Ford  Excursion 2002-
 PART   COLOR  LOCATION
 12 VOLT CONSTANT   YELLOW (+) and LIGHT GREEN/PURPLE (+)   @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 STARTER  GREEN (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 STARTER 2  N/A  
 IGNITION 1  RED/LIGHT GREEN (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 IGNITION 2  RED/BLACK (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 IGNITION 3  N/A  
 ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 1  GRAY/YELLOW (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
 ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 2  N/A  
 KEYSENSE  N/A  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - )  N/A  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + )  BROWN (+)  @ HEADLIGHT SWITCH
 POWER LOCK  WHITE/RED (TYPE B), See NOTE #2  @ VSM, See NOTE #4
 POWER UNLOCK  BLACK/WHITE (TYPE B), See NOTE #2  @ VSM, See NOTE #4
 DOOR TRIGGER  BLACK/LIGHT BLUE (+)  IN EITHER KICK PANEL
 DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION  USE DOOR TRIGGER  
 TRUNK RELEASE  N/A  
 SLIDING POWER DOOR  N/A  
 HORN  BLUE (-)  @ STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
 TACH  See NOTE #3  @ IGNITION COIL PACK
 WAIT TO START LIGHT  N/A  
 BRAKE  LIGHT GREEN (+)  @ SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL or at the VSM, See NOTE #4
 FACTORY ALARM DISARM   N/A  
 ANTI-THEFT  FORDS TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, See NOTE #1  @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER
 EXTRA INFORMATION
 NOTE #1: This vehicle is equipped with a Special Anti-theft key, to remote start you will need a Bypass module 791,(use this module IF you have a extra ignition key to place inside the 791 to remote start, if you do not have an extra key to use or wish not to have a key placed inside this bypass module, we OFFER a KEYLESS INTERFACE BYPASS MODULE that does not require a key to be placed inside the bypass modlue, this is Part # PKALL or PKFM, either one will work, to order, go to the INTERFACE BYPASS MODULE PAGE on this website. NOTE #2: This vehicle will need a relay part #775 added to the DOOR AJAR wire to wake up the GEM (Generic Electronic Module) so that the door will Unlock afer the vehicle has set for for several minutes, to connect, See DAIGRAM NOTE #3: At the COIL PACK use the wire that is NOT RED/LIGHT GREEN. NOTE #4: The VSM (Vehicle Security Module) is located to the RIGHT of the Gas Pedal, above the Transmission Hump, below the Radio.