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2005 Chrysler 300 Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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dodgem1 
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       help need wiring for a 2005 300c chrysler
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12volts lt. blue/red (15A)  +  ignition harness
Starter pink/dk. green  +  ignition harness
Second Starter PURPLE / brown  -  ignition harness
Notes: The second starter wire is negative trigger thru an 180 ohm resistor. MUST use a relay. Refer to DirectFax document 1084 for wiring information.
Ignition pink/white  +  ignition harness
Second Ignition     
Third Ignition     
Accessory same as second starter wire  -  ignition harness
Notes: The accessory wire is negative trigger thru a 610 ohm resistor. MUST use a relay. Refer to DirectFax document 1084 for wiring information.
Second Accessory     
Keysense     
Power Lock PURPLE / dk. green  -  DKP or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 5
Notes: Lock is negative trigger thru a 330 ohm resistor. Unlock is negative trigger thru a 100 ohm resistor. MUST use relays.
Power Unlock same as power lock wire    
Lock Motor lt. green  5wi DKP or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 12
Unlock Motor tan/lt. green  5wi DKP or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 11
Parking Lights+ WHITE/ purple  +  pass. kick, brn 26 pin plug, pin 26
Parking Lights- WHITE/ brown  -  sw or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 3
Notes: Parking lights are negative trigger thru an 1,670 ohm resistor. There is a rest resistance on the wire, so must use a relay to isolate from the switch.
Hazards WHITE/ dk. blue  -  hazard switch
Turn Signal(L) use hazards wire    
Turn Signal(R) use hazards wire    
Reverse Light WHITE/ lt. green  +  pass. kick, brn 26 pin plug, pin 17
Door Trigger see notes  -  each kick or instrument cluster
Notes: The LF door is purple in the white plug, pin 3. The RF door is PURPLE / white in the white plug, pin 3. The LR door is PURPLE / gray in the gray 26 pin plug, pin 10. The RR door is purple / YELLOW in the gray 26 pin plug, pin 9. Use all four wires and diode isolate each.
Dome Supervision yellow/white  +  instrument cluster, wht plug, pin 12
Notes: Also found in the passenger side A pillar.
Trunk/Hatch Pin PURPLE / orange  -  PKP or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 23
Hood Pin PURPLE / lt. blue (export only)  -  pin switch under hood
Trunk/Hatch Release PURPLE / tan  -  sw or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 22
Power Sliding Door N/A    
Factory Alarm Arm arms on lock with door open    
Factory Alarm Disarm factory remote only    
Disarm No Unlock with ignition and Sentry Key    
Tachometer NOT BROWN / yellow  ac  any ignition coil or fuel injector
Wait to start N/A    
Brake Wire dk. GREEN / WHITE  +  brake pedal switch
Parking Brake gray/black  -  sw or cluster, gry 26P plug, pin 18
Horn Trigger dk. GREEN/ orange  +  horns under hood
Memory Seat 1 PURPLE / brown  -  memory switch in driver door
Notes: Memory seats are negative trigger thru resistors. The resistor values are not known at this time. Cut the wire and meter the values as you press the memory 1 and memory 2 buttons.
Memory Seat 2 same wire as memory seat 1  -  
Memory Seat 3 N/A  -  
2005 Chrysler 300 Alarm/Remote Start Wiring -- posted image.
Immobilizer Bypass Module:Required: YesType: Sentry KeyPart #: 556U or 555U
Notes: N/A
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If the car has automatic headlights for some reson it wont work with the remote start. let the customer know ahead of time.
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You could run your parking light wire right to a bulb to bypass any conflicts with the auto headlight system. You would also not need any resistors, just plain old 12+.

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