Stratus V6-2.5L VIN H (1997)
Arm/Disarm Switch: Description and Operation
There are two switches used to ARM and DISARM the system. They are located in the left front and right front doors. These switches use resistors
internal to the switch to send a signal to the Body Control Module (BCM) on the operators request. Power for the switches is supplied on circuit
M1. This circuit is the Ignition-Off-Draw (IOD) circuit and is protected by a 10 amp fuse located in cavity 5 of the junction block.
When the operator has selected the ARM or DISARM function voltage is supplied on circuit M1 through the CLOSED contacts in the switch,
through the appropriate resistor, to the BCM. Circuit C73 is used as an input to the BCM for the left door switch, and circuit G72 is used for the
right door switch.