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Remote Start for 2002 Jaguar S-Type


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nei00755 
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Posted: April 16, 2004 at 9:24 AM / IP Logged  

I am looking for the wiring diagrams on a 2002 Jaguar S-Type.  I have heard horror stories about this damn thing already, but I am going to attempt it anyways.  If anyone knows the wiring diagrams for it that would be great, I would need just remote start and door lock diagrams.  Does it need a Passkey of some sort, I can't find any info on this damn car anywhere.  All I know is that I need to start buying relays from what I have heard.  Any info is greatly appreciaited, thanks

Jeff

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Posted: April 16, 2004 at 9:33 AM / IP Logged  
12volts BROWN / red   +   ignition harness
Starter WHITE/ black   +   ignition harness     
Ignition WHITE/ green   +   ignition harness     
Accessory white   +   ignition harness     
Keysense WHITE/ blue (required)   +   ignition harness     
Power Lock BLACK/ green   -   driver door control module in door    
Power Unlock BLACK/ white   -   driver door control module in door    
Lock Motor yellow/black   5wi driver door control module in door     
Unlock Motor WHITE/ blue   5wi driver door control module in door     
Parking Lights+ use negative wire only           
Parking Lights- blue   -   headlight switch    
Hazards blue / YELLOW   -   hazard switch     
Turn Signal(L) use hazards wire           
Turn Signal(R) use hazards wire           
Reverse Light BLACK/ green   -   pin 9, 17 pin plug at RECM    
Door Trigger     -       
Dome Supervision orange   -   pin 12, 20 pin plug at GECM    
Trunk/Hatch Pin WHITE/ black   -   pin 14, 22 pin plug at RECM    
Hood Pin white   -   pin 3, 12 pin plug at GECM    
Trunk/Hatch Release WHITE/ green   -   pin 4, 26 pin plug at GECM    
Factory Alarm Arm arms with lock           
Factory Alarm Disarm disarms with unlock           
Tachometer NOT BROWN / red   ac   any fuel injector     
Brake Wire GREEN/ orange   +   brake pedal switch
Horn Trigger BROWN / red   -   pin 8, 12 pin plug at GECM    
Memory Seat 1 yellow/red   -   driver door control module in door     
Memory Seat 2 yellow/blue   -   driver door control module in door     
     
*1 JAGUAR, S-TYPE, 2002, Door Trigger. The front door trigger wires are at the GECM. The driver door is BLACK/ white, pin 8, in the 20 pin plug, and the passenger door is BLACK/ green, pin 15, in the 26 pin plug. The rear door trigger wires are at the RECM. The left rear is BLACK/ orange, pin 16, in the 26 pin plug, and the right rear is BLACK/ green, pin 17, in the 20 pin plug. Use all four wires and diode isolate each.
The GECM (General Electronic Control Module) is in the driver kick panel.
The RECM (Rear Electronic Control Module) is in the passenger side of the trunk.
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*2 JAGUAR, S-TYPE, 2002, Parking Lights-
Parking lights are negative trigger thru a 236 ohm resistor. MUST use relay.
*3 Jaguar, S-type, 2002
Immobilizer Required: Yes Part#: 555U Type: Transponder
Or any key in the box type defeats.
*4 Jaguar, S-type, 2002. Be afraid, be very afraid.
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nei00755 
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Posted: April 16, 2004 at 10:01 AM / IP Logged  

Thanks very much, I was under the impression that the Jag's had negative wiring and I needed to convert with relays, maybe the older ones did, I don't know.  Any other tips on setting this up would be great.  I have tons of info now, thanks to Auex.  It doesn't sound like it will be that big of a pain to do now.

nei00755 
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Which type of door locks are they??  (-)A??  Also the Keysense I assume is what goes to the 555?
nei00755 
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Posted: April 21, 2004 at 11:22 AM / IP Logged  

Can anyone tell me a little more where some of these wires are located.  It's not that I haven't done these installs before, just never on a Jag.  I am looking for heavy gauge ignition wires and I cannot find anything anywhere.  I try following the wires coming off of the ignition but they get all weaved in with a bunch of other wires.  The car is completey gutted right now.  It got hit on the drivers side and needs to be repaired, but I had to take out all the carpet, dash, seats, and plastic anywhere, it looks like it just came from a chop shop.  All I see where the dash used to be is wires EVERYWHERE.  If you could point me in the right direction a little more I would greatly appreciate it.  Thanks much. 

Jeff

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The new have to have that strip replaced on the side. The side panels..you may want to call the customer and let them know that. After you get that up you can pull up the carpet. I don't see why you would need the carpet up to do an alarm though.
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nei00755 
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Posted: April 23, 2004 at 9:30 AM / IP Logged  
There must have been a misunderstanding.  I was just stating that the car had been totalled out and all the carpet, seats, dash, etc. have been pulled out for the repair to happen, and I have access to all the wires and figured it would be really easy to just put the remote start in now considering its all gutted out.  So I still don't know where I can find the heavy gauge ignition wires at??
derek123 
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Posted: April 23, 2004 at 9:55 AM / IP Logged  
^ there are none, all the wires at the back of the ignition switch are rather small.

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