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2003 Chevrolet S-10 Remote Start Wiring


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cuttdawg85 
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Posted: December 27, 2003 at 5:16 AM / IP Logged  
i was wondering if any one had a wiring diagram for this truck for a remote start install. and is there any extra stuff i need for the install into the truck . do they have something in the key like a vats system where u ned a diode??? thanks for the help in advance
boomer_106 
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This vehicle has passlock II. There are many bypass modules for it. You can search here and find many recommendations. To me the easiest looks like a product called PLDATA. A search at google will find that for you. Cost is somewhere between $25-40. It can be done with two relays and some resistors but, you have to cut wiring. The PLDATA keeps you from doing that. Here are your wire colors. Good luck cuttdawg

Chevrolet

S-10 Pickup

1996-2003

Remote Starter Wiring Colors and Notes

Function

Vehicle Color

Location

Start:

YELLOW***

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS **

Ignition #1:

PINK

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Ignition #2:

PINK/WHITE OR WHITE

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS (ECM)

Ignition #3:

N/A

Accessory:

ORANGE

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS (HEAT/AC)

Brake Light:

WHITE (+)

AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL

Tach Signal:

WHITE

AT POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE *

Parking Lights:

BROWN (+)

AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH

Headlights:

YELLOW (+)

AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH

OEM Alarm Disarm:

N/A

IN SCHEMATICS

OEM Alarm Arm:

N/A

NO OEM ALARM PRESENT

Diesel Glow Plug:

Clutch Bypass Wire:

Notes:

* WHT/BLK At Distributor Ignition Module Can Also Be Used For Tach. Ignition Coil And Distributor Module Both Located On Passenger Side Of Engine. ** 1998+ Vehicle is equipped with PASSLOCK II Anti-theft system. See Note # 113 - Bypassing PASSLOCK II Theft Deterrent System Diagram. *** This Wire Powers the PCM in the Vehicle and Must Be Active in Both " Start" and "Run".


Chevrolet

S-10 Pickup

1996-2003

Alarm and Keyless Entry Wiring Colors and Notes

Function

Vehicle Color

Location

Constant +12 Volts:

RED (2)

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Starter Kill:

YELLOW***

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS **

Ignition +12 Volts:

PINK

IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS

Dome Lights/Superv:

BLACK (-)

AT PIN SWITCH OR COURTESY LIGHT

OEM Horn:

BLACK (-)

STEERING COLUMN HARNESS

Power Lock:

L BLUE

INSIDE OF LOOM IN DRIVERS DOOR OR

Power Unlock:

WHITE

AT KEYLESS ENTRY MOD. UNDER DASH ***

Trunk Release:

N/A

Alarm Input Wire:

BLACK (-)

AT PIN SWITCH OR COURTESY LIGHT

Notes:

*** See Note #202 - Positive Pulse Door Lock Diagram.

cuttdawg85 
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thankis alot for all your help, one question? it says for the starter wire that it must be active in both start and run postion, if this wire is supplying is the starter wire how do u keep it energized in the run postion but not have the starter engauging???? thanks for the help!!!!!
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Posted: January 13, 2004 at 1:56 PM / IP Logged  

The ignition wire must have power in run and start, not the starter wire.  If the starter wire had power in the run position, then the starter would not disengage once the motor was started.

cuttdawg85 
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what would be the easiest way to make sure this has power when in the start postion???
boomer_106 
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Thats a good question. Perhaps they did mean ignition although the asterisks seem to be by the starter wire. Maybe its a typo.   Here is another diagram. If your completely unsure you may wanna call Chevy or the remote start manufacturer. 

CHEVY S-10 pu 2000- 03
WIRE COLORSLOCATION
12 VOLTS CONSTANTREDIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
IGNITION 1PINKIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
IGNITION 2WHITEIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWERORANGEIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
STARTERYELLOWIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
PARKING LIGHTSBROWN  ( + )LT. BLUE PLUG @ BCM  *1
DOMELIGHT ( - )PURPLE PLUG @ BCM  *2
PWR DOOR LOCKLT. BLUE ( + )BROWN PLUG @ BCM
PWR DOOR UNLOCKWHITE ( + )POSITIVE  TRIGGER (TYPE A)
TRUNK RELEASEN/A 
TACH SENSORWHITE  (AC)@ PCM  *3
BRAKEWHITE (+)@ BRAKE SWITCH
HORNBLACK ( - )@ STEERING COLUMN  *4
    FACTORY DISARMLT. GREEN ( - )PURPLE PLUG @ BCM 
    FACTORY ANTI-THEFTTYPEPASSLOCK II

 

NOTES:

*1 - This wire will not test when using the headlight switch. This wire is triggered by the DRL system. To meter the wire, start the car with the parking brake set, when the brake is released this wire will go to ground.  The BCM (Body Control Module) is located to the right of the accelerator pedal below the radio. The plugs on the BCM face towards the driver side.

*2 - Use TAN for the driver door located in pin B4, use ORANGE wire for the passenger door located in pin B2. Use both wires and Diode isolate.

*3 - The PCM (Power Control Module) is located on the passenger fender. On the 2.2L the wire is in a Black 80 pin plug pin 10 and on the 4.3L the wire is in a RED 32 pin plug pin 20.

*4 - Also found in the BROWN plug at the BCM on vehicles with a factory alarm.

cuttdawg85 
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hey thanks a lot for all your help. is there a software that has all the vehicle wiring info??? i know of dei techsoft but u have to be a dealer
oolowrideoo 
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I just installed a remote start/alarm on my '03 S-10, and I'm doing another one this weekend. I used the diagram that boomer posted, and had no problem... everything worked first try. I would higly recomend the PLDATA bypass module. It may be a little more expensive than others, but it is more reliable, and much easier to install. You can get the PLDATA $25 shipped from M & S Enterprises.

http://sitemanager.theinternetsolution.com/hometronicz/

If you need any help, drop me an e-mail.

ryan.noble@adelphia.net

As far as DEI techsoft, I found a login an password on here at one point in time, you may try saerching for it.

good luck!

oolowrideoo 
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Lethalt4 
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I have installed a remote start on a 2001 S-10 and i do have a problem with it. when connecting the Tach wire the truck ends up with a Service engine soon  light on, and the acceleration is beyond slow. I know for a fact that i have the right wires, i verified it in the service manual. but if i cut the tach wire everything runs normal and the service engine soon light  clears after starting the vehilce 3 times or so. Does anyone else have this problem? oh one other thing, when the remote start is activated, i noticed that the tachometer needle doesnt move same with the gas needle and temp. voltage and oil pressure work as normal. maybe i'm just retarted, but i went over all the connections again and double checked them with my service manual.

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