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prdjr165 
Copper - Posts: 293
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 8:56 PM / IP Logged  
The ground out while running is the yellow/black wire on the crimestoppers.The green remote start trigger wire gets hooked to the White (lock)wire in the drivers kick panel,This way when the lock button is pressed 3 times the car will remote start,you will also have to program the unit for 3 pulses on the green wire to start(option #5 on programming page).
wil3404 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 10:21 PM / IP Logged  

Ok thanks,

I think I have almost all my questions answered about the wires except a few.

For example on the RS unit do I hook the RED / white wire to tach or can I leave that off?

The purple wire to the 12v+ brake pedel?

Wht do you hook the brown wire to? It says it is a trunk pop. Can I leave that off?

On the DB-GMDL-Bp unit. Where does the ORange- wire go? It says for the type of car I am using it on it is a trunk input.

I'm also having problems being able to switch the vehicle type on the unit. It is defaulted at 1 but I need to to go to 2 and it is being stubborn. Thanks again.

Barnsy
prdjr165 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:13 PM / IP Logged  
you don't have to hook up the RED / white tach wire-These units work good in tachless mode.
The purple brake switch wire is mandatory!
Thr brown trunk release wire from the crimestopper goes to the orange trunk input wire on the gmdlbp,you don't need this wire if using factory remote.
Keep trying to get the gmdlbp into type 2 mode,I just had a bad GMDLBP yesterday,so if after several attempts if it won't go to type 2 then it's probably bad.also you don't need to hook up the green and blue doorlock wires from the remote start to the gmdlbp if your using the factory remotes.
wil3404 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:24 PM / IP Logged  

ok thanks,

How do you get the gmdlbp to switch over to type 2?

Barnsy
prdjr165 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:35 PM / IP Logged  
if you don't have the instructions,go to bypasskit.com and get the manual for the GMDLBP.
prdjr165 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:42 PM / IP Logged  
***VIOLET/WHITE (-) Connect this wire to disarm wire from remote car starter
ONLY if the OEM alarm sounds once when remote starting vehicle.
In a Type 1 & 4 installation the orange wire can be used to activate
the vehicles panic mode as long as the remote system has a dedicated panic output.
A horn output is not suitable since it is also used to provide confirmation chirps, etc...
Which will result in triggering the panic function.
****ORANGE (-)
**BROWN (-) For reliable conversion of analog to digital, all (-) input wires require
a solid ground to activate each command function. Relays are not required except in
cases in which the output(s) ground signal is insufficient.
(Example: transistor +/- doorlock outputs)
TECH NOTES:
RED (+) (+) 12 VOLTS CONSTANT
ORANGE(-) ****PANIC INPUT TYPE 1 & 4, TRUNK INPUT FOR TYPE 2 & 3
BLUE (-) UNLOCK INPUT
VIOLET DATA OUTPUT CONNECT TO VIOLET DATA WIRE OF ODBII (PIN#2)
BLACK (-) CHASSIS GROUND (-)
NEGATIVE GROUND OUTPUT WHEN RUNNING
(REMOTE START INSTALLATIONS ONLY)
** (-)
BROWN (-)
Programming button
PINK/WHITE(-) DOOR TRIGGER OUTPUT
GREEN (-) LOCK INPUT
VIOLET/WHITE *** SEE TECH NOTES
PINK DOME LIGHT INPUT FROM VEHICLE (MODE 6 DETERMINES INPUT POLARITY)
NOTE:
PINK and PINK/WHITE wires are used when
installing a remote starter alarm combination system
ONLY
REMOTE
STARTER
TYPE 5: Passlock 2 and Passlock 3 Bypass Only (No Doorlock Function)
ONLY MODE 1, 6 AND 7 ARE AVAILABLE
OPTION PROGRAMMING CHART
Mode Selection Option Programming *Default Value
Mode1:Doorlock output *Option 1: 1st PULSE: Driver Priority Function
2nd PULSE: Unlock all doors
Option 2: 1st PULSE: Unlock all doors
Mode6:Domelight polarity *Option 1: Positive(+) Polarity
Option 2: Negative(-) Polarity
Mode7:Reset Mode *Option 1: Reset to Default Values
IMPORTANT: The BYPASSKIT will detect all door triggers thru the data line
for ONLY TYPE 2 and TYPE 3 vehicles. When the interface kit detects an open
door thru the data line, it will send a (-) negative trigger on the PINK/WHITE:
[door trigger output (-)] wire.
DEFAULT VEHICLE PLATFORM SETTING IS TYPE 1
IF THIS IS THE VEHICLE PLATFORM REQUIRED SKIP TO “STEP 2”.
1) To change the , press and release the program button
until the LED flash rate is the same as the TYPE of vehicle required.
Vehicle Platform Setting
The
number of flashes from the LED confirms the Vehicle Platform Type that has
been selected.
Ex: 1 flash = TYPE 1, 2 flashes = TYPE 2, and so on...
Please note the module is already in Vehicle Platform
TYPE 1. Press the programming button to advance to
the next TYPE selection (3X times in total). The LED will then flash 4 times
to confirm TYPE 4 selection.
2) Once Vehicle Platform Type has been selected, press & hold program button
until LED blinks once to confirm setting is saved & ready to program to vehicle.
3) Release programming button and the LED will come ON solid.
4) Start the vehicle with the ignition key: The LED will turn off confirming the
BYPASSKIT is programmed to the vehicle.
EX: If TYPE 4 is required:
STEP 1 - VEHICLE TYPE SELECTION
The BYPASSKIT is designed to operate on any one of 5 possible vehicle
platform types. Once the BYPASSKIT has been successfully connected, the
next step is to program the BYPASSKIT to operate on the appropriate
Vehicle Platform Type. See Vehicle Platform Chart below.
VEHICLE PLATFORM SETTING
1-Start with the key in “OFF” position. Press and hold the program button for 2 seconds.
LED will flash for approximately 3 seconds, PAUSE, then flash once more to indicate
entry into MODE1 (DOORLOCK SELECTION).
2-To advance to next MODE, press BYPASSKIT program button again. A flash of LED
will confirm what MODE you are in.
Ex: 1 flash = MODE 1, 2 flashes = MODE 2, and so on...
3-Once you have entered the MODE selection you require: you may then change your
options. Advance the OPTION by pressing the LOCK or UNLOCK button from your
aftermarket transmitter.
4-The vehicle horn will chirp once (1X) or twice (2X) to indicate option level.
5-To exit the OPTION PROGRAMMING: Press and hold the program button until the
LED flashes once (1X).
6-To return or change another OPTION, go to step 1.
PROPOTGIORNAPMRMOGINRAGMOMPINTGION MODE
Depending in priority may have to features. See on the type of vehicle and/or aftermarket system being used
conjunction with the BYPASSKIT: Some options such as door lock
be optimized to correctly integrate the OEM
Option Programming Chart below.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT CONNECT VIOLET
DATA OUTPUT WIRE OF INTERFACE MODULE
TO VEHICLE DATA WIRE (PIN 2) UNTIL EVERY
OTHER WIRE HAS BEEN CONNECTED & THE
HARNESS HAS BEEN PLUGGED INTO THE
DATA BUS INTERFACE (DL) MODULE.
VEHICLES 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998
ALERO (FACTORY REMOTE ONLY) 2 2 2 2 2
ASCENDER 1 1 1
AURORA 2 2 2
AVALANCHE 4 4 4 4
BONNEVILLE 2 2 2 2 2 2
BRAVADA 1 1 1
CADILLAC CTS 2 2 2 2
CADILLAC SRX 2
CADILLAC STS/SLS 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
DEVILLE 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
ENVOY 1 1 1 1 1
ESCALADE 4 4 4
GRAND AM (FACTORY REMOTE ONLY) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
H2 HUMMER 4 4 4 4
IMPALA LS 5 5 5 5 5 5
LE SABRE 2 2 2 2 2 2
MONTECARLO 5 5 5 5 5 5
PARK AVENUE 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
PICKUP SIERRA 4 4 4 4
PICKUP SILVERADO 4 4 4 4
RAINIER 1 1 1
SIERRA 4 4 4 4
SILVERADO 4 4 4 4
SRX 2 2
SSR 1 1
SUBURBAN 4 4 4 4
TAHOE 4 4 4 4
TRAILBLAZER 1 1 1 1 1
ULTRA 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
YUKON DENALI 4 4 4
VEHICLE PLATFORM CHART
PRO-LINE SUPPORT 1.877.212.8058
BYPASSKIT.COM 24/7 ONLINE ORDER DESK
This Bypass kit / Data Bus Interface part has been tested on the listed vehicles. Other vehicles will be
added to the select vehicle list upon completion of compatibility testing. Visit www.bypasskit.com for
latest vehicle application guide. : Under no circumstances shall the manufacturer or the
distributors of the bypass kit / data bus interface part(s)be held liable for any consequential damages
sustained in connection with the part(s) installation. The manufacturer and it’s distributors will not, nor
will they authorize any representative or any other individual to assume obligation or liability in relation
to the bypasskit / data bus interface part(s) other than its replacement.
DISCLAIMER
LIMITED (1) ONEYEAR PARTS WARRANTY
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GMDL-BP
GM DOORLOCK ALARM &
TRANSPONDER/PASSLOCK INTERFACE
wil3404 
Copper - Posts: 54
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:42 PM / IP Logged  
I have them they just arent that great. The say to change the vehicle platform type press and release the program buttun until the correct number of flashes. This doesn't do anything. thanks
Barnsy
prdjr165 
Copper - Posts: 293
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 11:46 PM / IP Logged  
Try to un-plug the gmdlbp for a minute then plug it back in and try to re-set the platform again.
wil3404 
Copper - Posts: 54
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Posted: January 01, 2007 at 12:18 AM / IP Logged  
ok i will thanks alot for you help
Barnsy
prdjr165 
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Posted: January 01, 2007 at 12:33 AM / IP Logged  
good luck,I'm going to bed!
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