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Viper 5704 2-Way Alarm DIY Guide

 
Old 04-06-2013, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by etang789 View Post
updated with car side wiring guide

Thank you for this guide - it is very helpful!

One question - Do you know the wire colors for tapping the blinkers under the center console? I've got the install 99% complete - just can't figure out which wires in the hazard switch to tap.


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Originally Posted by rtm5003 View Post
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updated with car side wiring guide

Thank you for this guide - it is very helpful!

One question - Do you know the wire colors for tapping the blinkers under the center console? I've got the install 99% complete - just can't figure out which wires in the hazard switch to tap.


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Same wire colors as the Turn Signals

Green/Red
Green/Yellow

you need two diodes here.
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how much is one of these 5704 with sensor n back up battery cost.
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Part 2:
Remove Interior
Both seats
Passenger side HVAC cover
Passenger side Airbag
Driver side rear panel
Center console
Radio

Part 3:
Installing alarm harness into the car (please refer to next post for Car Side wiring guide)

Remove 2 10mm bolt holding the fuse box, and then splice behind the fuse box with (Remote Start, 10-pin havy gauge connector). This is the hardest part to cut and solder out of the whole installation!
12Volts Splice Red into (White)
Starter Cut (Orange) and conect Violet and Green
Ignition Splice Pink into (Black/Yellow)
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Done
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Unhook the Keyless Module Harness, then unclip the Keyless Module PCB from the housing
Splice in the wires for:
Trunk Release Output (need relay to convert polarity) Splice Red/White into (Black/Yellow)
Door Trigger Input Splice Green into (Black/White)
Chassis Ground use spade connector here and connect the Black wire to the grounding point located next to the Keyless Module (shown in the picture). It is secured by 10mm bolt, loosen it and jam in the the spade connector and tighten it.
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Fish the wire through the black Keyless Module housing cover. Solder the (Door Lock, 3-pin Connector) on the Keyless Module PCB like in the picture. Then cut a small opening to allow the wires to fit through. Slide the PCB back into the housing. Replace Keyless Module housing cover.
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Trunk Trigger Wire Splice Blue into (Blue/Black) below the hood release latch
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Proxy Sensor Wire, Backup battery Harness, Parking Light wire (in white) all fished through the hole below the radio
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Here is where you use 2 diode to connect the white Parking Light wire to the left blinker (Green/Red) and right blinker (Green/Yellow) under the hazard button
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Backup Battery Placed behind driver seat
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Part 4:
Test the alarm
Remove Passenger Airbag and Place the alarm brain and secure the alarm brain with 3M Double Sided Foam tape
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Stick Viper 2-Way antenna on to windshield, and run the antenna wire along the passenger side A-Pillar and connect to alarm brain
Place Siren in the engine bay, and fish the wires along with hood trigger wire back to the keyless module area

Part 5:
Replace interior
i was wondering what is additional to add the remote start function to the alarm.. i am trying the viper 5704 with remote start in my s2k and wondering what alse needs to be done to add this function.. also wondering cant you tap into wires vs. soldering directly to the circuit board?
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I am deciding whether to do this by myself or... take it to Best buy

I somewhat understand those wirings but I want to know if you guys installed the hood sensor.
Also as for the relay, do I just buy 5 pin relay and hook up the wires?
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Okay I tried to save few hundred bucks and tried to gain some experience with this.
I am not stuck with battery back up wires and my all other wires. I may haven't been searching enough but I don't know how to connect my battery backup wires with my alarm wires.
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Originally Posted by 216s2killer View Post
i was wondering what is additional to add the remote start function to the alarm.. i am trying the viper 5704 with remote start in my s2k and wondering what alse needs to be done to add this function.. also wondering cant you tap into wires vs. soldering directly to the circuit board?
There arent wires to tap into, you either jam new wires into the Keyless Module plug or solder on to the PCB directly.
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Okay someone check with me if I hooked this one up right

On relay
I connected
H1/1 Red on 86 and 30 (Constant 12V+ input)
H2/5 Red/White on 87 (-200m trunk release output)
Backup battery Gray to 85 (+12v output)

Other wires

H2/19 Blue(trunk pin/instant trigger input)+H2/7 Black/yellow (dome light)+ H2/6 Green (door trigger input)
To
Backup Battery Blue (- output to control module)

Someone let me know if I put these right
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Originally Posted by lee sung View Post
Okay I tried to save few hundred bucks and tried to gain some experience with this.
I am not stuck with battery back up wires and my all other wires. I may haven't been searching enough but I don't know how to connect my battery backup wires with my alarm wires.
A bit late, but here is the diagram with backup battery on how to hook it up.


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Okay someone check with me if I hooked this one up right

On relay
I connected
H1/1 Red on 86 and 30 (Constant 12V+ input)
H2/5 Red/White on 87 (-200m trunk release output)
Backup battery Gray to 85 (+12v output)

Other wires

H2/19 Blue(trunk pin/instant trigger input)+H2/7 Black/yellow (dome light)+ H2/6 Green (door trigger input)
To
Backup Battery Blue (- output to control module)

Someone let me know if I put these right
As far as the relay, check it with the link above on how to connect it. With the backup battery, according to the pinout on the alarm itself, H2/19 is both trunk pin and instant trigger so if you wire the blue wire from the backup battery to H2/19 it should be right.
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For the keyless module. mine is slightly a little different from yours. do u know exactly what point neededs to be solder for unlock and lock?

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