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'00 Chrysler T & C Remote Start Issue


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vulcan1701 
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Posted: January 14, 2004 at 5:21 PM / IP Logged  

I have been blessed with the job of installing Bulldog remote starters in three Chrysler Town and Country minivans (one 2000 and two 2003).  I began with my wife's 2000 (I will do the others after I finish this one).  I purchased the T-Harness to make the job easier, however, the installation has been a failure.  The unit turns on the ignition, but emits a loud buzzing from the box and doesnt start the vehicle.  I am led to believe that the van must have a security feature that I cant locate.  On the bulldog website, a dk grn/white wire is indicated for the security system but I have been unable to locate this wire physically or in the Hayne's wiring diagrams. 

Any help on this issue will be appreciated. 

bmf1000d 
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What do you need to know i have just completed one on a 03 T and C. As for the 2000 you can get the wire diagram off the 12 volt website here is the link:

https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/detail.asp?info=alarm&year=2000&make=Chrysler&model=Town%20and%20Country&ID=17561&type=Alarm

As for the 2003 i can tell you more as you need

"Big" Mike
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remember to check all your wires with a dmm not a test light!!
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vulcan1701 
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Posted: January 16, 2004 at 3:45 PM / IP Logged  

Well, I finally located the wire and now the unit functions, however this just allows the vehicle to start.  It doesnt bypass the vehicle alarm system which will go off even though the van will start with the bulldog. 

The temp solution right now is to use the factory remote to unlock the doors, use the remote start and then relock the doors.  Now my wife can stay out of the cold but with the minor inconvenience. 

Hopefully the install of the 2003 units will be easier.  I see that I will need a transponder bypass unit.  If I have any problems with that install, I will let you know.

bmf1000d 
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All you have to do is hook up the factory disarm wire to the WHITE/ Dr Green wire with a 665 ohm resistor and you have to unlock it with the keyless remote.
"Big" Mike
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Fremont, Ne
remember to check all your wires with a dmm not a test light!!
i take no responsibilty whatsoever for the vailidty of the info nor consequences thereof
t romero 
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Posted: January 20, 2004 at 3:46 PM / IP Logged  
Same problem....same car....same damned wire...(that little @#$#@ is very hard to get to).   Until I get the 665 olm resistor, I've been cheating the alarm by locking with the door-lock switch, and immediately before closing the door to pull up and push down the actual lock on the door (not the electric switch).  This will fool the alarm and will not arm the car.  Double check by watching the dash indicator.
Me
Nate_Dogg 
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You need a disarm (-)pulse to the disarm wire located
below the fuse panel on the 2000 T&C....if the bulldog
unit hase that feature.

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