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Request: 2002 Chevy Trailblazer Lt


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JesusTTU 
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Posted: July†26, 2002 at 6:03 PM / IP Logged  
I was wondering if anyone has the alarm wiring for this car....thanks a lot
dan768 
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Ah s**t you are gonna have fun on this,

Year(s): 2002

Make(s): Chevrolet

Model(s): Trailblazer

 

12 Volt (+)

12ga. Red at ignition harness

Ignition 1

12ga. Pink at same

Ignition 2

Ignition 3

Accessory 1

Accessory 2

Starter

12ga. Yellow at same

Horn

18ga. Black (-) at same

Tachometer

Lights (+)

Lights (-)

18ga. Gray/Black at light switch in Tan connector

Brake Lights

Door 1

18ga. Gray/Black (-) inside of driverís door at switches

Door 2

18ga. BLACK/ White (-) inside of front passengerís door at switches

Door 3

18ga. Lt. Blue/Black (-) at driverís side rear door sill (rear left door only)

Door 4

18ga. Lt. GREEN/ Black (-) under left rear seat entering back of fuse box (rear right door only) if too difficult can also be found in right rear door sill

Interior Lights

18ga. Blue/White (-) at light switch

Trunk/Hatch

Inside of rear hatch only (two wires: 18ga. Violet (-) for glass, 18ga. Pink/Black (-) for lift gate)

Hood Pin

Trunk Release

Lock (switch)

There are two existing relays in the fuse box under the left rear seat which will operate the rear doors only when (-) is pulsed at terminal 85 of each

Unlock (switch)

The remaining front doors and hatch can only be done as reverse polarity resting negative inside of each respective door.

Driver Unlock

Arm (key)

Disarm (key)

18ga. Lt. Green (-) inside of driverís door at switches

Arm Input

18ga. Gray (M) at left rear door sill

Disarm Input 1

18ga. Tan (M) inside of driverís door at switches

Disarm Input 2

18ga. Tan (M) at left rear door sill

dan
Remember (there are no hard cars,some just take longer to install on then others)
JesusTTU 
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i forgot to ask for the remote start wiring also......it would be greatly apprecited.......i think this car will be a pain....but do one.....you can do almost all...
Velocity Motors 
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Posted: July†29, 2002 at 8:14 AM / IP Logged  
The remote starter information is all there from Dan..... look at the top of the sheet.Request: 2002 Chevy Trailblazer Lt -- posted image.
Jeff
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Morden, Manitoba CANADA
JesusTTU 
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Alright  Guys i need some help on this.....im getting ready to do this alarm....i was wondering how many relays i am going to need to get....its for my sisters car and of course she wants all the options......she wants: Drivers door priority.......glass pop(if possible) and tailgate pop if it could be done seperately and how....i heard that the front doors are like 3 wire actuators and the rear are 5 wire......why is that.......so if you could help me out.....

Thanks

JesusTTU 
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My Sister wants all the options on this bad boy.....like priority drivers door....tailgate and glass pop seperately of possible......i was wondering how to do the tailgate problem and how many realys i am going to need for the whole project....i heard the actuators in front were 3 wire and the back were 5 wire

I think i have the door locks figured out but the only problem is the tailgate...Any help would be appreciated

Thanks

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Posted: August†05, 2002 at 6:50 AM / IP Logged  

Hey JesusTTU;

You have to Go Inside Of Driver's, Front Passenger And Rear Hatch To Wire Three Separate 5-Wire Reverse Polarity Systems To The Lock Motors In Each Door. The Wires Are GRAY For Lock And TAN For Unlock. This Will Unlock/Lock The Two Front Doors And The Rear Hatch. The Middle Doors, Must Be Wired As A Negative Trigger System Using LT. BLUE For Lock And WHITE For Unlock. The Wires Are Located Under The Rear Seat On The Driver's Side.

https://www.the12volt.com/doorlocks/page3.asp#5w

Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
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Morden, Manitoba CANADA
JesusTTU 
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Thanks Velocity.....but could someone help me figure out the glass and tailgate pop idea.....she wants to be able to do each seperately if that is possible......but if its not then its ok too..

Thanks

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Posted: August†05, 2002 at 6:15 PM / IP Logged  

How many AUX channels do you have to play with ? The glass pop and the tailgate release will need one relay each, but you need two separate AUX channels to accomplish this.

Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
Mobile Audio/Video Specialist
Morden, Manitoba CANADA
JesusTTU 
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Posted: August†05, 2002 at 11:05 PM / IP Logged  
Alright last question...What is the best Alarm/remote start/extra AUX to get for this job......kinda on a budget so not too expensive...thanks
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