Download 2001 Dodge Dakota 2001 ACCESSORIES & EQUIPMENT’ ‘Body Control Modules – Dakota & Durango. CENTRAL TIMER MODULE Central Timer Module (CTM) communicates with other modules over Programmable Communication Interface (PCI) bus network. PCI bus is a single wire multiplexed network capable of supporting binary encoded messages shared between multiple modules. Modules are wired in parallel. Messages are addressed to only be recognized by the module(s) in which the message was intended. This reduces the complexity of vehicle wiring and size of wiring harness. CTM fault messages are accessed through 16-pin Data Link Connector (DLC) using Chrysler’s Diagnostic Readout Box (DRBIII(R)) scan tool, or generic scan tool. CTM controls and supports the following features (if equipped). z Battery Saver Functions For Interior & Exterior Lighting z Cargo Lighting z Central Locking & Vehicle Theft Alarm (VTSS) z Chime Warning z Courtesy & Dome Lighting z Dome Lighting Defeat z Door Ajar Switch Status z Door Lock Inhibit z Driver Door Unlock z Enhanced Accident Response z Fog Lights z Headlights & Headlight Time Delay z Intermittent & Speed Sensitive Intermittent Wiper Controls z Optical Horn z Parking Lights z Power Door Locks & Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) z Remote Radio z Rolling (Automatic) Door Locks.… Read More
99 dodge durango anti theft wiring
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download There are five types of PATS implementations from Ford (A, B, C, D, E). Refer to Table 1 (page 11) to identify what type of PATS your vehicle is equipped with. PATS initialization is generally performed after programming. The A or D version of PATS does not store the key information in the PCM, therefore NO PATS KEY RELEARN IS REQUIRED after programming. The B or C versions of PATS store the key information within the PCM and MUST be transferred to the new PCM, or relearned on the vehicle after the new PCM is installed. The E version of PATS also stores the key information within the PCM, but CANNOT be transferred to the new PCM. This type MUST be relearned on the vehicle after the new PCM is installed. Note: If you are just updating the existing PCM calibration with an update calibration, you must select the MODULE REPROGRAMMING function (not Programmable Module Installation).… Read More
Filed Under (Chevrolet (Chevy)) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download SCHEMATIC AND ROUTING DIAGRAMS THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM SCHEMATICS Refer to System Wiring Diagrams . COMPONENT LOCATOR THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM COMPONENT VIEWS Fig. 1: Passlock(tm) Sensor Connector, Left Center of Instrument Panel Courtesy of GENERAL MOTORS CORP. Callouts For Fig. 1 THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM CONNECTOR END VIEWS Passlock Sensor Terminal Identification DIAGNOSTIC STARTING POINT – THEFT DETERRENT Begin the system diagnosis with Diagnostic System Check – Theft Deterrent . The Diagnostic System Check will provide the following information: * The identification of the control module(s) which command the system. * The ability of the control module(s) to communicate through the serial data circuit. * The identification of any stored diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and their status. The use of the Diagnostic System Check will identify the correct procedure for diagnosing the system and where the procedure is located. DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM CHECK – THEFT DETERRENT Test Description The number(s) below refer to the step number(s) on the diagnostic table.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 22-03-2014
Download 1. It is advisable to disconnect the negative battery cable for 3 minutes before beginning installation, to avoid unintended air bag deployment. Note and record any anti-theft radio codes prior to disconnecting. Figure 1 2. Remove the driver side lower dash and kick panels. Remove the steering wheel shroud. Figure 2 B. Install Electronic Module 1. Plug in the Main Wiring Harness, Switch Harness, and Pedal Interface Harness onto mating connectors of the Cruise Control Module. Figure 3 2. Place the Cruise Control Module in a secure location behind the driver side dash area near the firewall away from moving parts. Secure with supplied wire ties. 3. Route the Pedal Interface Harness through steering column and down to the accelerator. 4. Locate the 6 pin plug and mate connectors on the Pedal Interface Harness. Remove the accelerator 6-pin connector and apply to mating connector of Pedal Interface Harness. Apply the other connector to the accelerator.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download 1. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS STOP! READ IMPORTANT SAFETY CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS BEFORE PROCEEDING. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Appropriate disassembly, assembly methods and procedures are essential to ensure the personal safety of the individual performing the kit installation. Improper installation due to the failure to correctly follow these instructions could cause personal injury or death. Read each step of the installation manual carefully before starting the actual installation. 1. Always wear safety glasses for eye protection. 2. Place ignition switch in the OFF position. 3. Always apply the parking brake when working on a vehicle. 4. Block the front and rear tire surface to prevent unexpected vehicle movement. 5. Operate the engine only in well-ventilated areas to avoid exposure to carbon monoxide. 6. Do not smoke or use flammable items near or around the fuel system. 7. Use chemicals and cleaners in well-ventilated areas. 8. Batteries produce explosive gases, which can cause personal injury.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 31-12-2013
Download PRODUCT ACCESSORIES DESCRIPTION The 1100F interface module is used when installing remote start products in Ford vehicles equipped with a factory immobilizer. The 1100F allows for easy interfacing between the remote start and the factory immobilizer, while maintaining the integrity of the OEM system. The factory transponder-based anti-theft system uses a small electronic chip hidden in the key to send a code to the vehicle’s transceiver when the ignition is energized. The key must be placed in the ignition and turned to the RUN position. This energizes a coil surrounding the key, which in turn energizes the chip, which sends a code to the vehicle. If the vehicle does not detect the code being sent, the vehicle will start and then immediately shut off or will just crank, and the anti-theft light will flash. The 1100F provides a valid code to the vehicle whenever it is remote started, but does not affect the immobilizer system during normal vehicle operation; the immobilizer system remains fully functional.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by Doe Namblas on 01-01-2014
Download Models: 2004-2007 Buick Rainier 2003-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe 2003-2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic, TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT 2003-2006 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL 2003-2007 GMC Envoy, Envoy XL, Sierra Classic 2003-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada 2005-2007 Saab 9-7X with Four Wheel Drive or All-Wheel Drive and Active All-Wheel Drive (RPO NP4) or Active Two-Speed (RPO NP8) Transfer Case. Condition Some customers may comment on intermittent illumination of the Service 4WD light. Upon investigation, the technician may find DTC C0374 set. The customer may also comment on intermittent erratic operation of the 4WD or AWD system after driving through rain/snow or simply going through a car wash. Cause The speed sensor signal may have become corrupted. Possible openings in the speed sensor wire insulation (twisted pairs) can allow water intrusion. Also, wire connections contaminated by water may result in short circuits and erroneous speed sensor readings. This most often occurs on the rear speed sensor circuit.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by Doe Namblas on 06-12-2013
Download A. Pre-Installation Suggestions 1. It is advisable to disconnect the negative battery cable for 3 minutes before beginning installation, to avoid unintended air bag deployment. Note and record any anti-theft radio codes prior to disconnecting. Figure 1 2. Remove the driver side lower dash and kick panels. Remove the steering wheel shroud. Figure 2 B. Install Electronic Module 1. Apply the large supplied piece of double- sided adhesive tape to the Cruise Control Module. 2. Plug in the Main Wiring Harness, Switch Harness, and Pedal Interface Harness onto mating connectors of the Cruise Control Module. Figure 3 3. Place the Cruise Control Module in the secure location behind the driver side dash area as shown in Figure 4 . 4. Route the Pedal Interface Harness through steering column and down to the accelerator. 5. Locate the 6 pin plug and mate connectors on the Pedal Interface Harness. Remove the accelerator 6-pin connector and apply to mating connector of Pedal Interface Harness.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 27-02-2014
ALARM/SIREN POSITION Position the compact alarms and the sirens in the engine compartment, under the battery support.
CENTRAL UNIT POSITION Position the modular systems and the modules under the dashboard on the drivers side.
POWER SUPPLY + 30: connect to the free faston at position 5 on the front part of the fuse box. – 31: connect with a ring terminal to one of the terminals coming out of the original power supply on the left lateral side, drivers side.
IGNITION WIRE + 15/54: connect to the YELLOW/BLACK wire of the 6 way brown connector of the fuse box.
DIRECTION INDICATORS Connect to the 1,5 mm2 GREEN/BLUE and YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the 20 way green connector at the centre of the fuse box.
CENTRAL DOORS LOCKING See diagram nr. 60 for antithefts of the Bridge serie and diagram nr. 60A for antithefts of the 3100 serie.
IMMOBILISATION POINT Fuel pump Cut the 1,5 mm2 YELLOW/GREEN wire located in the brown connector which works as a support to the grey relay of the fuel pump located to the left of the fuse box.… Read More
Filed Under (Dodge) by Doe Namblas on 02-01-2014
Download 2001 Dodge Truck Grand Caravan FWD V6-3.8L VIN L FRONT DISC BRAKE SHOES (DISC/DISC BRAKES) REMOVAL 1. Raise the vehicle. 2. Remove both front wheel and tire assemblies. 3. Begin on one side of the vehicle. 4. Remove the anti-rattle clip from the outboard side of the caliper and adapter. 5. Remove the two caliper guide pin bolts. 6. Remove caliper from caliper adapter and brake rotor. CAUTION: Supporting weight of caliper by the flexible brake fluid hose can damage the hose. 7. Using wire or cord, hang the caliper from the front strut assembly. Support the caliper firmly to prevent weight of caliper from being supported by the brake fluid hose. 8. Remove the outboard brake shoe from the caliper adapter. 9. Pull the inboard brake shoe away from the caliper piston until the retaining clip on shoe is free from the cavity in the caliper piston. 10. Repeat the above procedure on other side of the vehicle.… Read More