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Installation Notes- Document #119 - Sheet 1 of 2

“Everything is fine

— but the heater won’t come on”

This is a common problem with an easy fix: First, make sure the heater was

left on so it will come on when the vehicle is started. If the heater was left on, and the

heater does not come back on after the accessories and lights do, then you probably

are missing an ignition wire or your connection is faulty. If you have already connected

the proper wire, check your connection first. If you have not connected the module’s

Ignition 2 wire, simply use a multi-meter to find another wire behind the key that is

not yet connected and that is hot in the run position. Connect Ignition 2 to this wire.

If you are already using Ignition 2 then you will need to connect a relay to Ignition 3 and

use the relay to supply power to the wire. Use the diagram below if you need to

connect Ignition 3. (In no circumstances should multiple wires from the vehicle be

connected to the ignition outputs of the remote starter.)

DesignTech disclaims any liability or responsibility arising out of any inaccuracies of this information or use of this information for installations or otherwise.

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Installation Notes

Installation Notes - Document #119 - Sheet 2 of 2

If you have a Ford, Lincoln, or Mercury vehicle, please see document # 127 for

additional information.

On Most Ford Vehicles you will usually have three Ignition 2 wires, but

sometimes there are only two. If you have only two they will both be large

Gray/Yellow wires. If you have three, two will be large wires and one will be

a smaller (16 AWG). All three should be Gray/Yellow. See document #127.

If your vehicle has three Ignition 2 wires, connect the Ignition 2 of the

AutoCommand® to one of the 16 AWG. wires. Then use the

AutoCommand® Ignition3 wire and a relay to power the other two 10AWG.

Use the AutoCommand ACC wire to power the vehicle Accessory wire,

which is normally a Black/Green.

If your vehicle has only two Ignition2 wires you will connect one 10awg wire

to ignition2, the other 10awg wire to your relay for ignition3.

On Some Lincolns : On these vehicles there are usually three Ignition 2

wires. All must be powered for the vehicle to function properly. Connect

the Ignition 2 to ONE 10AWG Black/Green. Then use the AutoCommand®

Ignition3 wire and a relay to power the other 10AWG Black/Green Then

jumper from one Black/Green to the smaller Pink/Black wire that is also

hot in “run” only. Use the AutoCommand® Acc wire to power up the Red/

Lt. Green Accessory wire of the vehicle. This is necessary to power up

the air conditioning.

On some late 80’s early 90’s General Motors midsize vehicles, there is

a Violet/White 16 AWG wire that controls the electronic climate control

system. If you have one of these vehicles, please use IGN3 and a relay to

power the Violet/White wire.

For relay connection information, please see document #111, Basics of

using 30 Amp Bosch Style Relays, page 2 of 2, “Adding an ignition 3 to your

system.”

If you have any further questions please call technical support.

DesignTech disclaims any liability or responsibility arising out of any inaccuracies of this information or use of this information for installations or otherwise.

©2003 All Rights Reserved

DesignTech International, Inc.

DesignTech International, Inc.

1-800-337-4468

www.designtech-intl.com

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