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2004 Chevrolet Malibu Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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bounyb 
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Posted: September 28, 2004 at 10:33 PM / IP Logged  

Looking to put a remote start in 2004 Malibu.  Need wiring diagram and any modules that I might need to get it installed.

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sroth140 
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Posted: September 28, 2004 at 10:41 PM / IP Logged  
this car is great, no starter wire ;)
you can get a 456A to control a lot of the features. youll need a 556U also for the passkey 3 system.
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snguyen 
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Chevrolet Malibu Sedan 2004
 Remote start / Security / GPS
Wire/FunctionColourLocation/DescriptionPolarity
PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT YES TRANSPONDER+PASSLOCK SEE NOTES
12 VOLTS RED / white Ignition switch harness* +
IGNITION Pink Ignition switch harness +
ACCESSORY Brown Ignition switch harness +
STARTER SEE NOTES
TACH White** At coil pack on engine AC
FUEL INJECTOR Opposite from Pink At any injector on engine AC
LOCK White In driver's kickpanel*** -
DOORPIN SEE NOTES****
HOODPIN Pink/black On Blue plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
TRUNK PIN ORANGE / black On Blue plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
TRUNK RELEASE WHITE/ black On Blue plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
FACTORY ARM THROUGH OEM REMOTE ONLY
FACTORY DISARM Disarms on remote start
BRAKESWITCH White At switch above brake pedal +
PARKLIGHTS Brown On Red plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** +
HAND BRAKE Lt.blue On Blue plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
HORN Tan On Gray plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
HEADLIGHTS White On Gray plug at BCM/Fusepanel***** -
VSS WIRE Brown On Blue plug at PCM******
 Vehicle notes
PLEASE NOTE: This vehicle is equipped with GM's PASSKEY 3 Immobilizer as well as a special version of GM's PASSLOCK 2 anti-theft system. The start function is controlled through the accessory wire and no starter wire is needed. Please refer to the SECURITY diagram before installing any remote start products.
* It will be necessary to remove the radio from the dash to access the ignition switch. The switch can then be removed through the radio cavity.
** Violet on the V6 engine.
*** This is a single wire door lock system. A ground pulse will lock the doors, ground through a 1500-ohm resistor will unlock the doors. See the door lock diagram for exact wiring instructions.
**** Driver's door is GRAY/BLACK, passenger door is TAN/WHITE, rear left is LT.BLUE/BLACK, and rear right is LT.GREEN/ BLACK. All 4 wires are found in the Blue plug on the BCM/Fuse panel on the right side of the center console.
***** BCM/Fuse panel is located on the right side of the center console.
****** The PCM is located under the hood near the battery.

Note: The information on this sheet is provided to you on an as is basis with no representation or warranty of accuracy whatsoever. It is the sole responsibility of the installer to check and verify any circuit before connecting to it. Only a computer safe logic probe or digital multimeter should be used. Wiremagic.com Corporation and/or any associated or unassociated individual or corporation who furnishes this document and/or software assumes absolutely no liability or responsibility whatsoever pertaining to the accuracy or currency of the information supplied. The installation in each and every case is the sole responsibility of the installer performing the work and Wiremagic.com Corporation and/or any associated or unassociated individual or corporation assumes no liability or responsibility whatsoever resulting from any type of installation, whether performed properly, improperly, or in any other way. The information supplied is a guide only.


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bounyb 
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Posted: September 29, 2004 at 11:10 PM / IP Logged  

Thanks alot guys :).  Looks like i'm gonna have fun with this one.  One more question?  Where would be a could site to purchase these modules.


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