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nei00755 
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Posted: October 17, 2004 at 12:58 PM / IP Logged  
I am installing a Viper 791XV into a 2000 Grand Am.  It is a 5 wire positive according to 12volts specs.  Do I have to buy additional relays or can the polarity be switched within the brain of the unit??  Also which passlock do I need to buy for this.  I know that I would like a keyless passlock if possible.  Thanks Jeff
Teken 
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The 2000 Grand AM is a one wire system. Using a relay the white wire found in the DKP, when a ground is pulsed it will lock the doors, with a ground through a 1500 ohm (1.5K) resistor you may also lock the doors.
You will need a Passlock II bypass. A 555L or 555T will do the job via a DEI product.
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nei00755 
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Posted: October 17, 2004 at 7:35 PM / IP Logged  

Teken wrote:
The 2000 Grand AM is a one wire system. Using a relay the white wire found in the DKP, when a ground is pulsed it will lock the doors, with a ground through a 1500 ohm (1.5K) resistor you may also lock the doors.
You will need a Passlock II bypass. A 555L or 555T will do the job via a DEI product.
Regards
EVIL Teken . ..

So are you saying I can use a relay AND a resistor or one or the other??  How would I go about hooking it up??  On the Grand am, is it about the same spots for all the wires as a grand prix.  I have done 4 grand prixs with remote start/alarm system combos and had no problem but I wonder how differnt it is in a grand am.  Any info is greatly appreciated to get this job done as fast and efficent as possible.  Thanks

Jeff

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Posted: October 17, 2004 at 8:22 PM / IP Logged  

This is what I have:

Resistor, single wire install
Relays R a good idea, but sometimes U can use your output wires from RS/Alarm module

Constant 12 voltsRED & RED / BLACKIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 12 voltsPINKIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
StarterYELLOWIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Dome LightWHITE (-) *AT COURTESY LIGHT
Trunk Pin SwitchORANGE / BLACK (-)AT SWITCH OR LIGHT IN TRUNK
Parking LampBROWN (+)AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
Power LockWHITEDRIVER KICK
Power UnlockSINGLE WIRE SYSTEMPANEL
* Optional Door Trigger Located At Body Control Module Under Passenger Dash. L GREEN/ BLACK (-) Covers Driver Door, L BLUE (-) Covers All Other Doors. Diode Isolation Needed, Cathode (Band) Side Of Diode Faces OEM Wires. Doorlocks Are Found As A Single Wire System. A Negative Pusle On The WHITE Wire In The Driver Kick Panel Will Lock The Doors. A Negative Pulse Thru A 1.5K Ohm Resistor On The Same WHITE Wire Will Unlock The Doors.

Accessories
Window UpD\ D BLUE P\ L BLUE D\ D GREEN P\ L GREEN @ MAIN SWITCH
Window DownF/ GRAY F/ BROWN R/ VIO/WHT R/ VIOLET
Ign Key WarnL GREEN (-)IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Trunk ReleaseL BLUE (-)AT BCM UNDER PASSENGER DASH
OEM HornBLACK (-)STEERING COLUMN HARNESS *
HeadlightsYELLOW (+)AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
OEM Alarm ArmL BLUE (-)AT BCM UNDER PASSENGER DASH
OEM Alarm DisarmGREEN/ BLACK (-)AT BCM UNDER PASSENGER DASH

* This Wire Is Also Found In A 16 Pin GRAY Connector Behind Passenger Dash. Reversal Rest At Ground Power Window Circuit

Negative Pusle Trunk Release

Remote Start
Tach SignalWHITETOP OF ENGINE ON DISTRUBITER
Ignition #2D GREENIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS *
Ignition #3ORANGEIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS (HEAT/AC)
AccessoryBROWNIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Neutral SafetyNOT GROUNDING TYPE -OEM SWITCH OPENS STARTER CIRCUIT
Brake LightL BLUE (+)AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Reverse LightL GREEN (+)AT SWITCH ON TRANSMISSION
Rear Window DefrostN/ATIMER BUILT INTO SWITCH

 G.M. Passlok II Diagram. * D GREEN Wire Is Powered In "Run" & "Start" Position. This Circuit Needs To Be Powered For Engine To Start.

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nei00755 
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Posted: October 18, 2004 at 10:57 AM / IP Logged  

Thanks very much.   I will be attempting this on friday of this week so hopefully it will be smooth.  If anyone has anymore tips on the Grand Am I would appreciate it.  Everyone that has been responding, thank you, it will definately help me out with the installation.

Jeff

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Posted: November 28, 2004 at 7:18 PM / IP Logged  
Would like to know how you made out......I have the same problem

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