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Old 02-04-2015, 03:18 AM   #1
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05-10 push start button wiring help

Hey fellas, so I've got a 2010 and I have the older 05-09 push start button the install says 2010. I don't didn't like the one for 10+ cause the blue light at night would drive me insane.

This one only has 2 wires a black that goes to the parking break.

The yellow wire I've no clue where it's supposed to go. I know it goes to the ignition but not sure which wire.

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I just plugged both of the wires to both ignition wires and it works fine.


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Which two wires are the ignition wires ?

So your saying the black wire doesn't go to the parking brake?
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These are the push start, what wires go where?
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Oh I just realized yours is a 2010 its looks different than mine. I have an 07


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05-10 push start button wiring help

Haha yeah, it can work with 2010 I've seen it but no install videos.

I'm assuming it can go to both ignition wires, the other one for 2010 has a wires that goes to parking break. But I don't think I need that.

I'm assuming I can wire the (yellow to the blue/grey ) and the (black to blue/white) ? Yes, no?
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Slot 7 is the (blue/white)
Slot 5 is the (blue/grey)

Which one is positive and negative, can't find any information for the push start on it. All say green or red from the push start mine are yellow and black.

I'm trying to figure out what color wire goes where.
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The black wire is usually the negative, right?
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Old 02-04-2015, 08:32 PM   #9
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On a set of instructions i found says

28. On the ignition switch connector, there is a GREEN wire on the far outside. You will need to cut this wire loose from the ignition switch connector. Attach this GREEN wire to either wire of the “ENGINE START” push-button pigtail; it does not matter which one.
Note:For this connection, you may use the supplied Quick Disconnect Heat-Shrink Terminals, but for best results, it is recommended that you solder this connection and Heat-Shrink or tape the exposed splice.
Note:Failing to cut this GREEN wire from the connector, will still permit the vehicle to be started with the key.
Note:For 2010 models, use the blue wire with the white stripe




29. On the opposite end of the GREEN wire in the ignition switch connector, there is a WHITE wire on the far outside. You will need to SPLICE into this wire with the remaining wire coming from the “ENGINE START” push-button pigtail.DO NOT CUT THIS WHITE WIRE!!!
Note:You may use the supplied Crimp-Lock connector, but for best results, it is recommended to solder this connection and Heat-Shrink or tape the exposed splice.
Note:For 2010 models, use the light gray wire with the purple stripe


I currently have no motor to test if its correct but hoping it will work.

soo looks like it doesnt matter which wire on the push start as long as you have the two (ignition) wires correct.

some install said slot 5 and slot 7 this one says one on far right and the far left. all these different installs have me confused and frustrated. im hoping this one is correct for the 2010 v6

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