team CANUSA loud- Craig
does any one know what modules i will need for this. the programs i have dont have the 07 models in it.. can anyone help me
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team CANUSA loud- Craig
nobody knows?
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pimpin at my house
i will check ultra because dei dosent have 07s yet.
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pimpin at my house
nope sorry i dont have any access for 07's yet...
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Murph
Same as the Ram and 300.
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jhull
I Just did one last week
If i recall correctly...
12v red blue
ign pink/white
starter (- through 180ohm) purple/brown
accessory (- through 800ohm) purple/brown
brake white/tan
to be honest I couldnt find a parking light wire you might have to power the hazards instead.
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jhull
that was a 2door wrangler im not sure if they are the same.
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170typhoon
starter (- through 180ohm) purple/brown
accessory (- through 800ohm) purple/brown

yuck... my moms 05 grand cherokee was like this i didnt like it
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n8ball2013
gotta love chrysler and all the diodes and resistors huh
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170typhoon
sucks
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Booming_Creation
yeah chrysler does suck... i think the one last night had like 3 ignition wires and all that crap
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AUDIODREAMLAND
Just did remote start on a 05 magnum and whenever I programmed a dei 556c bypass module the check engine light come on each time. Had to use a 556U and it worked fine. Make sure to measure your resistance for the 2nd starter and acc. wire using the ground reference wire at the ign. harness (pur w/orange I believe) to make sure your resistance is correct. Each chry/dodge has some variance on the resistance values and if it is not correct it can cause the check engine light and/or air bag light to come on.
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