Pretty much. Wait for Sparks to come back to verify...he knows these cars a wee bit better than I doThank you this makes alittle more sense to me now. Ill probably head to autozone first thing in the morning in search for the wire and fuse setup. Oh where can I get my 12 volts from and how? Ill just type down what Im picturing in my head that makes sense to me from everything Ive seen so far, I hope I make sense of this.
So basically Im removing the connector from the bcm so that I can test the signal wires themselves to make sure current is getting through with out any problems. By doing this I will use the car battery? Oh great I think Im lost again.. ahh ok so I will use straight piece of wire like you mentioned and attach one end into the connector pin and the other end im not quite sure yet but I know there is a 5amp fuse in between the wire and where its going.
You can pick the 12V from any live circuit in the fuse box...there are a few, usually larger wires. A couple of them are on all the time, and a couple are switched with the key.
I shouldn't say any, you want one capable of handling the current; I would pick a 15 or 20A fuse to tap.