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tculbert 
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I am looking for a wiring diagram for my 97 chevy tahoe.  I am planning on installing an autopage remote start on it this weekend.

Does anyone out there have one?

Is this install easy?  Is there any tricks that I should know about.

Please help!!!

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TAHOE 1997 Printer Friendly Version
 
WIRE COLOR LOCATION
12 VOLTS CONSTANT RED (2) IGN HARNESS
IGNITION 1 PNK IGN HARNESS
IGNITION 2 WHT IGN HARNESS
IGNITION 3 N/A  
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1 ORG IGN HARNESS
ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2   
STARTER YEL IGN HARNESS
PARKING LIGHTS BRN (+) AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
DOMELIGHT PUR(-) 4 PIN BLK CONN DR KICK PANEL
PWR DOOR LOCK L BLU DRV KICK PANEL
PWR DOOR UNLOCK WHT DRV KICK PANEL TYPE A
TRUNK RELEASE   
TACH SENSOR WHT AT COIL ON PASS REAR OF ENG
BRAKE WHT (+) AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
HORN BLK(-) STEER COLM HARNESS
FACTORY DISARM N/A IN SCHEMATICS
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this truck has passlock 2 for a factory disable system best bet to get a module to bypass it.
gunner_for_hire 
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Does the 1997 yukon have passlock?  I know 1998 incorporated it, but I thought 1997 didn't.

--Jeff

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Turn the key on and if the orange security light stays on for a couple of seconds then you have passlock.
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gunner_for_hire 
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Does the "orange light" actually say security?

I only ask, because there is not a light that says security on my truck's instrument panel.

--Jeff

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If there is no security light then there is no Passlock.

tculbert 
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I installed one on my 97 tahoe last night.  The Passlock wasn't incorporated until 1998.

There is no Passlock on any 97 chevy trucks.

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When grabbing the wires for the remote start on a 1997 GMC Yukon 2 door....

Should I grab them while still on the column?  Or should I get them behind the large black connector that is within the dash?

For your reference, this connector is about 3x5 inches and is bolted to the cross-strut behind the plastic dash face.  There are about 20 wires leading into and out of it.  It appears to be a harness quick connect, as I see no relays incorporated into its housing. 

Also, I have read of the mysterious "pink/white" ignition 3 wire that may exist on some 1997s.  I don't see a pink/white.   There is a pink and a "RED / white".  I wanted to confirm that the RED / white was not the ignition 3...  Can someone help me out with this?

Thanks,'

--Jeff

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You should get the wires on the firewall side of the connector you are speaking of.  If you get it on the ignition switch side you risk putting additional strain on the wires which can cause wires to short out break at the switch because of the movement of the tilt.  If you tilt the wheel up and down you will see the wires move quite a bit.

If there is no pink/white it will be white.  Either way you have to power it up. The RED / white will be 12+

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