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Old 10-19-2005, 03:54 PM   #1
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Default 2000+ remote line in trunk, if you have Keyless entry

Alright this has been a big thing for us 00+ guys....well I was looking in my service manual and found that the little black box that hangs from the top of the trunk (see picture below) I forget the name of it, but it controls the keyless entry. it has two plugs one little, one big. the little one has a solid pink wire and solid black wire, the Pink one is Pos and the black is neg. these are a switched power source. gives you anywhere from 13.5 volts to 14.25 volts. Look at the picture for what I am talking about and also notice the Whelen black box I have mounted in my trunk, its my Air Horn / PA system which I have hooked up to the above wires I am referring to. now I am not sure but what ever is hooked to this power source probably does get a little bit of power everytime the remote is pressed for locking or unlocking, but that shouldn't be a big deal. its a power source that is switched on and off by the ignition. I've had this setup now for about a month and have not noticed any changes if my vehicle. volt meter stays the same due to my item powered draws only 8 amps at 100watts, but it should be any different than usin a remote line from a HU. I hope this helps you guys and if you have any questions or concerns with this please ask away!

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This pink punches down to the bundle behind the driver rear seat

it has no power on my trim level....

Stock delco audio

But I (think) I have keyless entry <duh>

That box is where I planned on pullin' power but none for me
(box is "rear integration unit") so this beggs the question

1- What is the big box below with the fuse and 2 female
& 1 male molex connectors!???

2 - what did the plastic housing hold on the passenger side
------- Don't have that on my base model

3 - (the real question) does your hu have CD changer controls
- OR does your ride have an amped factory radio?

Anyway my diagrams show this line as 12v and I was VERY
peeved that it was dead.... and I had to pull more wire for
a 12v switched line.....

So I'm really wanting to know your trim level and why
you have life there and I do not... Wondering if this
is fed from the lighter circuit (my front lighters are dead)
or if this is fed from the ribbon "12v switched" line or a
seperate run....
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This pink punches down to the bundle behind the driver rear seat

it has no power on my trim level....

Stock delco audio

But I (think) I have keyless entry <duh>

That box is where I planned on pullin' power but none for me
(box is "rear integration unit") so this beggs the question

1- What is the big box below with the fuse and 2 female
& 1 male molex connectors!???

2 - what did the plastic housing hold on the passenger side
------- Don't have that on my base model

3 - (the real question) does your hu have CD changer controls
- OR does your ride have an amped factory radio?

Anyway my diagrams show this line as 12v and I was VERY
peeved that it was dead.... and I had to pull more wire for
a 12v switched line.....



So I'm really wanting to know your trim level and why
you have life there and I do not... Wondering if this
is fed from the lighter circuit (my front lighters are dead)
or if this is fed from the ribbon "12v switched" line or a
seperate run....

A. did you test this pink line with the car on?? ACC or started??? thats the only time it has power.
B. I have a SE model with SLE items

ok to answer your questions....

1. that is my whelen Air horn/pa system.
2. that is where the factory amp would be if i had one
3. no my HU does not have any CD changer controllers.

its just the keyless entry box. yours should work.
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