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ranger svo 
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Posted: October 21, 2007 at 1:14 PM / IP Logged  

I am just curious, does any one have a diagram on how to do the remote start on this truck? I can get it all but how do I get it to crank.

I've never done one like this and I'm not gonna mess with it till I have more info

Thank

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Bring it to a qualified pro Dude.. this is the best piece of advice your gonna get. I know of professional installers that did one of these trucks for the first time and it still took them over 6 hours to do a remote starter it in without damaging anything.
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i'll second that..........
ranger svo 
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Velocity Motors wrote:
Bring it to a qualified pro Dude.. this is the best piece of advice your gonna get. I know of professional installers that did one of these trucks for the first time and it still took them over 6 hours to do a remote starter it in without damaging anything.

I've only done about 150 to 200 remote starts in the past 12 years. How many do I have to do to be a pro?

Thats what I'm trying to avoid, working on it all day. I've turned a couple of these away already. If I cannot have a 2 to 3 hour max turn around, its not worth my time.

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Posted: October 21, 2007 at 3:23 PM / IP Logged  
Using the proper bypass module will reduce the time it takes to install into one of these trucks. Fortin makes a good bypass that will take hours off your installation for the bypass and for the door locks and alarm system interface.
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ranger svo 
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Posted: October 21, 2007 at 7:11 PM / IP Logged  

Thank you for your fast reply, the ignition bypass won't be a problem. Its the starter wire. According to my info, the PURPLE / brown is both the starter and acc wire.

What I think its saying is to take that line to ground through a 180-ohm resistor to start the truck. Once it starts I need to take that same wire to ground through a 610-ohm resistor to turn on the accessory line.

Does that sound right?

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Posted: October 21, 2007 at 7:32 PM / IP Logged  
Hey Jeff,
Is this truck that much different than chrysler 300 or dodge magnum/charger besides the PU having bunches of wires required resistors?
If I have the proper CAN-bus(idatalink) unit, whats the installation time required? Assuming 07 Charger took about 4hrs.
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Yeah the info you got is correct. The RS wires do not vary, from what ive seen from other chrysler/dodge vehicles.
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Posted: October 21, 2007 at 7:38 PM / IP Logged  
Using a proper bypass module on these newer Dodge vehicles give you the resistor already in the bypass module as well as the Sentry bypass. Using the bypass mod will reduce your time using relays & resistors. The time it would take to do a new Dodge PU ( non diesel is about 2 hours )ranger svo, what bypass module are you using ?
Jeff
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Say, that is sweet. I guess these more advanced body control systems today are to be more installer-friendly, dont you think?
Houston,TX
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