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    Ramos need help with car alarm

    So I hear your the man with the plan, or the plans that is. I have a new 2002 Dodge Ram single cab, I just bought a crimestopper CS-2006FM. Can you help me with some wiring ideas, I have no Idea what is what or where what wire goes in this new truck. And the internet seems to be letting me down, lol. Thanks







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    i'm thinkin about maybe buying that alarm. is it any good?



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    WIRE COLORS LOCATION
    12 VOLTS CONTANT PNK/BLK IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    IGNITION 1 DK.BLU IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    IGNITION 2 BLK/ORG IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    IGNITION 3 RED/WHT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    ACC./HTR BLOWER 1 BLK/WHT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    ACC./HTR BLOWER 2 ORG IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
    STARTER YEL or BLU/YEL IGNITION SWITCH
    PARKING LIGHTS PPL/YEL (-) AT SWITCH
    DOMELIGHT SEE NOTES
    PWR DOOR LOCK WHT/GRN DR KICK PANEL
    PWR DOOR UNLOCK SINGLE WIRE SYS DR KICK PANEL
    TACH SENSOR TAN/RED AT COIL
    BRAKE WHT/TAN (+) AT BRAKE SWITCH
    HORN BLK/RED STEERING COLUMN HARNESS

    NOTES:

    There may be more than one BLK/ORG wire in the ignition switch harness. Please test both carefully.

    Each Door has a separate trigger. The Driver front door trigger is Tan(-), the Drivers Rear Door is Tan/Orange(-). These wires are in the Driver's Kick Panel. The Passenger Front Door is Tan/Red(-), the Passenger Rear door is Tan/Yellow(-). These wires are found in the Passenger's Kick Panel. For alarms these wires must be Diode Isolated and all connected to the Negative door trigger wire. For remote starters/ and alarms when you wat to activate the domelight you can use any of these wires through a negative.

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    Dude if you have not ever put in an alarm then I would get a qualified install to do it for you. there is to much you can do wrong to the truck if you are not careful.




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    I put a viper alarm in a 2002 ram. I have done lots of alarm installs and this i must say was a tough one, you need resistors for the parklights, doorlocks. they are not the usual ones for chrysler. Like the previous post said, get a pro to do it.




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