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211hv in a 2005 nissan altima

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Posted: March 19, 2014 at 10:54 AM / IP Logged  
Hey guys, its been a while since I last worked on anything (almost 15 years) and my circuit city 12volt memory is not what it use to be :)
I have a 2005 Nissan Altima that I want to install a Viper 211HV keyless entry I found cleaning out some boxes.
My Nissan has the driver and passenger anti-pinch windows. If my memory serves me correct that matters as far as the doorlocks are concerned. I vaguely remember using the factory disarm on a short double pulse to lock the door and using the same wire for the factory disarm.
I believe I would also only be using the lock and unlock common wires on the 211HV.
Its been a long time, if anyone can assist and confirm or deny my suspicions I'd greatly appreciate it.
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Posted: March 24, 2014 at 12:35 PM / IP Logged  
There are differences as to where you can and can't grab lock/unlock wires in that 05 Altima. And as you said, it depends on whether or not you have just anti-pinch on the driver's door or on both doors. However instead of worrying about that, regardless of anti-pinch in you vehicle, you can get arm/lock and disarm/unlock at the BCM in 2 empty pins. I took this information from IDatalink's installation manual for that car...
Lock/Arm M18 White 40 pin 08 Empty(-)
Unlock/Disarm M18 White 40 pin 07 Empty (-)
Located at BCM left of steering column
You would provide negative pulses to empty slot at pin 08 to lock/arm and to pin 07 to unlock/disarm.
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