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2007 solstice gxp, remote start wiring


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envoyxl 
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Posted: October 29, 2007 at 9:30 PM / IP Logged  

Does anybody have a wiring diagram for installing a remote start in a 2007 Pontiac Solstice GXP?

I am installing a Viper 771XV in it. If anybody has installed an alarm in a solstice themselves, please let me know what types of problems or difficulties you ran into, or that I may run into. This car is a 5speed so I will not be installing the remote start wires, so those are not a big deal, nless the tranny happens to have a neutral safety switch built into it. I know some newer cars have a nuetral wire on 5 speeds. Thanks again for all the help guys.

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Posted: October 30, 2007 at 1:29 AM / IP Logged  

Isn't that DEI unit kind of spendy?  All that cash for a remote starter your not even going to use? WHY?

You kind of contradict yourself in your post. I suspect you WILL be using the remote start ..... I could be wrong?

12 VOLTS RED / black On C3 connector at BCM   + 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 IGNITION Yellow Ignition switch or C4 connector at BCM   + 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 ACCESSORY Brown Ignition switch or C4 connector at BCM   + 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 STARTER SEE NOTES     
 No connection to the start wire is required. With proper Transponder bypass, the vehicle will crank automatically.
 TACH SIGNAL Use a fuel injector     
 FUEL INJECTOR Opposite from Pink/black wire At any injector on engine   AC 
 LOCK Gray On C3 connector at BCM   REV POL 
 These are the motor wires and you must wire it up as reverse polarity. The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 UNLOCK Tan On C3 connector at BCM   REV POL 
 These are the motor wires and you must wire it up as reverse polarity. The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 DOORPIN SEE NOTES     
 GRAY/BLACK (driver's door) and TAN/WHITE (pass. door) Both are neg (-)and found at the C1 connector on the BCM. The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 TRUNK PIN ORANGE / black On C1 connector at BCM   - 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 TRUNK RELEASE Tan At swicth or C2 connector on BCM   - 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 FACTORY ARM Through OEM remote only     
 FACTORY DISARM Through OEM remote only     
 BRAKESWITCH Lt.blue On C1 connector at BCM   + 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 PARKLIGHTS Brown In driver's kickpanel or C3 connector at BCM   + 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 HAND BRAKE Lt.blue On C1 connector at BCM   - 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)
 HORN Tan At steering column or C2 on BCM   - 
 The BCM is located directly below the glovebox. The connector layout is as follows: C1 (gray 72-pin), C2 (gray 72-pin), C3 (red 40-pin) and C4 (gray 68-pin)

profuse007 
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Posted: October 30, 2007 at 10:05 AM / IP Logged  
Manual Transmission(MT)
clutch- NO - yellow (+)
No NSS wire. Must use proper MT RS unit or add DEI 689M.
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Kartuneman,
Thats not really uncommon for ppl to get RS unit and do not use the feature. A lot of times, whatever they can get their hands on, theyll just use it. Do NOT ask me why.
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envoyxl 
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Posted: October 30, 2007 at 4:18 PM / IP Logged  
You are right, the 771 is kinda spendy for not using the remote start, but I already have 2 of them from previous vehicles and I really like them and are used to their operation. I love the 2 way transmitters too. My plan is to use everything except for the remote start regardless. If there happens to be a way that I can safely use the remote start then I will. I will be installing all of the remote start wires for the simple fact that even though it will not be able to be started, I can still leave the car running without the key if needed. Plus my car has a turbo on it so I like to leave it running for cool down after I stop somewhere. I believe there may even be a turbo timer option on the 771 but I am not positive. What exactly is the 689M, I am not familiar with that unit.
profuse007 
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Posted: October 31, 2007 at 12:25 PM / IP Logged  
I believe that unit do have turbo timer but you have to activate it after you turn off your vehicle which can be a nuisane to some ppl.
For a true turbo timer, get Compustar and its also compatible for MT vehicles.
689M is a add on unit to prevent you from leaving the shifter in gear. electronicperipheral.com also have the similar unit, if not exactly the same, to DEI's.
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