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polishmike 
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Hey all,

Like the title says, im installing a V91XV with dual stage and audio sensors on a 1999 Dodge Dakota R/T 5.9. Im new to alarms but ive done plenty of stereos and whatnot.

Anyway, i have some basic questions, that ive searched for and have a pretty good idea about but would like them clarified.

 

H1/3 - Not used in my case, correct?

H2/1 - Factory disarm - This goes to relay, then goes to the disarm but H2/2 goes to the same wire? Can someone clarify that for me?

Door Lock Harness - From what i read i have to "five wire" my door locks. Can someone clarify that please? Do i set up two relays like it shows on the diagrams on this site?

Heavy Guage inline- I cut the starter wire and the green goes to the key side and purple to the starter side, correct?

3,6, 8 - Are these constant 12v or switched?

 

I think thats it for now, thanks guys.

polishmike 
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Hey, im installing a 971vx on my 99 dakota r/t 5.9
I have everything setup and it looks like it works except the door locks. from what i have read i need to "5 wire" the locks. I wired it according to this diagram -
V91XV in 1999 Dakota, Fuse Blowing  -- posted image.
Now whenever i plug the 12v line into a 12v source i automatically blow the fuse. What could i be doing wrong here?
Thanks guys
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u only have to five wire the unlock...........wire 85 (positive unlock wire from brain) 86 (ground) 87 (12volt constant) 87a (pink/purple wire into car) 30 (pink/purple to unlock motor) that is right u have to cut the wire......try the switch first before unlocking.....the lock wire is postive signal....no 5wire
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polishmike 
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Posted: October 04, 2005 at 11:48 PM / IP Logged  
same thing. Wired it that way and the fuse pops as soon as i plug 87 in.
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r u sure u have the right wire?  how did u test the wire.....
Where theres is a wire there's a way.
polishmike 
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I have the door panel off. Going to the lock motor are 5 wires (maybe 4, dont remember) 1 is pink/black, one is ORANGE / black the rest are black. I probed the pink/purple one with my multimeter and hit the unlock, jumped to 12. Hit lock it goes to like .6. Im pretty sure thats right. I then cut that in half. I hooked up the swith and motor side how you described. When i go to hook up the 12v the fuse instantly blows (without trying to lock or unlock). Any ideas?
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pink/purple not pink black.
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try.....getting the pink/purple in the driver kick panel......also do u have factory keyless entry......let me know.....if u dont....then a 5wire is not needed.

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I do have original keyless entry. Ill try to get the other wire tomorrow, dont see how that would help though. I need to buy some more fuses... lol
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let me know how it goes......i have a few more thngs u can try also

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