1. SWI wire color: White
3. Notes: <li class="smallText"> Read the note in the chart below. These are the notes found in your instructions (note # 11
) included with your SWI-JACK . Connect the INTERFACE's white wires to Pin 3 (normally Green/Red) of the above connector. If there is a wire (normally brown) in Pin 11 it will need to go to chassis ground.
Note #11 - ***THIS NOTE IS ONLY
APPLICABLE FOR VEHICLES THAT ARE EQUIPPED WITH "Mode" BUTTON ON THE STEERING WHEEL THAT IS NOT
ABLE TO BE PROGRAMMED BY THE SWI MODULE:***
Program the module for version 9. Cut the purple loop then connect one end of a 560 ohm resistor to the second (inside) purple wire, and connect the other end of resistor to the white wire. Insulate the first (outside edge) purple wire as it will not be used.
In Pre-2006 Vehicles
without a mode button, if the resting (when no buttons are pressed) voltage on the white wire is 4.6 volts or less it may be necessary to program the interface for version 9 and cut the purple loop. Connect a 47 ohm and 150 ohm resistor ( included in packaging
) in series. Connect one end of the resistors to the second (inside) purple wire, and connect the other end of resistors to the white wire. Insulate the first (outside edge) purple wire as it will not be used.
4. Version: Program SWI for version 3. 5. Programming: Proceed with normal programming.