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How do i bypass immobiliser on my 1998 wrangler jeep

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Ok well i assume you are trying to install a remote start/alram system. Her is all the info you should need to do so.

1. vehicles with gray keys have immobilizer system installed. If your vehicle is equiped with an immobilizer system a bypass module is required because you have sentry key immobilization. you can find this bypass module at Circuit City or Best Buy. The bypass module part number is 555cw but there is also a unversal module that can probly be used just ask the salesman selling you the module i belive the universal part# is 556uw. Now I will list your wire colors and locations for your vehicle
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1. 12 volts - pink/blk - ignition harness

2. starter - yellow - ignition harness

3. ignition - blue - ignition harness

4. accessory - black/orange - ignition harness

5. second accessory - black/green - ignition harness

6. parking lights (+) - black/yellow - headlight switch

7. door trigger (-) - yellow - headlight switch

8. dome light supervision - use door trigger -

9. tachometer - gray - ignition coil

10 speed sense - white/orange - white plug, pin 27 PCM ( the PCM is on the passenger side firewall under the hood )

11. brake wire (+) - white/tan - brake pedal switch

Well thats about it. hope this helps

Luis

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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