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Old 03-03-2010, 09:55 AM
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Does anyone have access to the wiring schematic for the power locks on this model?

I have a Haines manual, but for love nor money and no matter how much I hunt I can't find this particular schematic. If anyone knows what page it's on in the manual, please let me know.

Oh and does anyone know what relay is used for the power lock system (relay code number)?
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Looks like there are two different setups depending on the BCM. Since I don't know which one you have, I posted both diagrams I found.
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Thanks remerson, that's great. To be honest...neither do I lol
Am fitting power locks from scratch, just got hold of OEM door switch units from both sides and planning on wiring them in with my new alarm system....as it goes I may be able to essentially ignore the dodge wiring and just run with the schematic for the alarm making the switches part of the alarm system rather than the dodge OEM system.

Do you know which schematic is for which BCM and how I find out which I have?

Anyways, thanks for your help!

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Sounds like bypassing the factory wiring would be simpler except maybe for fishing the wiring thru the door jamb if it's not already there.
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Sounds like bypassing the factory wiring would be simpler except maybe for fishing the wiring thru the door jamb if it's not already there.
Yes I think so too.
A lot of the dash is coming off to fit the alarm module and starter interrupt relay and the door panels are coming off to fit the solenoids for the door locks. So a lot of it will be apart anyways and if fishing the wires through the door jamb is the hardest part of the whole job, that's good enough for me lol

The alarm system schematics do show wiring for locks with OEM switches I just need to wire in an extra relay if I'm doing that which really is no biggie.

Anwyways, thanks for the head's up...when I do this install I'll be doing a step by step with it which I'll post so you'll see how I did it and if it all worked or if I set fire to my truck with a short lol
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Hey remerson, can you let me know where you found these so I can try and work out which one is for which BCM and in turn, which BCM I have.
I think probably the top one because only having the two motors suggests that's for the regular cab which I have.
Thanks.

Udate - It's ok, I found out. Thanks for the help remerson.

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