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Old 01-15-2007, 05:50 PM
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Installing Omega 1B-F1 p.a.t.s. bypass kit

I installed a remote start and I checked all features with key in the ignition. Everything works as it should.

Now I must install my Omega 1B-F1 pats bypass kit.

I need to know where to connect the wires from my kit to the truck wiring.

The kit harness has
brown- neg. ground when running
green- ecm-tx
blue - ecm-rx
violet - n/c
red - ignition
black - chassis ground

I see a white connector leading from the pats module with 4 wires in it.
white
blue
black
orange
I assume some of the wires get connected here but, which ones to where?

Thanks for your help
 
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Old 01-17-2007, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by RDele
I installed a remote start and I checked all features with key in the ignition. Everything works as it should.

Now I must install my Omega 1B-F1 pats bypass kit.

I need to know where to connect the wires from my kit to the truck wiring.

The kit harness has
brown- neg. ground when running
green- ecm-tx
blue - ecm-rx
violet - n/c
red - ignition
black - chassis ground

I see a white connector leading from the pats module with 4 wires in it.
white
blue
black
orange
I assume some of the wires get connected here but, which ones to where?

Thanks for your help


Thanks to anyone who looked at my post. I will answer my own post as I fixed my problem.

Follow the manufacturers instructions with the ecm wire hookups but, get your power from the remote start ignition wire and get the negative ground(when running) wire source from your remote start unit. I got mine from the anti-grind wire.
I'm told that using the ground at the p.a.t.s. module won't let your bypass kit receive the signal that it is suppose to receive.

Once everything was hooked up. The key was recognized by the kit. I took the key out and tried my remote start and it works perfectly.

I would be glad to help anyone with information that I have learned.
 
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Old 01-22-2007, 10:52 AM
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Thankyou for posting, I have a 2000 Expedition that i was thinking about tackeling a remote start on. I am encouraged by your sucess.

Thanks

Knix
 
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Old 01-23-2007, 07:30 AM
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Thankyou for posting, I have a 2000 Expedition that i was thinking about tackeling a remote start on. I am encouraged by your sucess.

Thanks

Knix
I would be glad to help out in any way I can. Just e-mail me questions.
 
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Are you still around? I have some questions about the Bypass colors which didnt get answered
 
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