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ekaz 
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Posted: December 07, 2006 at 2:01 PM / IP Logged  

I'm helping someone install a compustar 2w900fmr-as on their 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I haven't messed with many alarm/remote start systems so any advice would be greatly appreciated. Here's the equipment:

Vehicle: Jeep 2004 Grand Cherokee-Overland Edition

Alarm: Compustar 2W900FMR-AS

Doorlock/transponder JDL-PK from bypasskit.com

Question: What wires from the alarm do I need to connect to transponder/bypass? Also, he would like to keep the driver door priority unlock. Again, I've mostly done audio systems and not many alarms so any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

ekaz 
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Posted: December 08, 2006 at 10:57 AM / IP Logged  
anyone? 2004 Jeep, compustar, jdlpk -- posted image.
azn_fcuk 
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12 VOLT CONSTANT  PINK/BLACK (+) and RED (+)   IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 STARTER YELLOW (+)  IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 STARTER 2 N/A 
 IGNITION 1 DARK BLUE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 IGNITION 2 N/A IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 IGNITION 3 N/A  
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1 RED / BLACK (+)  IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2 BLACK/ ORANGE (+)  IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 KEYSENSE N/A  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) YELLOW (-) See NOTE *2  @ HEADLIGHT SWITCH, See DIAGRAM
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) DO NOT USE!  
 POWER LOCK ORANGE / VIOLET and PINK/BLACK (TYPE C) See NOTE *1  IN BOTH FRONT DOORS, See DIAGRAM
 POWER UNLOCK PINK/BLACK (TYPE C) See NOTE *1  IN BOTH FRONT DOORS, See DIAGRAM
 DOOR TRIGGER See NOTE *3  
 DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION YELLOW/DARK GREEN (-)  @ BCM, above DIAGNOSTIC PLUG
 TRUNK RELEASE N/A  
 SLIDING POWER DOOR N/A  
 HORN GRAY/ORANGE (-)  @ HORN SWITCH
 TACH See NOTE *4  
 WAIT TO START LIGHT N/A  
 BRAKE WHITE/ TAN (+) (1999-2003) WHITE/ TAN or PURPLE / BROWN (+) (2004)  @ SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
 FACTORY ALARM DISARM  LIGHT GREEN/ ORANGE (-) See NOTE *5  @ DRIVERS DOOR LOCK SWITCH in DRIVERS DOOR
 ANTI-THEFT CHRYSLER'S SENTRY KEY, A TRANSPONDER SYSTEM  TRANSPONDER @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER
 EXTRA INFORMATION
 NOTE *1 Use ORANGE / VIOLET for LOCK and PINK/BLACK for UNLOCK at the DRIVERS DOOR SWITCH. Use BLACK/ WHITE for LOCK and PINK/BLACK for UNLOCK at the passenger front door switch. This vehicle requires (2) of part # 778 one for each door See DIAGRAM. NOTE *2 the YELLOW Parking light wire will require a (-) Negative thru a 1300 Ohm resistor and a extra relay part #775, to connect, See DIAGRAM. NOTE *3 this vehicle has 4 Door trigger input wires, the DRIVERS DOOR is a TAN/RED (-) at the DRIVERS DOOR LOCK SWITCH, the PASSENGER DOOR is a TAN/RED (-) at the PASSENGER DOOR LOCK SWITCH, the DRIVERS REAR DOOR is a TAN/ORANGE (-) and the PASSENGER REAR DOOR is a TAN / YELLOW (-) both are at the BCM (Body Control Module), when connecting to an ALARM SYSTEM you must BOTH DOOR TRIGGER wires and DIODE ISOLATE, to connect, See DIAGRAM NOTE *4 on the 4.7L engine, go to any coil and use any wire that is NOT DARK GREEN/ ORANGE. On the 4.0L engine, use any wire with a TAN STRIPE at the coil pack NOTE *5 to DISARM the FACTORY ALARM SYSTREM requires a (-) NEGATIVE thru a 463 Ohm Resistor and an extra relay part #775, to connect, See DIAGRAM NOTE***** the BCM (Body Control Module) is located above the DIAGNOSTIC PLUG under the dash.
azn_fcuk 
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If its just a transponder all you should need is power and ground using the Status ground wire or Ground while Running wire.
xtremej 
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Posted: December 08, 2006 at 4:48 PM / IP Logged  

That bypass makes life easy, make sure you have 2 programed igniton keys to program the bypass. My advice is kind of chessy but just read the instaructions that came with it before you install it. If you follow them it will work perfectly.


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