Ford Super Duty Remote Start Installation

CRIME STOPPER RS-900 VII REMOTE START

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, while pretty basic, provided me with all the features I needed. It includes remote start, turbo timer, remote entry (my oem RKE quit working and the dealer wanted $90 just to tell me what was wrong), passive starter disable/anti-grind, and dome light supervision. I purchased this on ebay for a whopping $45.00. To utilize all the features I had to buy 1 momentary switch and 2 relays, everything else was included with the Crimestopper RS900VII remote starter.

Update: I liked the remote start so much I upgraded to a remote start with alarm and two way paging. You can find my write up for that installation by clicking here.

wiring diagram for crimestopper on ford f250 superduty

The locations of most of the wires referred to in the diagram.

wire locations for remote starter

The location of the tach and wait to starts wires behind the instrument cluster.

Be careful if you remove the instrument panel. The shifter indicator needs to be disconnected before you can pull the instrument panel out.

tach wire and wait to start wire location

Brake wire location.

brake wire location

Parking lights wire location.

parking light wire at light switch



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