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Anti-Theft System Service Tips TSB 94-25-05 for 93-94 Bronco, F Series, Explorer, Ranger, Econoline & many others
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Anti-Theft Overview in 92-96 in E-150-250-350 Vehicles; "...The anti-theft protection system provides two types of vehicle protection. The first is designed to provide the vehicle with protection from unauthorized entry into the passenger compartment and engine compartment (hood opening). The second monitors the status of the ignition switch lock cylinder. If triggered, the system provides both audio and visual alarm signals and disables the starter circuit. The system is controlled by an electronic module. When armed, unauthorized entry into the vehicle is detected by courtesy lamp switches (located in the passenger compartment door jambs), and a hood switch (located on the right cowl surface). In addition, the system triggers an alarm if the ignition switch lock cylinder is forcibly removed from the steering column tube (3514). The system immediately monitors the ignition switch lock cylinder upon removal of the key from the ignition. Once triggered, the system flashes the low beam headlamps, the parking lamps, the alarm indicator, and sounds the horn. In addition, the starter circuit is interrupted until the system is disarmed..."
Source: by Ford via Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
Anti-Theft System Module Location in a 94
Source: by Ford via miesk5 at broncolinks.com
Anti-Theft System Module Location, Pin-Out Diagram & TSB in a 94
Source: by Ford via miesk5 at FSB
Anti-Theft System Service Tips TSB 94-25-05 for 93-94 Bronco, F Series, Explorer, Ranger, Econoline & many others
Source: by Ford via Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at fourdoorbronco.com
Anti-Theft System Service Tips TSB 94-25-05 for 93-94 Bronco, F Series, Explorer, Ranger, Econoline & many others
Source: by Ford via performanceprobe.com
Audiovox Alarms, Remote Start & Keyless Entry Owners Manuals
Source: by audiovox
Cluster Bezel w/ Theft & SRS Indicators for 94-96 only
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
Ground Component Diagram in a 94 Page 09; showing Anti-Theft @ G200
Source: by Chilton
Keyless Entry Module & Connector Location Diagram Ford Part Numbers, Depictions, etc. from Ford Workshop Manual in 96 Bronco, F-150, F-250, F-350, F-Super Duty Chassis Cab & Motorhome Chassis; use your Browser's SEARCH (or FIND) function to locate what you seek in each Diagram, such as key, etc.
Source: by Ford via thedieselstop.com
Kill Switch Wiring Diagram in E4OD; "...Standard transmission equiped vehicles have a clutch interrupt switch mounted on the clutch support. Automatic trans vehicles have the same wiring, but they are jumpered. If you look closely at the above diagram (sorry for the poor quality) the Red/Light Blue circuit is the wire that you want to switch..."
Source: by BroncoJoe19 (Joe) at FSB
Kill Switch Wiring Diagrams; Starter Disable, Anti-Theft & Main Kill; "...The "MAIN KILL" is best if you store the vehicle for long periods and want to keep the battery from draining, or to allow a trickle charger to work. The disadvantage is that all the memories (radio stations, clock) will be lost immediately. NEVER turn the switch off while the engine is running. The "STARTER DISABLE" will allow the engine to continue running after it's switched OFF, but won't allow it to be started. This will preserve the clock & radio memories, and confuse most thieves since every other electrical device will work normally. It will appear that the starter is defective. "ANTI-THEFT" is even more confusing since the memory circuits will continue to function normally, but the ignition switch will appear to be defective. This configuration doesn't require a heavy battery switch since the starter relay only needs a couple of amps to work. This also requires the switch ON for starting, and then it can be switched OFF while the engine is running. Wal-Mart & some parts stores now sell a Chinese knock-off of the Hella switch linked above for about $10. It's not worth it..."
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
Module pics
Source: by Mikey350 at SuperMotors.net
Pin-Out Diagram in a 94
Source: by Ford via miesk5 at broncolinks.com
Programming Procedure & Connector Location Diagram, Bronco, 92-96; "From the Ford service CD: Programming, Electronic Door Lock Control Processor Note: The remote entry features will not function when the key is in the RUN or ACCESSORY position. To unlock the driver's door, press the UNLOCK button on the transmitter (which is programmed into the remote entry receiver module) once. This will also disarm the anti-theft system, if equipped. To unlock all doors, press the UNLOCK button on the transmitter twice. The second depression must be within five seconds of the first UNLOCK depression. If more than five seconds have elapsed since the first depression of the UNLOCK button, pressing the UNLOCK button again will only unlock the driver's door. To turn on interior lamps (13776), press either UNLOCK or PANIC. To lock all doors, press the LOCK button on the transmitter once. To confirm that doors have locked, press LOCK button again, within five seconds of the first depression. This will beep the horn (13832), flash the parking lamps and lock all doors again. To activate the personal security alarm, press the red PANIC button. The horn will beep and parking lamps (13201) will flash for a maximum of two minutes, forty-five seconds. To deactivate the personal security alarm, press the red PANIC button again or turn the ignition switch (11572) ON. Note: The remote entry receiver module erases all previous transmitters from memory when the transmitters are programmed or reprogrammed. The remote entry receiver module can store up to four transmitters in memory. To program (or reprogram) transmitter(s) into the remote entry receiver module, perform the following steps: 1. Turn key to the ON or ON/ACCESSORY position and momentarily short the two terminals of the program connector (C4) (a two-pin connector taped to the wire assembly connected to the remote entry receiver module, approximately 6 inches from the remote entry receiver module). All doors should lock then unlock. Remove shorting pin. 2. Press any button on transmitter. All doors should lock then unlock to verify that the transmitter has been programmed. If door locks do not respond, press button again (up to three times maximum with the same transmitter). 3. Repeat Step 2 to program additional transmitters into the remote entry receiver module (up to four transmitters maximum). 4. Key off. All doors should lock then unlock. 5. Check operation..."
Source: by miesk5 at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) Module pics
Source: by Mikey350 at SuperMotors.net
Symbols in Wiring Diagrams
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at SuperMotors.net
Wiring Diagram in Starting System in a 94 from EVTM
Source: by Mikey350 at SuperMotors.net