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Old 07-30-2011, 11:25 PM
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Viper 211HV install on F250! Need Help!!

I just purchased a Viper 211HV Keyless Entry System. I have read the installation manual about 10 times and it makes no sense! Has anyone put this system in themselves? Below is the table from the manual that tells you how to wire it. Does anyone know what colors and the locations of these wires on a 99-2007 Ford F250?

Red (12v constant)
Blue (-200 mA Second unlock output)
Black/White-1 (Input of dome-light supervision relay #87)
Black/white (output of dome-light supervision relay #30)
green/black (lock #30 common output)
white/black (lock #87 normally closed)
violet/black (lock #87 normally open input)
blue/black (unlock #30 common output)
violet (unlock #87 normally open input)
white (+/- parking light flash output)
black (ground)
brown (- horn honk output)
light green/black (factory alarm disarm)
white/blue (- 200mA channel 3 validity output)
yellow (+ switched ignition input accessory)
orange (- 500mA ground when armed output)
brown/black (unlock #87a normally closed)
red/white (- output of channel 2)

Also, what does #87 or #30 stand for?
 
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Old 07-30-2011, 11:52 PM
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I think the 87 and 30 refer to the terminals on your relay that should have been included with your system. Beyond that I can't help as I haven't installed one and don't know where those wires are that you are looking for.

Here's what your relay probably looks like, although some differ slightly.

 
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Old 07-30-2011, 11:58 PM
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There's some wire codes in this thread that may help you find what you are looking for in your truck.
 
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Old 07-31-2011, 12:08 AM
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have u tried the 12volt.com might have some wiring tips and tricks for you.
 
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you need a wiring schematic. i did a google search and couldn't find the one you need. I would get a service manual, any good one will have the schematic for the whole truck
 
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Maybe you ought to return to where you bought it and have them install it......Not trying to be smart, but better safe than sorry.
 
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[quote=BPofMD;10641581]Maybe you ought to return to where you bought it and have them install it......Not trying to be smart, but better safe than sorry.[/quote


You're absolutley right...it's worth the $100-200 to let a pro install it.
 
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I already have 2 books that have all the wiring schematics for my truck. Also, my father told the place that he bought it (best buy) that he would install it himself. He was a technician for 10 years for ford and chevy so im not too worried about that. The manual with the kit just doesnt explain anything too well and i was curious to see if anyone else has done this install
 
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Just had a viper installed on our 99 Ram 2500 as someone tried to steal it.

They had it done in 2 1/2 hours and was worth the $100.00 for them to do it. Plus if anything goes wrong they warranty the install for life.
 
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Originally Posted by Garst250SD View Post
I already have 2 books that have all the wiring schematics for my truck. Also, my father told the place that he bought it (best buy) that he would install it himself. He was a technician for 10 years for ford and chevy so im not too worried about that. The manual with the kit just doesnt explain anything too well and i was curious to see if anyone else has done this install
The majority of car dealerships (including ford dealerships) take the vehicles to a shop that does alarm installs daily. There is a reason for that. The manuals sent along with the kits from DEI are in part vague for a reason, so a qualified installer installs the system.
 
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