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Old 07-31-2014, 04:10 PM   #26
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Well my viper remote has a defroster option.. so if you remote start your car you can trigger the defroster on (rear defroster).
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Old 07-31-2014, 07:51 PM   #27
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You can grab it at the body control unit above the gas pedal or at the HVAC controls.

green/yellow wire at the gray 35 pin plug, pin 16

Test it with the ignition on with your DMM. If I remember correctly, it is a just a negative pulse and not a latched input.

You'll have to program the defroster output accordingly.
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Old 08-01-2014, 01:13 AM   #28
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Awesome.. Hey i have another request.. So.. I don't want the dome light or parking lights to come on when i remote start it.. I didn't connect those wires. What i do want is this..


When you open the doors and before you manually start the car the red leds for the floors and key ring illuminate. I want that to be lit up until i put the key in and hit thr brake.

My theory is that if I can find the wire that does those curtosy lights.. I can use the dome light wire output on the viper to wire into..

Would you happen to know a way to do that?
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Old 08-01-2014, 08:00 AM   #29
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Awesome.. Hey i have another request.. So.. I don't want the dome light or parking lights to come on when i remote start it.. I didn't connect those wires. What i do want is this..


When you open the doors and before you manually start the car the red leds for the floors and key ring illuminate. I want that to be lit up until i put the key in and hit thr brake.

My theory is that if I can find the wire that does those curtosy lights.. I can use the dome light wire output on the viper to wire into..

Would you happen to know a way to do that?
You should be able to use the trigger for those lights and put them into the trigger of a relay, and then send the viper dome light output as the source of those lights. I'm not sure of exactly how viper does the dome lights though but something along those lines should work.
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Old 08-01-2014, 11:00 AM   #30
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Yeah I want to find that trigger... Do you think the "DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION GREEN/YELLOW (-) in PASSENGER A Pillar or BIU, (WHITE, 30-PIN PLUG), PIN 5, "

Includes those red LED and key ring lights?
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Yeah I want to find that trigger... Do you think the "DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION GREEN/YELLOW (-) in PASSENGER A Pillar or BIU, (WHITE, 30-PIN PLUG), PIN 5, "

Includes those red LED and key ring lights?
If you can find the fuse for that pull it and you'll find out.
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Old 08-01-2014, 04:16 PM   #32
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Yeah I guess if I pull the fuse and the dome light and red LED lights go out.. it is same to I assume I should just hook up the dome light Supervision and shut up.
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Old 08-01-2014, 04:17 PM   #33
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If not maybe I can find that fuse for the RED led's and fire that wire.. figuring out it's circuitry will be interesting as well.
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Old 08-01-2014, 05:45 PM   #34
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the dome supervision wire in the car should centrally control all of those lights.

The dome supervision wire off the Viper brain will activate whenever you hit the unlock/disarm button. It can also be programmed to activate when ignition is turned off. (your car probably already does that though) It won't activate when you remote start it.

It's a negative output from the alarm brain and a negative trigger in the car. The only problem is that most of the new alarm brains can't handle the draw and require a relay to be wired in. I've seen a few of them fry on a basic negative domelight, which the older models had no problem powering.

85- dome light output
86- +12 volts
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30- dome supervision

If you don't want the dome light to come on and only want the key ring and footwell lights to come on, it gets more complicated because you will have to isolate them from the dome light circuit.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:36 AM   #35
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Got the defroster working.. I may pass on the Dome lights. The last thing I want to do is the hood pin and I also want to tie in the e brake wire. My bypass module provides me with the wire and it performs the same was as the NSS. I want to tie in the NSS and e brake wire together.. however I don't know how to wire it with the diodes so that the e brake has to be up and the car in neutral to start.
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Old 08-02-2014, 10:18 AM   #36
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If its an AND its wired inseries for the circuits. If its an OR its parallel. So just make sure you put the relays that trip them in series or parallel for whatever way it needs to be done.

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