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98 F-150 alarm with remote start


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Tanelr 
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Hello, I have a 98 f-150 4x4.  I just bought a alarm for it.   Impulse CBA2.  Now im handy with fixin stuff and have installed a whole car audio system includeing DVD, Visor monitors and subs.....the works.  But I havent got the foggyest idea how to do a car alarm with remote start.  Is there a good walk thru site, or could u guys help me.  Hate to tear it all apart just to not know what the heck to do =).
draasch 
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Make:   Ford
Model: Pickup - Fullsize
Year:    1998
This Database Was Last Updated On:    6/9/03
Index #: 6825
Alarm
Constant 12 volts L GRN/PPL (2), YELLOW (2) & ORANGE / YELLOW IGN. SW. HARNESS
Ignition 12 volts D BLUE/L GREEN IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Starter RED / L BLUE IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Dome Light BLACK/ L BLUE (+) PASSENGER KICK PANEL
Trunk Pin Switch N/A
Parking Lamp BROWN (+) AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH *
Power Lock PINK / YELLOW PASSENGER KICK #203
Power Unlock PINK/L GREEN PANEL ** #201
* BROWN (+) Wire Is Also Located In The Driver Kick Panel. ** Without OEM Keyless Entry See Note #203, With OEM Keyless Entry See Note #201. #203- See Reversal Rest At Ground Door Lock Diagram. #201- See Negative Pulse Door Lock Diagram.
Remote Start
Tach Signal WHITE/ PINK AT POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE *
Ignition #2 RED / L BLUE IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS ** #235
Ignition #3 GRAY / YELLOW IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS **
Accessory BLACK/ L GREEN IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Neutral Safety NOT GROUNDING TYPE - OEM SWITCH OPENS STARTER CIRCUIT
Brake Light L GREEN (+) AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Reverse Light BLACK/ PINK (+) AT SWITCH ON TRANSMISSION
Rear Window Defrost N/A
* Powertrain Control Module Is Located On Passenger Side Of Engine Compartment On Passenger Fenderwell. ** See TECH NOTES For Additional Information On Ignition Switch Layout. #235 - See Powering Extra Ignitions Diagram
Good Luck
David
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813-376-9778
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draasch 
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forgot this info:
Ignition Switch Layout: Ignition #1 - D BLUE/L GREEN..........Powers Ignition Coil (Primary Ignition) Ignition #2 - GRAY / YELLOW.............Powers Blower Motor. Ignition #3 - L BLUE/PINK.............Powers Rear ABS Module. Ignition #4 - RED / L BLUE..............Powers Heat/Ac Controls. * Accessory - BLACK/ L GREEN.............Powers Radio & Windshield Wipers. * RED / L BLUE Wire In Some Vehicles Is Found As RED / BLACK.
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David
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OffroaderF150 
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Posted: November 16, 2003 at 11:04 AM / IP Logged  
i also have a 98 F-150....only its a 4x2, but that doesnt matter anyways. i had trouble finding my tach wire at the pcm module. to easily access it, ya gotta take out the battery and also the battery tray...i got my tach wire behind the instrument cluster. i dont remember if it was the same color (WHITE/ pink), but i just put my dmm on it and the voltage went up and down w/ the rpms. but its a simple install because there is no bypass module needed. well for mine it didnt need it...if you have a normal sized key then you dont, but if the black part if the key is kinda fat, then you do. but most likely you dont. anyways, the door locks, depending on if you have factory keyless entry or not, could be two different types. if you do have keyless entry, then its just a negative pulse door lock and you dont need to do anything but tap into the wires. however if you do not have keyless, then its a 5 wire door lock system. you will need a relay pack for this and hopefully one comes with your alarm.

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