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2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial


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tedmond 
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This pictorial is for the 2011-2014 Ford F150 80Bit SA Key. This specific year was a brand new 2014. This guide is applicable on ALL FORD 80Bit:(besides Focus). Using a full featured bypass such as the Fortin Evo-All will minimize your wiring. All F150's have a factory alarm, which disarms by ignition and valid transponder.
Important Notice: If you are using a Compustar 7200 starter brain, you MUST make Programming change 3-06 Option 2 (factory alarm setting to ON) or the system will unlock/disarm 10 seconds after arming. Another option is to turn off Door Triggers on the Evo-All. This is only applicable when using D2D
Unit: Viper 5706V
Bypass: Fortin Evo-All
Firmware: V71.11
Bypass Guide
Basic Disassembly:
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Bench Prepping:
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Wire Location:
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Run wires under the carpet if connections at the BCM are required.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
The sill plates on the F150 are VERY fragile. Take extra caution while removing the panels.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Give the A-Pillar a good pull. The clip will release, giving you ample space to run the antenna wire. Make sure your wires are BEHIND the side curtain airbags.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
The side trim can be removed as well for more access.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Firewall Grommet:
I use a long sturdy zip tie to pull all my wires. Easy to use and cheap to replace.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Engine bay - Siren mounting:
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
This is what bench prepping can do for your overall installation outcome. Clean and clutter free.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Before packing it all up into the dash.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Mounting Brain: On the left side of the dash(above foot ebrake), there is a big pocket where the brain can rest. Zip it to existing harnesses.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
Wire Tucked and ready to reassembly.
2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.
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Thought i was the only one who taped over the fuses.
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bigcyphe wrote:
Thought i was the only one who taped over the fuses.
I have always done it as a precaution. Would hate for it to touch ground and take out the main fuse under the hood.
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Nice write-up, Ted!  2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.  I'm another one that covers the fuses with a wrap of tape.  Those little exposed test pins are hard to get to

with a DMM meter lead but darn easy to bump against chassis sheet metal during install.   2011-2014 Ford F-150 80 Bit SA Key Pictorial -- posted image.

Just a note on the Transponder plug RX wire at Pin 4.  While the color can vary, it's been Violet/Grey on the U.S. market 2014 F150's

I've done.  Go by pin location if in doubt. 

Soldering is fun!
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Thanks Kreg, You're right about pin 4 RX being violet/grey. Not sure why i listed it as violet/red, but I'll fix that pronto. Following pin location is always the best route.
*Edit*... Fixed
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