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Steven Kephart 
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Posted: November 11, 2006 at 3:48 PM / IP Logged  

Hey guys. 

I cannot find the wait to start wire in an 05 Ford Superduty.  Directechs doesn't specify wire color or location.  I metered all the wires going into the top of the instrument cluster (where the wait to start indicator is located), and couldn't find it.  We are trying to do this without doing a timer.  Any ideas? 

Thanks!

lsondubz 
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Program a timer or find the glow plug in the truck...
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my info shows it as data and says use timer delay

most newer DEI products all have an adjustable deisel timer delay feature now.....

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wouldnt it be nice if dei had a tech support line. try www.bulldogsecurity.com
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dudek38 wrote:
wouldnt it be nice if dei had a tech support line. try www.bulldogsecurity.com
They do. If you were an authorized dealer you would have the number.
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whats the smaller store who sells/install them supposed to do? i need to talk to someone.
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jus use a pulse timer thin blu/white to activate timer then timer output to wait to start wire on alarm  set timer about 15 to 20 secs05 Superduty wait to start - Last Post -- posted image. 
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mus use a timer05 Superduty wait to start - Last Post -- posted image.

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