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Mike M2 
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Posted: December 31, 2005 at 10:49 AM / IP Logged  
DEI makes a mod that will bypass any GM out there without losing a key. Try either the 457G or 556L....
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seracis 
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how about a 2004-2005 Grand Prix?  According to Directechs.com it says 556U.
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Hehehe...ok, got me. Unfortunately that's probably the only car the 556l and the 457G won't work on.2002 jeep liberty remote start - Page 2 -- posted image.

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Ok this is what the remote start says about the locks and in the manual I can't find that it says it has built in relay module?heres what it says.

BLACK------NOT USED

GREEN--------------------------------LOCK SIDE OF SWITCH

PINK------------GROUND(-)

WHITE------NOT USED

BLUE-----------------------------------UNLOCK SIDE OF SWITCH

ORANGE-------GROUND(-)

SO ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT.

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Posted: January 07, 2006 at 3:07 AM / IP Logged  
where would I hook up my second accessory wire up too?My diagram shows,starter yellow,ignition wire dark blue,accessory wire black orange,second accessory black white.On my remote start I have ign 1,ign 2 and start?they consider ign1 on and ign 2 accessory so where does accessory 2 go?
shawzie 
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Has anybody ever installed this magicar 8200 system before?If you have are there any tips or problems you found to make my life easier,let me know.The only issues I'm having are with the locks and the accessory wires as to where the 2nd acessory wire goes on the remote start and if the locks need relays or not,I can't seem to get a straight answer.The other issue is if I can just hook up my positive parking light output to the positive side of my hazrd lights without a relay because I have a positive output on my remote start but my parking lights are a negative trigger.
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I have wiring diagrams for the remote system and my jeep,I will pay for somebody to show me the proper way to wire it.I really want to get this installed soon.My email is www.shawzie25@yahoo.com
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I am unable to find the proper resistors.I need a 910 ohm for my park lights and a 425 and 1400 ohm for my lock unlock switch.All I am able to find is a 820,470 and a 1500.will these work or do I have to have it exact?Thanks for any help on this.
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You can twist them together to make what you need.
Also the unit you are installing may have some resistance to offer. So you may need relays or just try them and see if they work.
shawzie 
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Posted: January 13, 2006 at 10:08 PM / IP Logged  
is it better to do it in series or paralell?
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