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Item12 VoltsSecond 12 VoltsStarterSecond StarterIgnitionSecond IgnitionThird IgnitionAccessorySecond AccessoryThird AccessoryKeysenseData BusCan Bus HighCan Bus LowCan Bus SwPower LockPower UnlockLock MotorDriver Unlock MotorPassenger Unlock MotorParking Lights (-)Parking Lights (+)HazardsTurn Signal (Left)Turn Signal (Right)HeadlightAutoLightsReverse LightLeft Front Door TriggerRight Front Door TriggerLeft Rear Door TriggerRight Rear Door TriggerDome SupervisionTrunk/Hatch PinRear Glass PinHood PinTrunk/Hatch ReleaseTrunk Release MotorFuel Door ReleasePower Sliding Door (Left)Power Sliding Door (Right)Factory Alarm ArmFactory Alarm DisarmDisarm No UnlockTrunk Alarm ShuntTachometerWait to StartNeutral SafetyClutch PedalFuel PumpRear DefrosterMirror DefrosterLeft Front Heated SeatRight Front Heated SeatSpeed SenseBrake WireParking BrakeHorn TriggerWipersLeft Front Window (Up/Down)Right Front Window (Up/Down)Left Rear Window (Up/Down)Right Rear Window (Up/Down)Sun Roof (Open/Close)Sun Roof (Limit/Close)Memory Seat 1Memory Seat 2Memory Seat 3Radio 12VRadio GroundRadio IgnitionRadio IlluminationFactory Amp Turn-onPower AntennaLeft Front Speaker (+/-)Right Front Speaker (+/-)Left Rear Speaker (+/-)Right Rear Speaker (+/-)Center Channel (+/-)Subwoofer (+/-)Aux. Audio Input Left (+/-)Aux. Audio Input Right (+/-)RSE Video (+/-)RSE Audio Left (+/-)RSE Audio Right (+/-)Satellite Radio 12 VoltsSatellite Radio GroundSatellite Radio IgnitionSatellite Radio AntennaSatellite Audio Left (+/-)Satellite Audio Right (+/-)HeadunitLeft Front SpeakerLeft Front TweeterRight Front SpeakerRight Front TweeterLeft Rear SpeakerLeft Rear TweeterRight Rear SpeakerRight Rear TweeterCenter ChannelSubwooferLeft Front HeadrestRight Front HeadrestLeft Rear HeadrestRight Rear HeadrestSatellite Radio TunerWire Colorred/black (60A), red/black (60A)red/white (x4) (15A each)purple (for starter kill only)pink/black (resistor code), white (5V reference)pinkN/AN/Abrown or yellowsame as second starterN/Asame as second starterdk. green (low speed GMLAN)tan/black (high speed GMLAN)tan (high speed GMLAN)dk. green (low speed GMLAN)use Directed interface modulesee power lockgraypurpletanlt. bluebrown (L), brown (R)whitelt. blue/white (F); yellow or yellow/black (R)dk. blue/white (F); dk. green or dk. green/wht (R)whitedk. green (ground to turn off autolights)dk. bluegray/black (ajar), tan (open)black/white or tan/whitelt. blue/blacklt. green/blackgraypink/blacksame as trunk/hatch pinpink/blackgray (liftgate), pink (liftglass) (rear handle sw)lt. blue (liftgate)N/AN/AN/Aarms on lock with door openlt. green (driver door key cylinder)Passkey and ignitionN/ANOT pinkN/AN/AN/Adk. green/whitepurpleorange or black (L), orange or black (R)dk. blue (back and cushion)dk. blue (back and cushion)dk. green/white (some models only)lt. blue/white (functions with ignition on only)lt. bluetangraydk. blue - browndk. blue - browndk. blue - browndk. blue - brownbrown - org or lt. blu (function with ign on only)N/Aorangesame as memory seat 1N/Ared/whiteblack(low speed GMLAN)yellow (dimmer)same as power antenna (some models only)whitetan - gray or tan - dk. greenlt. green - dk. green or lt. green/white - org/blkbrown - yellow or brown/white - browndk. blue - lt. blue or dk. blue - tandk. blue - orange (with surround)white - pink (with surround)yellow - (bare wire)white - (bare wire)dk. green - white/blacklt. blue - purplewhite - purplered/whiteblack(low speed GMLAN)(coaxial cable)brown/white - tan/whitedk. green/white - graydouble DIN220.127.116.11.25Polarity++++9.6K ohms+++6.3K ohmsdatadatadatadata5 wire5 wire5 wire-+-++--+----+---+-ac+reverse+ latched--ac+--+AAAA-+2.26Kohms+4.26Kohms+-+++,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+,-+-+,-+,-Wire Locationdash fuse box, black 40 pin plug (X1), pins F1 and E3BCM, black plug, pins 1, 2, 3, and 4starter or underhood fuse box, blk 50 pin plug (X2), pin F1 or F5ignition switch or BCM, lt. green plug, pins 2 and 4ignition switch or BCM, lt. green plug, pin 14ignition switch or BCM, lt. green plug, pin 21PASS-Key III+ Module, black 5 pin plug, pin 4data link connector, black 16 pin plug, pin 6data link connector, black 16 pin plug, pin 14data link conn, black 16 pin plug, pin 1 or BCM, lt. blue plug, pin 10driver kick or dash fuse box, black 14 pin plug (X3), pin B4driver window switch, brown 16 pin plug, pin 8driver kick or dash fuse box, black 14 pin plug (X3), pin B1headlight switch or BCM, white plug, pin 8underhood fuse box, black 30 pin plug (X3), pins A7 and F7hazard switch or BCM, lt. green plug, pin 19BCM, brown plug, pins 4 and 1BCM, black plug, pin 5; brown plug, pin 2headlight switch or BCM, white plug, pin 12headlight switch or BCM, white plug, pin 17BCM, white plug, pin 22driver window switch, brown 16 pin plug, pins 13 and 11passenger window switch, brown 16 pin plug, pin 13BCM, pink plug, pin 15BCM, pink plug, pin 14BCM, white plug, pin 5BCM, pink plug, pin 12hood switch or BCM, black plug, pin 17BCM, pink plug, pins 13 and 24passenger kick, harness to reardriver window switch, brown 16 pin plug, pin 4any fuel injectorECM, black 73 pin plug (X1), pin 50driver kick, harness to reardriver and passenger window switch, black 10 pin plug, pin 7driver window switch, gray 14 pin plug, pin 6passenger window switch, gray 14 pin plug, pin 6EBCM, blk 38 pin plug, pin 11 or 32 or radio, brn 16 pin plug, pin 5brake switch or BCM, brown plug, pin 6parking brake switch or BCM, brown plug, pin 16horn switch or BCM, brown plug, pin 18BCM, brown plug, pin 20driver window switch, black 6 pin plug, pins 3 and 1passenger window switch, black 6 pin plug, pins 3 and 1left rear window switch, black 8 pin plug, pins E and Hright rear window switch, black 8 pin plug, pins E and Hsunroof switch, black 8 pin plug, pins 6 and 4driver window switch, gray 14 pin plug, pin 5radio, black 14 pin plug, pin 1radio, black 14 pin plug, pin 8radio, black 14 pin plug, pin 7radio, black 14 pin plug, pin 6radio, black 14 pin plug, pins 2 and 9radio, black 14 pin plug, pins 3 and 10radio, black 16 pin plug, pins 5 and 13radio, black 16 pin plug, pins 6 and 14radio, brown 16 pin plug, pins 3 and 11radio, brown 16 pin plug, pins 4 and 12radio, gray 16 pin plug, pins 1 and 9radio, gray 16 pin plug, pins 2 and 9radio, gray 16 pin plug, pins 7 and 15radio, gray 16 pin plug, pins 3 and 11radio, gray 16 pin plug, pins 4 and 11Digital Radio Receiver, black 16 pin plug, pin 16Digital Radio Receiver, black 16 pin plug, pin 9Digital Radio Receiver, blk 16 pin plug, pins 2, 1Digital Radio Receiver, blk 16 pin plug, pins 3, 4center of dashleft front doorleft front pillarright front doorright front pillarleft rear doorleft rear pillarright rear doorright rear pillartop center of dashunder front of center consoleunder passenger dash, behind glove boxPhotoNote
You have to make sure your blue tooth device is in discovery mode .most blue tooth manufactures use the power button by holding it down for 6 to 10 seconds while turning your bt device on ,once in discovery mode they should pair but you will need a pin or pairing code.Most blue tooth device manufactures use a factory 4 digit pin they are as follows 0000,1234,1111, or 9999 i hope this helps
If you are posting this under ST Light, this is wrong it should be listed under the supertooth 3. To change the language of the device delete it from any phone it is paired with in range. Once this is done, with the device off, hold down the green button until you hear a language loop. When you hear the language of your choice, let go of the green button and press it once right away. You will hear a message about your phones bluetooth menu, when you hear that go to your bluetooth menu, search for devices, select the Supertooth 3 and enter the pin code 0000 if prompted.
Your headset should enter the pairing mode just by opening its boom. If it has never been paired before, it will be in pairing mode right away. Otherwise, make sure that the bluetooth radio of all devices preivously paired with it, are turned off (or, at least, out of reach). As soon as its boom is opened, and it can't find any paired device active, it will enter the pairing mode. Once your headset is in pairing mode, make the bluetooth application of your phone search for new devices. After a while the H700 should appear on the phone screen. Select it and make the application connect. If a pairing code (or PIN, or passkey) is requested, enter '0000' (four zeros). The pairing process should be done only one. All subsequent connections between any two previously paired devices should be done automatically, provided that their bluetooth radios are on and with each other's reach.
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7 pin standard codes: Blue Brakes, Black 12v power, white ground, red right turn, brown left turn, green marking lights, yellow accessory power. 4 pin standard codes: White ground, brown marking lights, yellow left turn, green right turn. These will only work if both were wired to the standard code.
1. activate bluetooth on handset (phone) then immediately. 2. Press and hold mute switch on wep180 for 8 secs until led flashes blue. Release button only after you see the flashing blue led which indicates the WEP180 is active. 3.Enter the pin 0000 which is the default pin code on the WEP 180 and the handset should connect to your WEP 180 - I dont know how to get it to pair with the PS3.
You need to "pair" the headset to the PS3. Follow the instructions for your headset (usually holding down the power button until you get a SOLID blue light) then go to Settings>Accesory Settings>Register BlueTooth Device>Scan. When you're done, you need to set your input device to your Headset model #, which should now appear.
Notice, this is from the 2005 Ford F150 Wiring Harness. Other radios should be the same or very close. From the main 24 wire connector on back of radio (C290A).
Pin 1- Light Green w/Violet stripe - Voltage always
Pin 2- Light Green w/Yellow - Accessory delay relay output
Pin 3- Light Blue w/Red - Instrument illumination
Pin 4- Black - Ground
Pins 5, 6, & 7 - Not used
Pin 8- Orange w/Light Green - Speaker, left front +
Pin 9- Grey w/Light Blue - Speaker, left rear +
Pin 10- Orange w/Red - Speaker, right rear +
Pin 11- White w/Light Green- Speaker, right front +
Pin 12- Dark Green w/Orange- Speaker, right frt -
Pin 13- Black w/Light Green- Ground
Pin 14- Grey w/Black- Vehicle Speed Signal
Pin 15- Red w/Black- Voltage supplied in Start
Pins 16 & 17- Not used
Pin 18- Light Blue w/Red- steering wheel signal
Pin 19- Dark Green w/Orange- steering wheel return
Pin 20- Dark Blue- Parking Aid mute signal
Pin 21- Light Blue w/White- Speaker, left front -
Pin 22- Tan w/Yellow- Speaker, left rear -
Pin 23- Brown w/Pink- Speaker, right rear -
Pin 24- Not used