Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 1500
I have a 05 Ram. I'm putting in a used 56049706AF overhead console. I have the pigtails only. I need the wiring diagram to show connections of the 4 wires to the display. They are:red, pink/blue, white/purple, black/2 white. there is a connector with extra circuits halfway down the driver's pillar. Thanks.
Here some wiring diagram...
Fig. Overhead Console, Page 01
Fig. Overhead Console, Page 02
Fig. Overhead Console, Page 03
Fig. Overhead Console, Page 04
Fig. Overhead Console, Page 05
And, here's some basic info. If you have either: keyless entry, premium infinity stereo, or fog lights, then you have the basic BCM for the overhead console.
There's 2 types of overheads:
OTIS (Overhead Traveling Information System)
EVIC (Electronic Vehicle Information Center)
OTIS has two versions: 1 with Homelink and 1 without Homelink
OTIS modules have the name of the buttons written on the console underneath the actual button.
EVIC modules ALWAYS have Homelink buttons, but they are also capable to telling you other stuff like low washer fluid, they can allow you to program your horn, lights, etc. It's a really nice module - BUT here's where th BCM comes in (and I don't have enough info about the BCM and the EVICs to know for sure): I have read on the internet that you might have a BCM that cannot talk to an EVIC. If that's the case, you might get some funny actions coming from the module readout.
Here's some part numbers for you:
If you just want to add the Homelink (garage door openers),
then you can use the following for 03+ --> 56049707AF
If you really want an EVIC, this part number was used by gc714 and everything works except for the tire pressure monitors (but that is because he doesn't have the tire pressure sensors on his wheels) --> 56045574AE
I know this is a little long, but I thought you might want some information so you know what you're dealing with and maybe know what the dealer guys are talking about. Other than suggesting you view this wjjeeps.com/evic
Hope help with this.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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