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Old 10-16-2013, 12:58 AM
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Default 2006 Dodge Ram Xpress Kit DBALL Remote Start

I have found that a lot of the 4th gen are installing the DB-All by Xpresskit and found that some of us 3rd gen have installed it as well, but cant find any information about it. I have been finding trouble finding out how to install/troubleshoot mine so lets get an install thread going. First off, the harness plugs into the right of the steering column see img below.

Then you splice two wires on the left side of the column.

I dont have a picture yet, but can add tomorrow.

Here is the diagram:

I hooked up the yellow/red start wire and the purple/brown wire at the ignition switch. All i get is a tick tick click click when I try and start the car. I see some users are saying that you need to reflash the unit, I have tried that twice. Another common factor is that the harness is faulty. Maybe I don't have it hooked up all the way, or right yet, I honestly have no clue what to do with the relay/parking light wire thing. Any input on how to finish/ troubleshoot the install would be great. Thanks
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Old 10-21-2013, 09:59 PM
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the relay for the park lights wont affect the truck starting. That simply turns a positive trigger into a negative signal for the lights since they are ground side switched. and check the wiring on the relay because that is for a positive switched system. It is always a good idea to install a "quenching diode" on relays that are triggered by sensitive modules to compensate for the voltage spike when the magnetic field collapses. are you getting a click like you are trying to start the truck with a low battery, or just a relay click? If its like you're trying to start the truck with a low battery, check the resistance on all of your ignition wires and make sure that none are excessive. "the 12volt" is an awesome mobile electronics site that can help with these very specific questions for alarm systems and such, and they have countless diagrams and resistor values that people have already researched. I used them when i put the clifford remote start/keyless entry on my truck. no easy task but worth the work
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