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Alarm/Remote Start Wire Info ***

5th Gen 2002
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12volts: blue (+) Location: ignition harness

Starter: black/red (+) Location: ignition harness

Second Starter: black/white (+) Location: ignition harness

Ignition: black/yellow (+) Location: ignition harness

Accessory: red (+) Location: ignition harness

Second Accessory: white/blue (+) Location: ignition harness

Power Lock: orange/black (-) Location: driver door module

Power Unlock: orange/blue (-) Location: driver door module

Lock Motor: gray Location: pin 54 at SECU

Unlock Motor: white/black Location: pin 55 at SECU

Parking Lights: red/blue (+) Location: driver kick panel

Parking Lights: lt. blue (-) Location: headlight switch

Trunk/Hatch Pin: purple/yellow (-) Location: pin 13 at SECU

Hood Pin: yellow/red (-) Location: pin 6 at SECU

Trunk Release: blue Location: pin 16 at SECU

Factory Alarm Arm: Note: arms with lock

Factory Alarm Disarm: Note: disarms with unlock

Tachometer: white/green Location: instrument cluster

Brake Wire: red/green (+) Location: brake switch or drivers kick

Horn Trigger: green/white (-) Location: steering column



5th Gen 2001
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12volts: green (+) Location: ignition harness

Starter: black/red or (+) Location: ignition harness
black/wht

Second Starter: black/blue (+) Location: ignition harness

Ignition: black/red (+) Location: ignition harness

Accessory: red/yellow (+) Location: ignition harness

Second Accessory: white/blue (+) Location: ignition harness

Power Lock: gray (-) Location: pin 23 at SECU

Power Unlock: brown/yel (-) Location: pin 35 at SECU

Lock Motor: purple Location: pin 15 at SECU

Unlock Motor: white/black Location: pin 13 at SECU

Parking Lights: red/blue (+) Location: driver kick panel

Parking Lights: lt. blue (-) Location: headlight switch

Trunk/Hatch Pin: purple/yellow (-) Location: pin 38 at SECU

Hood Pin: yellow/red (-) Location: pin 27 at SECU

Trunk Release: blue Location: pin 12 at SECU

Factory Alarm Arm: orange/black (-) Location: pin 41 at SECU

Factory Alarm Disarm:orange/blue (-) Location: pin 30 at SECU

Tachometer: white/green Location: instrument cluster

Brake Wire: red/green (+) Location: brake switch or drivers kick

Horn Trigger: green/white (-) Location: steering column
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Originally Posted by Kritscar
Do you have the wiring code for the 2000 Maxima and can you tell me how to get around the transponder key problem. I have installed an "AutoCommand" by DesignTech. Intl. and a immobilizer bypass module by "Directed Elect." but can only get cranking/ no ignition... If I insert the key in the ignition the car will start with the remote but that kinda defeats the purpose. Any suggestions??
Same as 2001.

Use a DEI 556U. Its a bypass module for the chip in the key.
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97 Maxima Wiring:

The ignition harness wiring changes colors at a plug, so the following is both colors.

12 volts: white/red or white/purple, (+), ignition harness
Starter: black/yellow or black/white, (+), ignition harness
Second Starter: green/black or red/blue, (+), ignition harness
Ignition: black/white or black/red, (+), ignition harness
Accessory: red/yellow or red, (+), ignition harness
Second Accessory: blue or white/blue, (+), ignition harness
Power Lock: light green/red, (-), in drivers door at switch
Power Unlock: green/yellow, (-), in drivers door at switch, requires double pulse
Lock Motor: brown/white, in drivers door at switch
Unlock Motor: brown, in drivers door at switch
Parking Lights: red/green, (+), steering column
Door Trigger: red/white, (-), low in drivers kick
Trunk Pin: purple/yellow, (-), drivers kick or BCM, BCM is located just below radio
Hood Pin: yellow/black, (-), BCM located just below radio
Trunk Release: purple/yellow, (-), low drivers kick
Factory Alarm Arm: arms with lock
Factory Alarm Disarm: arms with unlock
Tachometer: white/green, ac, at ECM. The ECM is located in the front of the center console on the transmission hump. The wiring is easily reached by removing the small black panel just to the front of the center console on the passenger side. the wire is in the middle row, 7th one in from the left.
Brake Wire: red/green, (+), at brake switch
Horn Trigger: green/white, (-)

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you got it
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12volts: white/red or white, (+), ignition harness
Starter: black/yellow or white/blue, (+), ignition harness
Second Starter: green/white or green/red, (+), ignition harness
Ignition: black/white or white/green, (+), ignition harness
Accessory: white or white/red, (+), ignition harness
NOTE: There appear to be two variations on ignition switch wiring colors. Test carefully to verify wire functions.
Power Lock: gray/red/silver dots, (-), door lock timer R of column
Power Unlock: lt. blue/silver dots, (-), door lock timer R of column
Parking Lights(+): red/yellow, (+), harness by steering column
Door Trigger: orange/black/silver dots, (-), anti theft module located to left of steering column. Says "Theft Warning" on module.
Trunk Pin: pink/black/silver dots, (-), anti theft module
Hood Pin: gray/black/silver dots, (-), anti theft module
Trunk Release: lt. green/black,brown, (-), (+), keyless entry module located by glove box in right kick panel. Release switch in door.
Factory Alarm Arm:green/white/silver dots, (-), anti theft module
Factory Alarm Disarm: green/black/silver dots, (-), anti theft module
Tachometer: lt. green/black or blue, AC, Trans. ECU behind center console above engine ECU. Wire facing dr. side of vehicle in blue plug. May also find green/black above dr kick on some models.
Brake Wire: red/white, (+), brake pedal switch
Horn Trigger: brown/white, (-), steering column

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Old 03-11-2005, 09:39 AM
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What about 93 Dome lights? Or do you use the Or/Bk from the door trigger? Also do we need a relay for the trunk pop? My alarm says I need a one unless I have a negatively triggered relay less than 250mA, so can I attach that to the Gn/Bk from the kick panel module? Thanks!
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TRINTRBO, test that gn/bk wire. If it rests at 12 volts, and gets ground when you push the trunk release button, then you can hook the gn/bk wire directly up to it, as this is a 'negatively triggered' trunk release. If it is a positive trigger, meaning that it rests at ground and gets 12 volts when you push the trunk release, then you will need a relay to switch the negative trunk release output from the alarm brain to a positive one.
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Old 04-01-2005, 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by icewake
could you please post the wiring diagram for the 2000 maxima. for the 2000 maxima starter wire, is this the ignition harness that is on top of the fuse box or underneath? could you post a picture?
should be same as 2001
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Originally Posted by Trevmister1610
u got 89 wire info?
12volts
white/red or white
+
ign. harness


Starter blk/yel or wht/blue + ign. harness
Second Starter grn/wht or grn/red + ign. harness
Ignition blk/wht or wht/grn + ign. harness
Second Ignition
Third Ignition
Accessory white or white/red + ign. harness
Second Accessory
Keysense
Power Lock gray/red/silver dots - passenger door harness
Power Unlock lt. blue/silver dots - passenger door harness
Lock Motor
Unlock Motor
Parking Lights+ red/yellow harness by st.column
Parking Lights-
Hazards
Turn Signal(L)
Turn Signal(R)
Reverse Light
Door Trigger org/blk/silver dots - anti-theft module
Dome Supervision
Trunk/Hatch Pin pink/blk/silver dots - anti-theft module
Hood Pin gray/blk/silver dots - anti-theft module
Trunk/Hatch Release lt.grn/blk,brown -,+ entry mod, dr. kick
Power Sliding Door
Factory Alarm Arm lt.grn/wht/ sil dots - anti-theft module
Factory Alarm Disarm lt.grn/blk/ sil dots - anti-theft module
Disarm No Unlock
Tachometer lt. green/black AC trans. ECU
Wait to start
Brake Wire red/white + brake pedal switch
Parking Brake
Horn Trigger brown/white - steering column
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All the alarm remote start digrams you will ever need

http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/diagrams/diagrams.htm


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What about a 99 maxima? i got a bypass and everything and i stil can't get the parking lights to work. The diagrams at bulldog suck and are inccorect. they said i didnt need a transponder key or a bypass modle and i needed both.
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what about 99? Will these work?


Originally Posted by kpr10is
97 Maxima Wiring:

The ignition harness wiring changes colors at a plug, so the following is both colors.

12 volts: white/red or white/purple, (+), ignition harness
Starter: black/yellow or black/white, (+), ignition harness
Second Starter: green/black or red/blue, (+), ignition harness
Ignition: black/white or black/red, (+), ignition harness
Accessory: red/yellow or red, (+), ignition harness
Second Accessory: blue or white/blue, (+), ignition harness
Power Lock: light green/red, (-), in drivers door at switch
Power Unlock: green/yellow, (-), in drivers door at switch, requires double pulse
Lock Motor: brown/white, in drivers door at switch
Unlock Motor: brown, in drivers door at switch
Parking Lights: red/green, (+), steering column
Door Trigger: red/white, (-), low in drivers kick
Trunk Pin: purple/yellow, (-), drivers kick or BCM, BCM is located just below radio
Hood Pin: yellow/black, (-), BCM located just below radio
Trunk Release: purple/yellow, (-), low drivers kick
Factory Alarm Arm: arms with lock
Factory Alarm Disarm: arms with unlock
Tachometer: white/green, ac, at ECM. The ECM is located in the front of the center console on the transmission hump. The wiring is easily reached by removing the small black panel just to the front of the center console on the passenger side. the wire is in the middle row, 7th one in from the left.
Brake Wire: red/green, (+), at brake switch
Horn Trigger: green/white, (-)

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Yes, the wiring is the same for 97 as 99.
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Originally Posted by gatagurl
What about a 99 maxima? i got a bypass and everything and i stil can't get the parking lights to work. The diagrams at bulldog suck and are inccorect. they said i didnt need a transponder key or a bypass modle and i needed both.
Parking Lights+ red/green steering column
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Where would i get T-taps and how do you use them?
I only have a wired soldering iron, so using it with an extension cord would be PITA since i can only park my car so close to an outlet.
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They sell them at walmart but only in sets of like 2-3 per package. stop by custom shops in your area and see if theyll sell you some because itll probably be cheaper.
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Could this be used on my 2k2 rather than the DEI 556U? I bought my car used and it only came with one key, and the dealer wanted to charge me $130 for a new key. Could I use this?

http://www.autotoys.com/x/cust/produ...6&cat=0&page=3
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Can someone get me a wiring diagram for a 05 max.
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2005:
12volts: green (40A), +, ignition harness
Starter: black/red, +, ignition harness
Second Starter: black/yellow, +, ignition harness
Ignition: black/red, +, ignition harness
Accessory: red, +, ignition harness
Second Accessory: white/blue, +, ignition harness
Keysense: black/red, +, ignition harness or BCM pin 37. The BCM (Body Control Module) is between the steering column and the fuse box.
Power Lock: blue or pink/blue, -, driver module in door. Meter this wire while turning the key in the driver door key cylinder.
Power Unlock: red (double pulse), -, driver module in door. Meter this wire while turning the key in the driver door key cylinder.
Parking Lights(+): red/blue, +, driver kick harness to rear
Door Trigger:The LF door is lt. blue in pin 62, the RF door is brown/white in pin 12, the LR door is red/black in pin 63, and the RR door is blue/red in pin 13. Use all four wires and diode isolate each.
The BCM (Body Control Module) is between the steering column and the fuse box.
Dome Supervision: red, -, BCM pin 48
Trunk Pin: purple/white, -, BCM pin 57
Hood Pin: NA
Trunk Release:blue or blue/white, -, BCM pin 30.
Factory Alarm Arm:arms with lock
Factory Alarm Disarm:disarms with unlock
Tachometer:NOT red or black, ac, any coil or injector
Brake Wire:red/green, +, brake pedal switch
Horn Trigger:green/white, -, horn switch
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what about 87 max, bulldog does seem to be wrong
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1987:
12volts:white/blue, +, ignition harness
Starter:black/yellow, +, ignition harness
Ignition:black/white, +, ignition harness
Accessory:blue, +, ignition harness
Power Lock:white/black, -, door lock timer behind module in dr. kick
Power Unlock:yellow/bluw, -, door lock timer behind module in dr. kick
Parking Lights(+):red/white, +, steering column
Door Trigger:orange/blue, -, driver kick at timer module
Dome Supervision: NA
Trunk Pin:red/blue or red/black, -, at light
Hood Pin: pink/black, -, at pin
Trunk Release:red/yellow, +, at switch
Factory Alarm Arm:yellow, -, driver kick panel
Factory Alarm Disarm:lt. blue, -, driver kick panel
Tachometer:blue, AC, coil
Brake Wire:green/black, +, brake pedal switch
Horn Trigger:green/white, -, steering column

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whats best way to get the tach????
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Originally Posted by SurraTT
whats best way to get the tach????
On what year? Just go to an ignition coil if your talking about your 87.

4th gens its at the ECM, 5th gens its at the instrument cluster, and 6th gens just go to an ignition coil.
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Originally Posted by SurraTT
whats best way to get the tach????
behind the cluster....
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so the cluster has a blue wire with ac voltage???
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Here is a Dumb question, but where is the ignition coil where i can get my tach wire for a 05 maxima. If someone can post a pick that would be very helpful.
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Please make a post in the general A/V/E section for questions/discussion. This thread is for wiring info only.
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1995 guide?
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Originally Posted by descent
1995 guide?
same as the 1997 posted above.
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Great info!
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this might be a newb question, so the 95 isn't different from the 97 even though the ecu is definately different, or do they have no relation, or are the affected wires the same?
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glad this turned into a completely useless thread in terms of my original question
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Great info!


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glad this turned into a completely useless thread in terms of my original question
Im glad people know how to follow directions of this being a wiring info ONLY thread. ALL questions go to the general A/V/E section. FINAL Warning. I really HATE repeating myself.

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Need to find the vss wire for a 2001, anyone have an idea where that is located????
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Need to find the vss wire for a 2001, anyone have an idea where that is located????
Its the middle harness (brown harness) pink/blue wire. Its behind instrument cluster.

I think its the last wire on the harness.
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best sight ive found so far for any stereo or alarm wiring info is
www.the12volt.com

another good one is
www.installdr.com
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I'm trying to install a Compustar CM4200A on my '02 max and have a few questions. First what's the SECU and where's it at? Besides my CN1, antenna, alt/tach, what else absolutely needs to be hooked up? What do I need to get to bypass the chip in my key. Where is the drivers door module? This is my first time trying to install an auto starter and all I have to go by is the one sheet of wiring instructions sent to me with the starter. Maybe I'm in over my head, but I think I can do it with good instructions. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Here's a link to a great site that was recently updated with a walk through of an install in a 240sx. Tons of valuable info on stealth installing, kill switches etc.

http://www.vsracing.net/~suspended/index.html
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info for the 99?
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Same as the other 4th gen info posted on the first page.
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Someone please post the location for the Neutral Safety Switch wire for all gens please. I'm not sure myself so this should help me and others.
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