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93 Isuzu Rodeo Ignition Wires


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Caseezay 
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Posted: February 04, 2005 at 6:43 PM / IP Logged  
Im getting ready to install an Ultra Start 4500 this weekend, and have a few questions I need cleared up first...
Where are all the options of hooking up the tach wire.. Ive read that you can put it into a fuel injector, but where else?
Also, when I look at the ignition, there are 2 green and white striped wires, going to a small orange / YELLOW box right by where you actually insert the key... Is this part of the locking mech.??
Finally, on the backside of the ignition there are the following wires- Some are labled, some arent...
PLEASE FILL IN THE QUESTIONS MARKS
Solid Blue - Acc - ????Accesory Wire????
Black W/ Red Stripe - R - ????
Solid Black - no label - ?????
Black W/ Yellow Stripe - no label - ?????
Black W/ White Stripe - ST - ?????
I need to connect wires to the Starter Wire, Accessory Wire, and the Primary Ignition
thepencil 
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Posted: February 04, 2005 at 10:34 PM / IP Logged  
Use a digital multimeter to test your wire if you are not sure.
1993 Isuzu Rodeo
|       ITEM      |     WIRE COLOR     |POL|       WIRE LOCATION        |
|              12V|black               |+ |ignition harness            |
|          STARTER|wht/blu or blk/wht |+ |ignition harness            |
|   SECOND STARTER|blk/red or green    |+ |ignition harness            |
|        IGNITION|BLACK / YELLOW        |+ |ignition harness            |
|        ACCESSORY|blue               |+ |ignition harness            |
|       POWER LOCK|add actuator        |   |in drivers door             |
|     POWER UNLOCK|                    |   |                            |
| PARKING LIGHTS +|GREEN/ red           |   |by left front speaker       |
|       HEADLIGHTS|RED / blue            |- |at light switch             |
|     DOOR TRIGGER|RED / green           |- |2 pin plug by LF spkr.      |
| TRUNK/HATCH PIN|lt. green           |- |drivers kick or *2          |
|TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|RED / blue            |+ |at switch                   |
|       TACHOMETER|blue, BLACK/ red     |   |at coil, coil pack          |
|       BRAKE WIRE|red                 |+ |brake pedal switch          |
|     HORN TRIGGER|GREEN/ red *3        |- |steering column             |
|           WIPERS|blue               |+ |at switch                   |
| LF WINDOW UP/DN|RED / yel - grn/yel   |A |drivers door switch        |
| RF WINDOW UP/DN|blu/wht - blu/blk *1|A |drivers door switch        |
| LR WINDOW UP/DN|RED / blu - grn/blu *1|A |drivers door switch        |
| RR WINDOW UP/DN|RED / blk - grn/blk *1|A |drivers door switch        |
Notes:
*1 The window wires change color in the drivers kick. The R.F. window is grn/red for up and RED / yel for down. The L.R. window is grn/orn for up and RED / blk for down. The R.R. window is grn/blu for up and red for down.      *2 behind left rear side panel at the rear wiper diode.    *3 High-current ground. Use a relay when interfacing with this circuit.
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.93 Isuzu Rodeo Ignition Wires -- posted image.
Caseezay 
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Posted: February 04, 2005 at 10:54 PM / IP Logged  
alright thanks alot....
So what exactly is a "SECOND STARTER"
thepencil 
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Posted: February 04, 2005 at 11:00 PM / IP Logged  
SECOND STARTER       
Also known as the cold start wire. As with the starter wire, it changes state only when the key switch is held in the start position, but is not connected to the starter motor. Interrupting this wire will not prevent the starter motor from spinning. This wire needs to be activated only when adding a remote start, and must be activated only while the vehicle is starting.
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.93 Isuzu Rodeo Ignition Wires -- posted image.
Caseezay 
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Posted: February 05, 2005 at 5:21 PM / IP Logged  
alright, well when I unplug the harness about a foot behind the ignition, its a six pin connector... On the side closest to the steeringwheel/ignition there are 5 wires going in... and on the other connector there are 4 wires coming out, the wire that is not there/missing is this "second starter" one.. Should I still splice the alarm into it??
On my alarm brain it has a jumper, and you select from a secon acc. second starter, or something else....
Can anybody help clear this up for me...
Caseezay 
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Posted: February 05, 2005 at 7:57 PM / IP Logged  
What are my other options for the tach source? I tried the BLACK/ red wire at the coils, but it doesnt see, to be reading it....
Caseezay 
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Posted: February 06, 2005 at 3:15 PM / IP Logged  
Alright, I got it all hooked up...
the BLACK/ red wire coming of the coils is actually just a ground....
I ended up taking out my cluster, and finding which wire went to the tach, and that did the trick....
Thanks ALOT ThePencil 93 Isuzu Rodeo Ignition Wires -- posted image.
thepencil 
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Good job, glad that we can help you out.
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.93 Isuzu Rodeo Ignition Wires -- posted image.

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