Thanks for the tip mang, gotta draw out the circuits before proceeding :thumbsup:
Yup, looked at the schematics :thumbsup:. For this DIY though, I'm using the OEM JDM relay for peeps that have acquired the complete set. 1 relay, less wiring and OEM-style install :giggity:. Swapped the DC2 relay for the correct DC5 relay during my lunch break, LOL.
If I can't find any more info on the elusive relay, I'm just going to hook up everything to the ignition like you and Krisen and call it a day :thumbsup:. The circuit diagram for the Acura keyless entry can be found on page 22-156 on the Helms manual and I'm almost convinced that it's the same as the JDM relay.Well when you wire it to the ignition, the switch and jdm relay become useless.
Plus I had my DC4 wired with just a reverse polarity switch - no relays at all - and it works. Reverse polarity switch can be your window switch for example.
I was told, never confirmed, that the the mirrors can work with the keyless entry. But I never bothered on figuring out whether or not that is even possible possible.
And for the push start, I wish I knew what you met by it, because I had to do a custom setup to get that to work, I got it without a harness
Technically, yeah, 4 wires will work. The 5th wire is the ground, which is usually connected to the e-brake switch. But the JDM relay, it looks like the keyless entry unit which I don't think will work at all. I've wired up a set of power folding mirrors for a 93 Civic hatchback, using the OEM JDM switch and relay and it's as easy as matching the colors lol. Trying to do the same thing for the DC5 mirrors is just puzzling.Well wouldn't it need just 4 wires any ways?
I don't have the relay or switch lol
I have no idea what the back of that switch looks like.
However to get it to work, with a reverse polarity switch, which is what that JDM switch is, you would need one ground, one constant 12v, one going to the each mirror (the split wire you're looking at) and one going to the switch.
That makes 4. I'll double check what I just wrote to you, I'll draw a quick diagram so you can understand what I mean.
You have to phone in and order it, just ask for Steve (I think he's part owner?).hey can u send me the link from where you bought these ??? i went to h-motors online website n couldn't find out these.. i kw this thread is old but may b they r still selling