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04 ram keyless entry, power window/lock


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jr32312 
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Im installing keyless entry, power windows and door locks into an 04 RAM 1500 2 door. I wanted to verify my wiring and also make the cab and bed lights go on when unlocking the doors and go off when locking the doors and/or when starting the truck.
I am also trying to use one of the KE accessory buttons open the windows and the other close them.
Last, I need to auto lock the doors about 20 seconds after putting the vehicle into drive and auto unlock when putting it into park!
This would be similar to OEM of trucks that have factory PW/PL KE installed.
Anyone have the wiring diagram for this one?
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This is what I have:

U can use OMEGA DATABUS  DB-CHDL-3-PK or DB-PKU-CH

Constant 12 voltsRED (USE LARGER)IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 12 voltsPINK/WHITEIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
StarterYELLOWIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Dome LightYELLOW /GREEN (+)AT DOME LIGHT
Trunk Pin Switch
Parking LampWHITE/ GREYDRIVER KICK PANEL *
Power LockVIOLET/GREENDRIVER KICK PANEL **
Power UnlockSINGLE WIRE SYSTEMDRIVER KICK PANEL **
* Has Also Been Reported As BROWN (+) At Parking Light Switch ** VIOLET/GREEN Wire Must See Ground Through 887 Ohm Resistor For Lock And Ground Through 280 Ohm Resistor For Unlock. 
Single Wire Resistor Door Lock Circuit

Accessories
Window Up
Window Down
Ign Key WarnBLUE (-)IGNITION HARNESS
Trunk Release
OEM HornDK GREEN/ VIOLET (-)STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
Headlights
OEM Alarm ArmVIOLET / YELLOW (-)THROUGH 480 OHM RESISTOR DRIVER KICK
OEM Alarm DisarmSINGLE WIRE SYSTEMTHROUGH 2K OMH RESISTOR PANEL *

* Double Pulse On Disarm Will Unlock Doors, Arm Will Lock Doors

Remote Start
Tach Signal
Ignition #2PINK/GREENECM
Ignition #3PINK / YELLOWTRANS/CHECK ENGIN LIGHT(SMALL ONE)
AccessoryPINK / YELLOWRADIO (LARGER ONE)
Neutral SafetyBLACK/ WHITE (-)IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Brake LightWHITE/ TAN (+)AT SWITCH ABOVE PEDAL
Reverse LightVIOLET/BLACK (+)DRIVER KICK PANEL
Rear Window Defrost

* Ignition #4 BLUE (+) Blower Motor (Large Wire) Information Courtesy Of Installer!! Any Additional Information Appreciated!!

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jr32312 
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I got it installed, I still can't get the windows/horn and dome supervisor working. I was going to use the drivers door trigger (purple) wire for dome supervision, and tie in directly to the window up/down switch for remote windows. The horn is negative trigger so I wired my relay as follows:
truck dk GREEN/ violet= 30H
KE brown white= 86S
ground= 85M
unswitched 12V+ =87B
It did not work. What am I missing above?
Thanks for the input.
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Good thing it didn't work:
Pin 87 = Ground
Pin 30 = Dark GREEN/ Violet
Pin 85 = KE output -
Pin 86 = 12 volt + constant
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jr32312 
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Posted: October 06, 2004 at 6:20 AM / IP Logged  
So when I probe the Dk GREEN/ Violet wire with my grounded test light, the horn should come on and it doesn't. Maybe this is the wrong wire?
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The horn may come on......Depends on your test light.  Some horns take more than 5ooMA to honk, that is why U use a relay to supply a better or stronger ground.
Definitly check your wire first, before hooking up.  Best to use a meter and probe wire & honk horn.
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The horn will be intermittent . The BCM controls the horn and it absorbs the pulse from the KE unit. ZGot the relay under the hood if you want it to be consistent.
Joe O'Byrne
Owner / Installer
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Posted: October 09, 2004 at 6:49 AM / IP Logged  
Thank you. Got everything except the dome supervisor and "window down" mode working, but its good enough!

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