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Default 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix: PK3 module wiring for Viper remote start

I'm installing a Viper 150 ESP. I'm trying to figure out the PK3 module wiring to bypass the factory Passkey security system. Below is the wiring list on the back of the module, and I'm using the Grand Prix wiring site to try to figure out what to hook up to:

Red -- 12V+
Black -- Ground
Blue -- (-) Remote start
Green -- Key Sense
Purple -- Data (I/O)
Pink -- IGN (ECM side)
Pink/Black -- IGN (Key side)
Blue/White -- Fuel Enable

Red and Black are obvious, and Blue connects to the remote start unit.

I think Green should connect to BCM Connector 2, D2, Light Green, Key In Ignition Input (-).

I have no idea what Purple should connect to.

I think Pink should connect to BCM Connector 2, C13, Pink, Ignition Feed.

I don't know what Pink/Black should connect to.

I don't know what Blue/White should connect to.

Can any1 help me out?
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Default Re: 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix: PK3 module wiring for Viper remote start

All wiring is usually/should be done at the Passkey module at the ignition switch.
Almost... all of the wire colors on your PK3 module will match the wire colors on the vehicle.
Wire up the Red, Black, and Blue wires of the PK3 module as you have already described

Key Sense is Lt Green in the vehicles Ignition Harness

Check for the following wires at the PK module on the vehicle
Pink - Ignition (Wire gets cut in half and ends go to Pink and Pink/Black of your PK3 bypass module)
Purple - Data
Dark Blue - Fuel Enable

Other documents that may be helpful (I can't recall if 2004 still had same wiring as the 2000 model)
97 & Up Grand Prix.pdf
Grand Prix.pdf

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Default Re: 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix: PK3 module wiring for Viper remote start

Now that the weather is warming up, I'm getting back to this job. Unfortunately, I can't find the Purple or Dark Blue wires in the factory wiring diagrams from the website I listed above. What I really need is the installation manual from the DEI website, but I don't have a dealer login

https://www.directechs.com/vehicleco...&countryID=223
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