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Trying this again, take two..Sorry some pics are sideways, I'm not sure how to correct this.

Thank you Accessorides for making such an incredible product! All directions are taken directly from the extremely easy directions sent with this kit.

Accessorides remote starter! G KEY


Remove the long driver sill panel that is only held by clips starting at the front.


Remove the plastic nut holding the kick panel on.


After you remove the kick panel which reveals a 10mm bolt that holds the driver underdash panel on.


On the right side of the driver underdash panel is a small hinge that covers another 10mm to remove.


Remove the small panel in front of the shifter which covers the right side of the underdash panel and left climate control knob. Panel pulls straight out towards the rear of the vehicle


Remove the underdash panel and unplug any connectors

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Underdash panel removed.


Next remove the steering column shroud. Turn the steering wheel left and remove 1 screw straight in then turn the steering wheel right and remove the other screw. Then separate the 2 halves of the column and remove the lower portion.
FOR WHATEVER REASON I DON'T HAVE A PICTURE OF THIS STEP.

Make sure ignition is off before proceeding.

If your vehicle has an OEM hoodpin, cut this loop and isolate both ends. If your vehicle does NOT have an OEM hoodpin, leave the loop intact. CUT=with OEM hoodpin UNCUT= without


Locate OBD2 connector that you would plug a diagnostic tool into.


Unplug the OEM OBD plug and plug the new harness into it.


Then mount the other side of the new harness back into the OEM spot.


Locate the ignition switch harness under the ignition cylinder.


Unplug the OEM ignition plug.


Plug in the Acessorides harness. Be sure to telescope the wheel in/out and keep the harness away from any moving parts using the provided wire ties
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Locate the BCM to the left of the steering column. Find the 30-pin BCM connector (typically white in the middle.)


Make sure the ignition is off and carefully depress the tab and unplug the connector.


Make sure to line the connectors up straight and plug the Accessorides connector in place then plug the OEM BCM connector into the other end of the Accessorides harness. Be sure to plug the connector all the way in.


Locate the LED's on the top corners of the module.


Insert the key in the ignition and turn the ignition on without starting it.


The light on the module will turn solid RED and then solid green for 2 seconds and then go out. The bypass is programmed. Turn the key off and remove.
Unfortunately I wasn't fast enough to get a pic of the LEDs but it worked as advertised.

Re-insert key and start the vehicle. Let it run for 10-15 seconds to let the idle come to a normal level.


Press and hold the brake pedal. Without releasing the brake, press and release the push button on the side of the module once and then release the brake. The module LED will flash green and go out.




No further programming is necessary. Close all doors and hood. Now hit the lock button 3 times on your OEM key fob. The parking lights will flash and a few seconds later the truck will start and run.
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