Ford Super Duty Alarm With Remote Start Installation

CRIME STOPPER CS2016DPFM ALARM AND REMOTE START

Be sure and check out my latest alarm/remote start article here.

I liked my remote start so much that I decided to upgrade to a unit with an alarm. Here is the wiring diagram I drew up for my install and some pictures showing the wire locations. The wiring diagram is in schematic form. This unit has a lot of features. It includes remote start, turbo timer, remote entry (with separate driver's door unlock), passive starter disable/anti-grind, and dome light supervision. The alarm includes the usual door supervision and shock sensor options and also has 2 way paging so I will be notified on the remote if something nefarious is going on. To utilize all the features I had to buy 1 momentary switch and 1 relay, everything else was included with the Crimestopper CS2016DP-FM car alarm.

 

For a basic remote start with keyless entry  click here.

 

Alarm/Remote Start Install

alarm remote start schematic 2000 f250 superduty

Location of most wires:

ignition wire harness and molex plug wire locations

Location of tach and wait to start wires:

tach and wait to start wire location
 

Location of parking light wire:

parking light wire location

Location of brake wire:

brake light wire location



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