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2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial


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Posted: April 02, 2014 at 9:28 PM / IP Logged  
2004 Ford F-150 Supercab. Viper 4706 Remote Start install using a DEI 1100f for the bypass. Factory Keyless entry, no alarm.
Even though the factory keyless FOB would turn on the dome lights on unlock, the Viper unlock would not, so the (-) 200mA Dome Light Output was needed.
A rather easy install. The 1100F programmed on first try.
Wiring guides were very accurate on this vehicle.
Lower dash panel. Two bolts on bottom, two clips on top.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Metal Bracket behind Lower Dash Panel. Four Bolts
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Side dash panel. Held on with plastic clips.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Lots of room to work.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Parking Light connection behind light switch. Pops out. Three Clips.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
PATS Wires and Horn wire.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
12 Volts, Ignition, Starter, Accessory wires.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Lock and Unlock wires in Drivers Door Sill.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Dome Light Wire in wire bundle in Drivers Kick Panel. Relay Used.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Antenna Wire behind Door Seal at "A" Pillar.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Brake Wire connection.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Easy Access Grommet in Engine Bay next to Brake Booster.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Tach Wire Connection at Injector.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
Viper 4706, New Style Control Center (antenna) and Hood Tilt Switch.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.
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Very nice!  2004 Ford F-150, Viper 4706 Pictorial -- posted image.  Excellent pictures.  Can't beat those 1100F bypass modules - reliable, easy to program and great price.  How is the range on the Viper 4706 remotes?
Soldering is fun!
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Nice, this is one of my favorite vehicles I've installed in. Everything is easily accessible.
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Posted: April 05, 2014 at 6:47 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the nice comments guys.
The range on these remotes seem to be equal to the 5704 type of equipment.
From a half mile away, through a heavy wooded area, with the truck parked in a garage, I can reach the truck after a few attempts.
Had better response in the far corner of the local Wally mart,(dairy section), with the truck parked in the center aisle, far end of lot.
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What gauge wire did you use with diodes to isolate the door trigger wires?
Why did you use a relay with the dome light wire (instead of just tapping the wire from the remote start system to the factory wire)?
Where did you connect your system to get 12v 30amp constant power? I thought I read somewhere that Ford's wiring was for 20amp. Or didn't your Viper system need 30amps?
I'm going to install an Excalibur alarm and remote start system in my 2004 Fx4 super cab.
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I didn't use diodes as I installed a remote start, not an alarm.
I used the 12 constant at the ignition harness. No problems.
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Why is a relay needed for the dome light wire?
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Dome light relay...to convert the (-) signal from the Viper to a (+) signal to the dome light.
http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/vehiclewiringdiagrams.aspx
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