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right he has the dreaded first run.
parts from both both gens

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I was right. 2000's do use Gen3 keypads
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pin....2000....................2003
8......Keypad 7/8..........keypad common
9...... Keypad 3 /4.........n/a
10.....Keypad 1 /2........n/a
22.....Keypad 5/6.........keypad common
23.....Keypad 9/0.........keypad common

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QUOTE (thesavo @ Sep 24 2009, 10:25 PM)
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I was right. 2000's do use Gen3 keypads[/b]
And 2000 only gem's.

.....damn.

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QUOTE (Bull Geek @ Sep 24 2009, 10:30 PM)
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QUOTE (thesavo @ Sep 24 2009, 10:25 PM)
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I was right. 2000's do use Gen3 keypads[/b]
And 2000 only gem's.

.....damn.
[/b][/quote]
It;s ok. when you are @ pull-a-part. get a 2001 and up KEypad,. it;s onlly a little more work.
and it usees LESS not MORE circuits. Tape off the Green/red and Yellow/black. and Ground the Brown wire. Simple.
Even better - re-purpose the gr/rd or ye/bk for your New puddle lamps ha! ha!

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QUOTE (thesavo @ Sep 24 2009, 11:34 PM)
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QUOTE (Bull Geek @ Sep 24 2009, 10:30 PM)
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QUOTE (thesavo @ Sep 24 2009, 10:25 PM)
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I was right. 2000's do use Gen3 keypads[/b]
And 2000 only gem's.

.....damn.
[/b][/quote]
It;s ok. when you are @ pull-a-part. get a 2001 and up KEypad,. it;s onlly a little more work.
and it usees LESS not MORE circuits. Tape off the Green/red and Yellow/black. and Ground the Brown wire. Simple.
Even better - repurpose the gr/rd and ye/bk for your New puddle lamps. ha! ha!:sign:
[/b][/quote]
The Pull A Part place has 01-03s but none of them have a keypad. Booo.

So I guess I need to get a 01-03 keypad like you said...buuuut, do I need to get any wiring after the harness? Or can i just unclip it and properly pin/depin it to match my current incar one?

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You will need to make an intermediate harness like I did for the diodes. IF you get 2 of those 8 pin connectors you can make one with out cutting.

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You will need to make an intermediate harness like I did for the diodes. IF you get 2 of those 8 pin connectors you can make one with out cutting.[/b]
That sounds like a good plan. Make an intermediate harness and properly run the wires in the door, then properly wire it @ the GEM. That way I don't cut up/hack up as much?

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QUOTE (Bull Geek @ Sep 24 2009, 10:55 PM)
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QUOTE (thesavo @ Sep 24 2009, 11:41 PM)
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You will need to make an intermediate harness like I did for the diodes. IF you get 2 of those 8 pin connectors you can make one with out cutting.[/b]
That sounds like a good plan. Make an intermediate harness and properly run the wires in the door, then properly wire it @ the GEM. That way I don't cut up/hack up as much?
[/b][/quote]
Yes. Sounds good to me. Get your self a male and female keypad connector. They are also under the car. passenger side middle vehicle somewhere. For fuel control to pump
and also headlamps.
Also found on explorers rear bumper area for tow capabilities.
you will need 8 female pins and 6 male pins exactly. but get extras for f* up reasons.

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QUOTE (outatyme @ Sep 24 2009, 10:53 PM)
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Hummm i know the T boned SEL I showed bullgeek that I got the 2000 GEM out of was an early production too.
The GEM from that car worked in the cousins 01 SES perfectly when i tested it. with the 01 CJB and all.
That car has a full undamaged TS door keypad on it too.

http://tcca.spindrive.mine.nu/pics/junkyar...el/DSCF1315.JPG[/b]
Perhaps 01 use Gen3 keypads too. or it;s an early model 2001.
anyone got a book to confirm?

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QUOTE (outatyme @ Sep 25 2009, 11:11 AM)
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I've ran through the wiring diagrams and 2000-2003 GEM's are all identical EXCEPT for how the driver door keypad is wired on the 2000.
They will all interchange safely with one another.[/b]
I concur. Some of the wordings of the functions are in question. But i think that it will bolt up fine.

Here is an updated pinout. With notes for a 2000 keypad.
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