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CM4200DX Remote Starter Install Guide

October 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Before you make all your wire connections and connect the additional items please review the Option Programming Tables and the descriptions at the end of this manual. CONNECTOR 1 (CN1)

Pin 1 Red – Constant 12-volt (+) positive power input for the control module. This wire must be connected to a constant 12-volt (+) positive source. The proper wire will test 12-volt (+) positive with the key in the off position, while key is in the on position and during crank.

Pin 2 Green/White – This is a dual purpose wire that is selectable thru the trunk/light jumper on the control module. The jumper position will dictate the output of this wire. Parking light – Parking light (+) positive output. Connect this wire to the (+) positive parking light wire generally at the parking light switch or behind the fuse box. The proper wire will test 12-volts (+) positive when the parking light switch is in the on position. Trunk release – This wire will test 12-volts (+) positive when the trunk release is triggered.

Pin 3 Red/White – Constant 12-volt (+) positive power input for the starter and accessory on-board relays. This wire must be connected to a constant 12-volt (+) positive source. The proper wire will test 12-volts (+) positive with the key in the off position, while the key is in the on position and during crank. This pin also has a red/white wire that is prewired to a relay. The relay also has a short violet wire on pin 85. This is the input from one of the negative (-) outputs for Ignition, Accessory or Starter on CN3 There is also a long blue wire on pin 30 that becomes your 2nd Ignition, 2nd Accessory, or 2nd Starter trigger. This diagram explains the purpose of the relay….

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