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qdaddy 
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Posted: April 14, 2007 at 12:41 AM / IP Logged  
07 jetta wiring help if anybody has info for remote start alarm
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This car sucks.........

 12 VOLTS Red At fuse/junction block below dash   + 
 IGNITION Yellow On 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.
 ACCESSORY Green On 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.
 STARTER Red On 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 SENSE Blue On 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 SIGNAL Use a fuel injector     
 DIESEL TACH SIGNAL Tan/green SEE 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 INJECTOR Opposite from RED / black At any injector on engine   AC 
 LOCK GREEN / WHITE or BROWN / green At 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).
 UNLOCK GREEN / WHITE or BROWN / green At 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 SIGNAL DATA ONLY Use a 15 second start delay    
 DOORPIN RED / yellow At light under dash   - 
 HOODPIN BROWN / red At pinswitch in engine compartment   - 
 TRUNK RELEASE Blue At switch in driver's door   - 
 FACTORY ARM Arms with lock wire     
 FACTORY DISARM Disarms with unlock wire     
 BRAKESWITCH BLACK/ red On fusebox or in driver's kickpanel   + 
 PARKLIGHTS SEE NOTES     
 Parklights require some special wiring, please see the provided diagram.

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The parking lights are wired like so:

there are 2 wires from the light switch you need. You will also need 1 relay. From the switch, take and tap off of the WHITE/ black, and go to pin 87. Break (cut) the RED / white. Take the switch side of this wire to pin 87a, and the other half to pin 30. Ground pin 86, and use your POS+ trigger light flash from the R/S to pin 85.

christopher418 
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I did my 07 Jetta last month and it was the most difficult car I have ever done. I didn't purchase any modules and did everything W2W. Some of the colors didn't match so I had to do a lot of testing. Also, the method suggessted for the parking lights turned on all of the lights, not just the parking lights. If you get a different outcome, let me know. I had to go directly to the parking light wires to get it to work. Also, for the door locks, I had to go directly into the door to get it to work correctly. Not only that, a 240 ohm resistor doesn't work. I had to use a 1K and if you get the 240 ohm to work, let me know. There is a lot of other posts about the 07 Jetta that I started.....it may help you to take a look.
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Posted: April 15, 2007 at 10:07 PM / IP Logged  
I did one and took me about 3 hours to do an alarm & remote starter system. Pretty basic for the most part, just make sure that you use CANBUS modules to make things easier on you.
Jeff
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Morden, Manitoba CANADA
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I agree 100%. CANBUS modules are the way to go for this car!
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Posted: April 16, 2007 at 11:08 AM / IP Logged  
bypass module should i use a universal with spare key

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