This Install Resistor Kit will come in quite handy.
It contains 10 of each value of resistor.
There are a total of 170 resistors in the pack.
Specifics: 10 of each value
- 392 OHM.25WATT5%
- 523 OHM.25WATT5%
- 681 OHM.25WATT5%
- 887 OHM.25WATT5%
- 1.13 OHM.25WATT5%
- 1.47 OHM.25WATT5%
- 1.8 OHM.25WATT5%
- 2.37 OHM.25WATT5%
- 3.01 OHM.25WATT5%
- 3.74K OHM.25WATT5%
- 4.75K OHM.25WATT5%
- 6.04K OHM.25WATT5%
- 7.5K OHM.25WATT5%
- 9.53K OHM.25WATT5%
- 11.8K OHM.25WATT5%
- 1K OHM.25WATT5%
- 10K OHM.25WATT5%.
GM Passlock I & II
Please study the
following information carefully WHEN INSTALLING REMOTE
START systems on a 1996 or later GM car or
Introduced in 1996, GM
has changed the VATS anti theft system to Pass-Lock system. This is a similar
device to the VATS system, in that there is a resistor present during the start
cycle. However, in the PASSLOCK system, the
resistor has been placed inside the ignition switch, instead of the key.
To remotely start a car
with this feature, you must bypass the PASSLOCK system. There are two methods
of doing so.. The first, is to permanently bypass this system. This is the
easiest method for accomplishing your task. The second way, is to temporarily
bypass the PASSLOCK, by introducing relays into the system, which retain all of
the features of the system, while allowing your remotes start module to bypass
it automatically during a remote start cycle.
(1996 and newer): N & J body cars, such as
Pontiac Sunfire and GrandAm Passlock-1
Chevrolet Cavalier Passlock-1
Buick Skylark Passlock-1
Oldsmobile Achieva Passlock-1
1997 or newer
Chevrolet Malibu Passlock-II
Oldsmobile Cutlass Passlock-II
1998 or newer
All trucks , SUVs and Vans Passlock-II
It is important to pay special attention to the fact that there are many
different ways of achieving the same goal.
There are actually 2 different Passlock-II systems.
On the next page, there are
tests to establish which type of passlock-II your car has.
Relays shown are standard automotive 5 pin spdt relays, (1) Included with this
A multi meter is required to measure the resistance values. Accuracy is
important within 5%.
Once the value of the resistor is measured, a resistor of the same value +/-5%
must be purchased
(Included in this Kit)
You can also use a
Potentiometer (POT), which can be adjusted to the same value of the resistor in
the ignition switch.
Passlock-I bypass procedure....
1: Remove the top and bottom shrouds from the
2: Find the 3 wire
ribbon cable, coming from the ignition switch, containing White, Black, Yellow
(Sometimes White, Black, Black). These are THIN wires.
3: Locate the Black 6
position connector on the LEFT side of the steering column, right above the
ignition switch position. There is a BLACK (Thin) wire in this connector,
called "Bulb Test", which shows Ground with ignition in the Off
position, OPEN in the "Run" position, and GROUND in the
4: Turn the ignition
switch to the "Run" position. Do not crank the car.
5: Cut the Thin Yellow
wire and strip both ends.
6: Without cutting the Black
wire, expose some of the copper.
7: Using the ohmmeter,
measure from the Yellow wire (the end coming from the ignition switch), to the
exposed Black wire and record the value. Measure more than once to assure you
have the right value.
8: Acquire the same size
resistor and 3 relays, and perform the connections shown in the diagram below.
PASSLOCK-II bypass procedure
There are 2 types of Passlock-II systems. To determine which system you have,
follow these instructions;
1: Locate two wires, which are THIN and are in the main ignition harness..
Orange/Black (or Black) and Yellow.
2: Cut the Yellow wire,
and strip back some of the insulation from the Orange/Black (Or Black) wires.
3: Turn the ignition to
the "Run" position ( don't crank the starter).
Measure and record the
value measured from the KEY SIDE of the Yellow wire, to the Black/Orange wire.
4: Turn the key to the
"Crank" position and release. Now read the value again.
5: If the value changed,
follow "Method#1". If the value stayed the same, follow