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Old 10-26-2011, 08:49 PM   #526
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:07 AM   #527
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im working on hooking up my viper 5701 on my 03 wrx.

can anybody tell me where these wire go?

H3/6 red 30 amp fused ignition relay input
it says its the polarity feed for ignition 1 relay
where does it wire to?

also do i need any of the ignition 2 wires?
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Old 11-28-2011, 09:33 AM   #528
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Can someone with a DirecTechs account get me the Wiring Diagram for Alarm/RS into a 2011 Toyota Corolla S?

Also, which interface modules should I need?
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Old 11-28-2011, 10:21 AM   #529
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Can someone with a DirecTechs account get me the Wiring Diagram for Alarm/RS into a 2011 Toyota Corolla S?

Also, which interface modules should I need?
Check xpresskits.com or flash-it.com. Is it PTS or key?
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Old 11-28-2011, 10:22 AM   #530
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Chipped key. Has the Keyless Entry buttons right on the key..pretty sure its just Keyless Entry and not Alarm.
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:12 PM   #531
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Chipped key. Has the Keyless Entry buttons right on the key..pretty sure its just Keyless Entry and not Alarm.
Both can be tested.

Security Test:
1. Roll down drivers window
2. Close all entry points (hood, doors, trunk)
3. Lock doors from keyless remote.
4. Wait 60 seconds, open vehicle from inside. If alarm sounds vehicle has OEM security.
5. If alarm does not sound open drivers door.
6. Press the lock button on the drivers door, shut drivers door.
7. Wait 60 seconds, retry opening door from inside.
8. If alarm sounds vehicle has OEM security. If not, there is no OEM security.

Coded Key Test:
1. Grab some tin foil
2. Take key, wrap the HEAD of the key in AT LEAST 3 layers of tin foil.
3. You should be able to still put the key in the ignition and turn it with the tin foil on the key head.
4. 1 of 3 things will happen when you try to start the vehicle with the key head wrapped in tin foil.
4. a. Car just cranks but does not start.
4. b. Car starts but shuts off within 10 seconds
4. c. Car starts and does not shut off.

If 4.c. is what happens, key is not coded meaning you do not need a bypass module from either site I listed before.

the12volt.com has listings for 2009 corolla, I want to say wiring might be a little different though for 2011. If I have time I might be able to get you a copy of the 2011. If you have time though, I'd grab a multimeter and grab the 09 listings and check out if they match at all. If they do you can get done without having to wait.
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:10 PM   #532
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hey guys, tried searching but couldn't find anything.

Not even sure if this is possible, but can i install a remote start into my 05 sti which is equipped with lojack early warning?

i am thinking no because the little key fob on my keys needs to be in the car when its started or it will trigger to lojack. I'm not sure how far you can be from the car without it triggering that.
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:54 PM   #533
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hey guys, tried searching but couldn't find anything.

Not even sure if this is possible, but can i install a remote start into my 05 sti which is equipped with lojack early warning?

i am thinking no because the little key fob on my keys needs to be in the car when its started or it will trigger to lojack. I'm not sure how far you can be from the car without it triggering that.
Not familiar with how lojack integrates in the vehicle, but ASSUMING that it has an ignition trigger wire to set off the system should the car be "hot wired" without the fobs you speak of. You could wire a relay up to isoloate the lojack system from the remote start so it doesn't cause any issues. Or if you have a newer viper system use the pink/black to isloate the ignition system and the lojack. Once again this is assuming the lojack is using an ignition trigger.
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Old 11-30-2011, 12:17 AM   #534
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Not familiar with how lojack integrates in the vehicle, but ASSUMING that it has an ignition trigger wire to set off the system should the car be "hot wired" without the fobs you speak of. You could wire a relay up to isoloate the lojack system from the remote start so it doesn't cause any issues. Or if you have a newer viper system use the pink/black to isloate the ignition system and the lojack. Once again this is assuming the lojack is using an ignition trigger.
Lojack only connects with 2 wires to the vehicle. The early warning is dependent on the fobs being in proximity to the unit.
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Old 11-30-2011, 12:34 AM   #535
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Lojack only connects with 2 wires to the vehicle. The early warning is dependent on the fobs being in proximity to the unit.
So are you saying power and ground? So how does it know that the car is running, does it monitor the voltage of the battery?
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Old 11-30-2011, 08:27 AM   #536
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i'm not really sure how its wired up... lol. thats why I came in here, hoping I could get it to work somehow.

I only want the remote start for cold mornings honestly, and when i'm at my gf's apartment she has a ****load of stairs and I hurt my leg so its a PITA going up and down the stairs in the morning to go start my car.

Jay - do you have any idea how close you need to be to the car without tripping the early warning system?
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:20 AM   #537
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So are you saying power and ground? So how does it know that the car is running, does it monitor the voltage of the battery?
Early warning broadcasts to equipped patrol vehicles before you know so you don't have to place a call for them to be on the lookout.
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:20 AM   #538
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Jay - do you have any idea how close you need to be to the car without tripping the early warning system?
IIRC something like 25ish feet.
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:22 AM   #539
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Can someone with a DirecTechs account get me the Wiring Diagram for Alarm/RS into a 2011 Toyota Corolla S?

Also, which interface modules should I need?
Does the key have a tiny "G" stamped near the plastic head on the steel shaft?

You're probably looking at an EVO-ALL, EVO-CAN, or KEY-OVERRIDE-BYPASS. Anyone of them only requires 1 key to program.
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Old 11-30-2011, 06:41 PM   #540
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Does the key have a tiny "G" stamped near the plastic head on the steel shaft?

You're probably looking at an EVO-ALL, EVO-CAN, or KEY-OVERRIDE-BYPASS. Anyone of them only requires 1 key to program.
Pretty sure DB-ALL or FLCAN will work as well. Just have to make sure you use the correct firmware for the key you have. 40-bit standard or G stamped 80-bit.
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Old 12-01-2011, 09:03 PM   #541
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The key DOES have a G stamped on the Blade.

Looking on FlashLogic, it appears the FLC-AL(TB)-TL2 is what I need. Does that mean I need the FLCAN with that firmware on it?

FlashLogic has a diagram, but it doesnt seem that it's complete? I havent had a chance to totally draw it out yet, but the Toyota has Priority unlock but FlashLogic only lists a single unlock wire. (Unless Im misunderstanding how Priority Unlock works)

Does the FlashLogic module include an induction coil type thing? Or does it just completely replace that?

(Forgive me, Im new to the whole immobilizer bypass thing)
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Old 12-02-2011, 12:07 AM   #542
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The key DOES have a G stamped on the Blade.

Looking on FlashLogic, it appears the FLC-AL(TB)-TL2 is what I need. Does that mean I need the FLCAN with that firmware on it?

FlashLogic has a diagram, but it doesnt seem that it's complete? I havent had a chance to totally draw it out yet, but the Toyota has Priority unlock but FlashLogic only lists a single unlock wire. (Unless Im misunderstanding how Priority Unlock works)

Does the FlashLogic module include an induction coil type thing? Or does it just completely replace that?

(Forgive me, Im new to the whole immobilizer bypass thing)
Please link the diagram your looking at, pretty sure its complete if it's published for people to download it. Priority unlock is overrated too! You more than likely will need to program your system for double pulse unlock even if you disable the priorty unlock feature on your FLCAN. You will need a FLBPROG to program your FLCAN to the proper firmware and to do your feature settings. If you don't have one your local BestBuy will be more than happy to do it for $20 + tax.

I have no idea what you are talking about an induction coil....? Unless your talking about the imobilizer, it's nothing like a 556uw. It does the bypass and any convience features via the data bus in the vehicle.
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Old 12-02-2011, 12:22 AM   #543
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The key DOES have a G stamped on the Blade.

Looking on FlashLogic, it appears the FLC-AL(TB)-TL2 is what I need. Does that mean I need the FLCAN with that firmware on it?

FlashLogic has a diagram, but it doesnt seem that it's complete? I havent had a chance to totally draw it out yet, but the Toyota has Priority unlock but FlashLogic only lists a single unlock wire. (Unless Im misunderstanding how Priority Unlock works)

Does the FlashLogic module include an induction coil type thing? Or does it just completely replace that?

(Forgive me, Im new to the whole immobilizer bypass thing)
Please link the diagram your looking at, pretty sure its complete if it's published for people to download it. Priority unlock is overrated too! You more than likely will need to program your system for double pulse unlock even if you disable the priorty unlock feature on your FLCAN. You will need a FLBPROG to program your FLCAN to the proper firmware and to do your feature settings. If you don't have one your local BestBuy will be more than happy to do it for $20 + tax.

I have no idea what you are talking about an induction coil....? Unless your talking about the imobilizer, it's nothing like a 556uw. It does the bypass and any convience features via the data bus in the vehicle.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:04 PM   #544
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looking for a good, decently priced universal remote start kit for my gf 's 2008 rav4. I don't know of a good one because there are so many to choose from.

can anyone recommend me a reliable and foolproof kit? Btw I'm going to have it professionally installed. Thanks in advance.
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bump for my post above, damn quick reply.
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looking for a good, decently priced universal remote start kit for my gf 's 2008 rav4. I don't know of a good one because there are so many to choose from.

can anyone recommend me a reliable and foolproof kit? Btw I'm going to have it professionally installed. Thanks in advance.
Best bet is to contact your local install shops, find prices, product warranties, labor warranties, and product availiability. If you're in a midwest to northern state, this time of year there might be a longer wait to get a system installed. Time to start doing some leg work!
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looking for a good, decently priced universal remote start kit for my gf 's 2008 rav4. I don't know of a good one because there are so many to choose from.

can anyone recommend me a reliable and foolproof kit? Btw I'm going to have it professionally installed. Thanks in advance.
They are all pretty much universal and the #1 factor will be the install as far as making them fool proof and problem free. If possible, ask to see pictures of past installs so you can see their workmanship. If the wiring is neat and tidy, they take pride in their work, if it is a rats nest, their work may be good but if/when you have a problem troubleshooting will be a nightmare.

Also, find out how long they have been doing them and develop a list of wants/needs and make sure that they are comfortable fulfilling them. Ask about hidden fees as well (shop supplies, bypass modules, relays, etc....) Most reputable places should be able to quote a 2008 Rav4 off the top of their heads and should know exactly what parts will be needed.

FYI they need a starter and bypass module, relays should not be necessary for doorlocks, but they will probably need one for the 2nd Starter and 2nd Ignition wires found on that vehicle....if they charge you "extra" to tie in the door locks I think they are ripping you off as the bypass module will handle all of that as well as vehicle security, immobilizer bypass, etc... so if they charge you extra for any one of those, I'd say they are just taking advantage of you financially.
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