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06 VW Jetta Remote Start Wiring, Here It Is


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StealthEs 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 6:49 PM / IP Logged  
 I got the chance to work on one of these cars today. Search the forum for a wiring diagram with no lock. DEI wiring is about 98% wrong. So I did it the old fashion way with a meter and a lot of searching and testing. Here’s what I found.
 
 
12V – Red with white stripe (Under dash left of steering column)
 
Starter - Black with a red stripe (back of ignition cylinder in column)
 
Ignition - Black (back of ignition cylinder in column)
 
2ND - Ignition – Black with a white stripe (back of ignition cylinder in column)
 
Brake- Black with a red stripe (Under dash left of steering column)
Note: Ignition must be powered in order to test wire
 
Lock/Unlock- Green with a white stripe (driver door module in door) 
Note: One wire lock/unlock, meter wire while turning key in driver door key cylinder. Lock/arm is straight negative trigger unlock is negative trigger thru a 250 ohm resistor; must use relays.
Cris
fox55 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 6:55 PM / IP Logged  

Nice detective work but I just visited DEI's site and looked for wiring on an 06 Jetta and found none. Did you assume the wiring for an 05 would be the same as an 06 coming to the conclusion that the DEI site was 98% wrong? Just curious. :)

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StealthEs 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 6:59 PM / IP Logged  

Yes, I figured it would be the same,same body. Well in this case it is was 100% right. LOL 

Forgot to add, must set unit to double pluse unlock in order to unlock all doors.

Cris
soultinter 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 8:49 PM / IP Logged  
what just happened here?
StealthEs 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 9:05 PM / IP Logged  

There is no tech sheets for an 06 Jetta. In my saying directechs sheet was 98% wrong was not truthful since there is no tech sheet for 06's. So by them not giving any info on 06 would be 100% right since there no wrong info. I have also submitted my finding to DEI, get the ball rolling on getting a full tech sheet. To bad I was only doing a Viper 160 otherwise I would have went looking for all the other wires.

Cliffnotes: corny jokes.

Cris
StealthEs 
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Posted: November 14, 2006 at 9:10 PM / IP Logged  
Also to clear thing up I meant that sheet 2005 Jetta was 98% wrong( for a 2006 Jetta). I use directechs all the time. Its by far the best I've come across.
Cris
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Remote start / security / GPS
Wire/Function Colour Location/Description Polarity
PASSIVE ANTI-THEFTYESTRANSPONDER SEE NOTES
12 VOLTSRedAt fuse/junction block below dash +
IGNITIONYellowOn back of ignition switch +
Remove the plastic cover around the steering column and you will see a small black box mounted to column held by 1 torx screw. Remove this box to expose the ignition key wires, they are all 22 gauge.
ACCESSORYGreenOn back of ignition switch +
Remove the plastic cover around the steering column and you will see a small black box mounted to column held by 1 torx screw. Remove this box to expose the ignition key wires, they are all 22 gauge.
STARTERRedOn back of ignition switch +
Remove the plastic cover around the steering column and you will see a small black box mounted to column held by 1 torx screw. Remove this box to expose the ignition key wires, they are all 22 gauge.
KEY SENSEBlueOn back of ignition switch +
Remove the plastic cover around the steering column and you will see a small black box mounted to column held by 1 torx screw. Remove this box to expose the ignition key wires, they are all 22 gauge.
TACH SIGNALUse a fuel injector
DIESEL TACH SIGNALTan/greenSEE NOTES
Remove the cover over the battery and you will see 2 harnesses against the firewall. The wire is located in one of the 2 harnesses.
FUEL INJECTOROpposite from RED / blackAt any injector on engine AC
LOCKGREEN / WHITE or BROWN / greenAt module in driver's door -
One wire system uses straight ground to lock/arm and ground through a 240-ohm resistor to Unlock/Disarm (double pulse to unlock all doors).
UNLOCKGREEN / WHITE or BROWN / greenAt module in driver's door -
One wire system uses straight ground to lock/arm and ground through a 240-ohm resistor to Unlock/Disarm (double pulse to unlock all doors).
GLO-PLUG SIGNALDATA ONLYUse a 15 second start delay
DOORPINRED / yellowAt light under dash -
HOODPINBROWN / redAt pinswitch in engine compartment -
TRUNK RELEASEBlueAt switch in driver's door -
FACTORY ARMArms with lock wire
FACTORY DISARMDisarms with unlock wire
BRAKESWITCHBLACK/ redOn fusebox or in driver's kickpanel +
PARKLIGHTSSEE NOTES
Parklights require some special wiring, please see the provided diagram.
HAND BRAKEBROWN / yellowAt switch on parkbrake lever -
DRIVER WINDOW UPExtend lock pulse to roll-up windows
DRIVER WINDOW DOWNExtend unlock pulse to roll-down windows
PASSENGER WINDOW UPExtend lock pulse to roll-up windows
PASSENGER WINDOW DOWNExtend unlock pulse to roll-down windows
LEFT REAR WINDOW UPExtend lock pulse to roll-up windows
LEFT REAR WINDOW DOWNExtend unlock pulse to roll-down windows
RIGHT REAR WINDOW UPExtend lock pulse to roll-up windows
RIGHT REAR WINDOW DOWNExtend unlock pulse to roll-down windows
HEADLIGHTSWHITE/ blackAt light switch in dash +
danjerusmoke 
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Posted: December 23, 2006 at 4:44 PM / IP Logged  

just got done with a jetta gli 06 and the the tech soft i have the note :

12 volt - Red w/ Black strip (10 ga. wire ) upper drivers kick

STARTER- black wire ( 22 ga. wire ) at black box under car steering wheel

IGN - Red w/ black wire ( 22 ga. wire ) at black box under car steering wheel

PARKING LIGHTS - Gray w/ red strip and Gray w/ black strip (18 ga. wire ) drivers kick

BRAKE - Black w/ Green (18 ga. wire) Drivers Kick

CAN BUS - are in drivers kick twisted toghther orange w/green (high) or orange w/ green (low )

interface- CAN-SL2 from www.ifar.ca or http://www.installationproducts.com

interface - 555u ( chip in key box)

so there is the RIGHT info to Do the Job Correct....Have Fun !!!!

MaD HaTTeR
StealthEs 
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Posted: December 23, 2006 at 9:16 PM / IP Logged  
What the hell is the matter with some of you people. I posted my finding to try to help other out. All this post has seen is negativity.  My way worked fine so I guess that is the RIGHT way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cris
Ravendarat 
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Posted: December 24, 2006 at 9:58 AM / IP Logged  
I dont think they were bashing you man, it looks to me like they were just adding on to your findings, however the comment about this is the way to do it right is a little assine
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