Firstly, since the battery in all Chargers is in the trunk, any upfitting is done not through the firewall, but the rear seat/trunk.opening.I'm Looking to run a lot of wire for my LED emergency lights and I'm wondering if there is a way to run wire through my firewall (Should I make a hole) under my dash and how do I take my console out? Any know what I should do?
Yep there is a separate PTIM (police and taxi interface module) on a true police Charger (or Magnum) so you don't have top splice into other circuits and risk electrical damage.Firstly, since the battery in all Chargers is in the trunk, any upfitting is done not through the firewall, but the rear seat/trunk.opening.
If your car is an SE "retail" car, not a Charger Pursuit, you will have to hardwire - with fuses and/or relays - any of your electronics directly to the battery.
Charger Pursuits have a Vehicle Systems Interface Module that is utilized to control power to a primary control device, and for headlight/taillight flashers, etc. With this kind of car, it's best to find an upfitter to properly incorporate your equipment into the interface - with the net result being a fully tested, largely plug-n-play installation.
Correct. Originally called the Police Taxi Interface Module on the LX units, then VSIM on the LD Pursuits.The factory wig-wags, etc. were all done by the TIPM and PTIM controllers using the existing wiring harness. There was no drilling to route extra wires AFAIK.