Are you talking about the immolizer bypass for the chipped key, as if you were doing a remote start? If so it taps into the box thats near the steering column under the dash on the left side I believe. You need power, ground and the blue wire which is status or the remote start active wire. I can get the exact wire colors if needed this is what I do for a living
Here you go and I have one for sale too.
■ RED: Connect this wire to a constant (+)12 volt source.
■ BLACK: Connect this wire to a quality chassis ground.
Preferably scraped sheet metal (Do not use the steering
column) separate from other component ground locations.
■ BLUE: Connect this wire to the BLUE status output of Directed’s
remote start. It must see ground during remote start.
■ GREEN: Connect this wire to the (-) key sense wire listed in
the Wire Color Guide. It is located in a six-pin molex at the
ignition cylinder. The key sense wire switches to ground
when the key is inserted into the ignition switch and the
Locate the ten-pin Molex plug located to the rear and above the
key cylinder for the following connections:
IMPORTANT! Signals on the immobilizer wires are Data,
not voltage. They can't be tested with conventional test
equipment. All connections should be made using solder
and tape to avoid any signal loss due to resistance in the
connections. Quick connects are not acceptable.
■ YELLOW/BLACK and YELLOW: Connect these wires to the Data
wire listed in the Wire Color Guide.
■ BROWN: Connect to the gray wire of the Immobilizer Control
■ PINK: Locate the Immobilizer Ignition Feed wire listed in the
Wire Color Guide and cut it. Connect this wire to the end of
the Immobilizer Ignition Feed wire that is going away from
the key cylinder (car side).
■ PINK/WHITE: Connect this wire to the end of the Immobilizer
Ignition Feed wire that goes toward the key cylinder (key
■ ORANGE: Connect to the light blue wire of the Immobilizer