Hello everyone, because i could not find a lot of info on installing a alarm/auto start I figured i would take pictures and see how it went. I will be installing a Clifford 590.2x
Alarm On my 2006 F350 Amarillo.
I started out by taking every item out of the box, lol, that is a given.
Then i went and removed every wire i would not be using.
H1/1, H1/8, H1/9
(may go back and use this wire) H1/12, H2/1 H2/2 H2/3, H2/4, H2/5, H2/6, H2/7
, H2/8, H2/10, H2/10, H2/11, H2/12, H2/13, H2/14, H2/15, H2/6
.. Because this is my first auto start instill i just taped them out of the way..
I placed the srien on the driver side finder well,
Once i finished a dropped a screw that my truck ate. I noticed on the other side. and noticed there is a lot more room. If i could do it over, That is where i would place it.
Next I cleaned the window and placed the Control Center behind my Rear view mirror
I ran the wire by tucking it under the head liner, and down the driver side of the truck.
Next i removed the panel where the fues box is located. So the fun stuff could start. After i removed the panel, I noticed a pre drilled hole. And low and behold my Neutral safety swich fix, and was hiden out of view, and i could still access it. (Important! Neutral Safety switch must be plugged in and in the on position)
Next i looked for a place to put the brain. In the storage (umm dont know what it is called) I found out behind it, on the left side the box fit very nicely.
And now here comes the fun stuff. Next was the Door lock,3-pin connector.
I found this by using a light tester, and poking the wires, once grounded they locks unlocked or locked. showing me i had the right wires.
They are located where I found them easy to get at on the driver side of truck, on the bottom where the plastic step thing is at.
to the Black/white (Side not, This is the smaller wire, there is a bigger black/white that is also in the group)
The Green Wire
goes to the White/Red
That was the last easy part for me, Now its time to get into the bigger wire harnesses. H1/2
and H3/9H1/2 Red wire/h3/9 Red/black wire
I connected to the left side of he fuse cluster, There is a power all the time wire with a nut and bolt. So i did not have to tap into any wires. (no pictures for that that will have to take one tommrrow.)
The H1/3 Brown
Gets connected to the Red + wire coming off the Siren.
????????? Have not figured this one out...
Black Is a ground. I found a nice place to put this. Along with. h2/18 black/white Neutral Safety Input. Look Right of the fues.
White Is the Parking light Output. Said it goes to the brown wire
at light switch harness. I used the brown wire on the dimer switch. It worked great.
/White. Tachometer Input For this one you need to remove the 4 bolts holding the fuse box. The wire is taped onto a larger wire harness. Pain the the but for me to find.
Brake shutdown imput, It goes to a green Wire at your brake pedel.
Now the Scary and hard part. Remote Start, H3
H3/1 -- Pink
-- (+) Ignition 1 input/output
H3/2 -- Red/White -- (+) Fused (30A) ignition 2 / flex relay input 87
H3/3 -- Orange
-- (+) accessory output
H3/4 -- Violet
-- (+) Starter output (car side of the starter kill)
H3/5 -- Green
-- (+) Starter input ( key side of the starter kill)
H3/6 -- Red
-- (+) Fused (30A) Ignition 1 input
H3/7 -- Pink
/White -- (+) Ignition 2 / Flex Relay output
H3/8 -- Pink
/Black -- (+) Flex relay input 87a key side (if required) of flex relay
H3/9 -- Red
/Black -- (+) Fused (30A) Accessory/starter input
H3/10 -- NC -- No connection
) Goes to Ignition Positive wire (+) Red
wire in the Ignition Switch Harness
/White) Goes to a constant 12v power sorce
) Is going to the Accessory Positive Wire (+) Red/Black wire in the Ignition Switch harness
) I have cut the Dark green Starter positive wire. And connected It to the cut half leading away from steering wheel
) Connected to the Cut dark green wire still going into steering wheel
) Goes to a Constant 12v power source
-- Is not used
-- Not used, my key does not have the chip.
) Goes to a Constant 12v power source
**UPDATE If you have been following this thread you know that I had problems, Most were from unclear directions. The above Auto start wire setup is correct Finally.**