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Old 10-12-2004, 11:09 PM   #126
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but I am in a good mood today.
if you are attempting to install a DEI remote start.. instead of tying the neutral sensor to the hood pin.. you can actually hook it up to the neutral safety switch wire. which is a thin gauge black-white wire coming out of rhe remote start plug of the brain of the DEI alarm. save the diodes for something else...
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Old 10-12-2004, 11:29 PM   #127
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i'm curious, have you done a dei remote start install on a pre 05 impreza? b/c the nps switch throws ground when in gear. the nss input needs to see ground in order for remote start or valet take over mode. tapping the nps wire to the nss won't allow remote start to occur in this setup.

i haven't verified the nps wire off the 05 sti, but reports from fellow owners who've metered the wire indicate it throws ground in neutral.

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if you are attempting to install a DEI remote start.. instead of tying the neutral sensor to the hood pin.. you can actually hook it up to the neutral safety switch wire. which is a thin gauge black-white wire coming out of rhe remote start plug of the brain of the DEI alarm. save the diodes for something else...

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Old 10-15-2004, 09:59 AM   #128
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anyone know if theres a positive door trigger?
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Old 10-15-2004, 10:54 AM   #129
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anyone know if theres a positive door trigger?
Positive door trigger from the car would only be maybe the dome light, otherwise it's negative.... If you want, you can use a relay to make the standard negative a postive output if your alarm brain doesn't have a negative input.

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Old 10-16-2004, 05:28 PM   #130
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i had couple questions about wiring up a alarm/keyless entry. if anyone can answer them please private message me and I will tell you what I am inquiring about.
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Old 11-21-2004, 04:03 PM   #131
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Okay, I'm working on puting a viper alarm in my subie and was wondering if anyone knows how the small gauge puple wire (-200ma starter output) from the relay satellite is supposed to function. There's no documentation on it in the install manual. My intuition told me that this wire most likely shows ground while the alarm is turning over the starter moter. It sounds like the perfect wire to hook into the clutch switch, but now whenever I push the clutch in, the starter motor runs. I find this perplexing as the wire "should" be an output. I don't have everything hooked up yet, but here's a list of signals that are installed:

all ignition harness wires
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12V constant & ground (to alarm brain)
door & trunk triggers
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I read that the blue status output could be used, but that will be going to the immobilizer bypass. Also, I'm hoping to be able to use the defroster output as well. Shouldn't the starter output be the correct wire? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-21-2004, 04:24 PM   #132
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the purple wire is the Starter Relay Turn On.. use the blue status output to the non-ground side of the clutch switch. be sure to diode isolate this wire to ensure the clutch switch doesn't throw back ground to the alarm/remote start system.

diode isolating this wire will allow the universal transponder bypass to function when the vehicle is being remote started without having the clutch interfering with it's function.

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Okay, I'm working on puting a viper alarm in my subie and was wondering if anyone knows how the small gauge puple wire (-200ma starter output) from the relay satellite is supposed to function. There's no documentation on it in the install manual. My intuition told me that this wire most likely shows ground while the alarm is turning over the starter moter. It sounds like the perfect wire to hook into the clutch switch, but now whenever I push the clutch in, the starter motor runs. I find this perplexing as the wire "should" be an output. I don't have everything hooked up yet, but here's a list of signals that are installed:

all ignition harness wires
starter output
12V constant & ground (to alarm brain)
door & trunk triggers
domelight output

I read that the blue status output could be used, but that will be going to the immobilizer bypass. Also, I'm hoping to be able to use the defroster output as well. Shouldn't the starter output be the correct wire? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-21-2004, 07:55 PM   #133
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Thanks for the info. I've got a couple other quick questions. Should the orange "ground when armed output" connect up to the interrupt relay coil (Security Module Pin 15)? This would retain the starter kill feature. Should the purple Starter Relay turn on hook up to anything? What's the best way to hook up the parking light output? Use pins 12 and 18 on the keyless entry module? Thanks again for all the help.
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Old 11-21-2004, 09:48 PM   #134
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would be nice if you provided which viper system you are installing.

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Thanks for the info. I've got a couple other quick questions. Should the orange "ground when armed output" connect up to the interrupt relay coil (Security Module Pin 15)? This would retain the starter kill feature. Should the purple Starter Relay turn on hook up to anything? What's the best way to hook up the parking light output? Use pins 12 and 18 on the keyless entry module? Thanks again for all the help.
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Old 11-22-2004, 07:08 AM   #135
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Sorry, it's a 791xv
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Old 11-29-2004, 02:07 PM   #136
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Can someone tell me which relays and diodes I need to order to install a Viper 791xv on to a 02 WRX wagon? I live in Germay were no one knows how to install a remote start due to legal issues. I have the wiring manual and just need a few specifics on getting this system installed.
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Old 11-29-2004, 06:27 PM   #138
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a relay is only needed for the dome light supervision, unless you plan on adding additional accessories to your alarm system. any bosch type 30/40 amp spdt relay will work. also, 1amp diode is fine... 1n400x radio shack typically carries them.

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Can someone tell me which relays and diodes I need to order to install a Viper 791xv on to a 02 WRX wagon? I live in Germay were no one knows how to install a remote start due to legal issues. I have the wiring manual and just need a few specifics on getting this system installed.
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I forgot to mention that it is a 5MT car. Do I need a relay to bypass the clutch? I read conflicting info on this.
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if the alarm/remote start has a negative or ground status output you can tap it to the non-ground side of the clutch switch. this will unlock the starter interlock to allow the starter motor to receive current. be sure to diode isolate this wire in case you need to use this wire for some other purpose.

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I forgot to mention that it is a 5MT car. Do I need a relay to bypass the clutch? I read conflicting info on this.
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Old 12-01-2004, 06:51 PM   #141
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Unhappy Viper 791XV vs. Interrupt Relay

Okay, I've been taking my sweet time installing my Viper 791XV into my '05 STi and have been trying to troubleshoot an issue I'm having with the stock interrupt relay (from the Subaru security system).

Pin 15 on the stock Security Module is an open collector output that controls the relay coil of the interrupt relay. This pin is normally open when the alarm is deactivated and shows ground for about 2 sec. when the alarm is activated (it then returns to the open state).

Looking at the wiring schematics for the interrupt relay, it appears to be normally closed, so when ground is applied to the coil it would disconnect the current path for the starter motor. So, I hooked up the orange ("ground when armed output") wire from the alarm to the security module. My thought was that whenever the alarm is armed, you wouldn't be able to activate the starter.

The problem is that when I use the key to start the car, the starter motor doesn't activate. If I remove the orange wire from the alarm, it works fine. I've tried this w/ and w/o the security module installed, and it's not an output contention problem. The logic seems like it should be right.

Any suggestions? The worst case scenario would be to just leave the wire disconnected since the alarm doesn't seem to let the starter engage once triggered. My next step is to get the remote start connector wired in (NPS, brake, tach., hoodpin and see if it'll start the car on its own. (cross fingers). Thanks in advance!
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Okay, I've been taking my sweet time installing my Viper 791XV into my '05 STi and have been trying to troubleshoot an issue I'm having with the stock interrupt relay (from the Subaru security system).

Pin 15 on the stock Security Module is an open collector output that controls the relay coil of the interrupt relay. This pin is normally open when the alarm is deactivated and shows ground for about 2 sec. when the alarm is activated (it then returns to the open state).

Looking at the wiring schematics for the interrupt relay, it appears to be normally closed, so when ground is applied to the coil it would disconnect the current path for the starter motor. So, I hooked up the orange ("ground when armed output") wire from the alarm to the security module. My thought was that whenever the alarm is armed, you wouldn't be able to activate the starter.

The problem is that when I use the key to start the car, the starter motor doesn't activate. If I remove the orange wire from the alarm, it works fine. I've tried this w/ and w/o the security module installed, and it's not an output contention problem. The logic seems like it should be right.

Any suggestions? The worst case scenario would be to just leave the wire disconnected since the alarm doesn't seem to let the starter engage once triggered. My next step is to get the remote start connector wired in (NPS, brake, tach., hoodpin and see if it'll start the car on its own. (cross fingers). Thanks in advance!
It seems as if you need a pulse when armed,The viper 791 has one,check the wire diagram and notes.
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Old 12-01-2004, 07:12 PM   #143
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if the alarm/remote start has a negative or ground status output you can tap it to the non-ground side of the clutch switch. this will unlock the starter interlock to allow the starter motor to receive current. be sure to diode isolate this wire in case you need to use this wire for some other purpose.

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Hey Netz,the 791 has a negative output during crank.purple wire off the relay pack.
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Old 12-02-2004, 07:07 AM   #144
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Hey Netz,the 791 has a negative output during crank.purple wire off the relay pack.
That was the same thing I was thinking and I connected the small purple wire of the relay pack to the non-ground side of the clutch. I think the install documentation is wrong because the signal acted like an input. Whenever I would push the clutch in it would crank the starter motor.

I'm not too thrilled with the installation manual for the 791XV. For a technical document there are a lot of errors. An example... take a look at the picture of the alarm with signal names (on of the last pages)... If you look at the signal actions for the door lock signals you'll notice they both say the same thing. I hooked mine up based on the action described in the harness tables listed earlier in the manual. So, I think they goofed when they said that the purple wire is an output. I'm knowledgeable in electronics and have installed various automotive electronics modules, but this is my first alarm install. Wiring things up isn't a problem, but it would be a lot easier if their documentation were correct. Perhaps someone else who has more experience working with this specific alarm could help us out. NetZ, I'd like to thank you for all the help you've provided.
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That was the same thing I was thinking and I connected the small purple wire of the relay pack to the non-ground side of the clutch. I think the install documentation is wrong because the signal acted like an input. Whenever I would push the clutch in it would crank the starter motor.

I'm not too thrilled with the installation manual for the 791XV. For a technical document there are a lot of errors. An example... take a look at the picture of the alarm with signal names (on of the last pages)... If you look at the signal actions for the door lock signals you'll notice they both say the same thing. I hooked mine up based on the action described in the harness tables listed earlier in the manual. So, I think they goofed when they said that the purple wire is an output. I'm knowledgeable in electronics and have installed various automotive electronics modules, but this is my first alarm install. Wiring things up isn't a problem, but it would be a lot easier if their documentation were correct. Perhaps someone else who has more experience working with this specific alarm could help us out. NetZ, I'd like to thank you for all the help you've provided.
Install a diode to prevent the clutch from sending ground to the relay pack.There is another wire on the alarm that pulse during crank,it is with a short set off wires that includes a Lt green/Blk stripe.The doorlock wires does both positive and negative pulse.The polarity is reverse to suit the installation.Read carefully.

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Old 12-02-2004, 02:55 PM   #146
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hmm,

the viper remote start systems need to see ground in order for remote start and valet take over modes to occur. i typically recommend and install the black/white neutral safety sense of the viper system to the parking brake. this isn't 100% safe for manual transmissions, that's why the neutral position switch within the transmission is used to trigger the hood input of the remote start system.

when the vehicle is in gear the neutral position switch within the transmission will throw ground to the vehicle's ecu. you can wire inline with a diode to the remote start system's hood pin input. the remote start system will think the hood is open and will either turn off the remote start or prevent remote start from happening.

you can also wire the neutral position switch to a 12 volt relay to send ground to the viper's neutral safety sense input. wire as follows:

use the 2nd ignition output of the remote start system (this wire isn't used for the impreza since it only has 1 ignition wire off the ignition harness) to Pin 86

Wire the neutral position switch to Pin 85. It's advisable to install a quenching diode to prevent voltage feedback to either the ecu or the neutral position switch. A pre-wired starter kill will typically come with the diode installed on Pin 86 and Pin 85.

Parking brake wire to Pin 87a

Pin 30 to remote start systems neutral safety sense input (ie. black/white wire for dei remote start systems)

This will provide at least 2 levels of safety, the neutral position switch and the parking brake check. If the vehicle is in neutral and the parking brake isn't engaged the neutral safety sense will never see ground and thus preventing or disabling remote start/valet take over.

if the parking brake is engaged and the vehicle is in gear, the relay trips open and the neutral safety sense never see's ground.

Always use common sense anyway b/c the neutral position switch is mechanical and may not throw ground at all.

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couple questions,
1 if im sending this neutral position wire to a non used input(trunk, also doesnt start car if trunk is open) do I still need to diode isolate it ?
2 what voltage does this neutral position wire send in both park and in gear ? I ran the wire thinking i had the right wire, then got same voltage in both gear and neutral, something like 5 volts could i have been on the wrong wire ?
3 wired the dome light as described with a relay, and its not staying on for the 20 seconds my alarm says it will, it just pulses on then goes off with the normal fade out, any ideas ?

On a side note thanks for all the input above that helped me in my install, the only differences I found were the wire colors on the power windows I found on the kick were different color then stated in this thread or another thread on this forum, but I seem to think the colors change after a certain plug, and I used wires before the change and I thinkthe install tip was using wires after the plug, anyway great help, much appreciated...
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subaru security starter kill relay is normally closed. disconnect the subaru security module located behind the glove box and you're set. you can ask your local subaru dealer for the jumper plug if you don't want the starter kill relay. the jumper plug is white and has a black wire loop.

if you planned on installing the remote start feature the starter output has to be wired from the starter kill relay to the starter motor in order for the remote start system to power the starter motor.

best bet is to use a turbo timer harness and do all the necessary remote start wiring. be sure to disguise the installation using black electrical tape and wire loom.

since you have an 05 sti... did you get a universal transponder bypass module to temporarily bypass the vehicle's transponder system to unlock the ignition system for remote start?

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Okay, I've been taking my sweet time installing my Viper 791XV into my '05 STi and have been trying to troubleshoot an issue I'm having with the stock interrupt relay (from the Subaru security system).

Pin 15 on the stock Security Module is an open collector output that controls the relay coil of the interrupt relay. This pin is normally open when the alarm is deactivated and shows ground for about 2 sec. when the alarm is activated (it then returns to the open state).

Looking at the wiring schematics for the interrupt relay, it appears to be normally closed, so when ground is applied to the coil it would disconnect the current path for the starter motor. So, I hooked up the orange ("ground when armed output") wire from the alarm to the security module. My thought was that whenever the alarm is armed, you wouldn't be able to activate the starter.

The problem is that when I use the key to start the car, the starter motor doesn't activate. If I remove the orange wire from the alarm, it works fine. I've tried this w/ and w/o the security module installed, and it's not an output contention problem. The logic seems like it should be right.

Any suggestions? The worst case scenario would be to just leave the wire disconnected since the alarm doesn't seem to let the starter engage once triggered. My next step is to get the remote start connector wired in (NPS, brake, tach., hoodpin and see if it'll start the car on its own. (cross fingers). Thanks in advance!
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yes, but every time you push the clutch the purple wire will receive ground and will trip the relay to power the starter motor. diode isolate this wire from the purple wire to the non-ground side of the clutch switch or use the blue status output.

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Hey Netz,the 791 has a negative output during crank.purple wire off the relay pack.
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Old 12-02-2004, 08:54 PM   #149
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1) remote start will shutdown under these situations: hood pin, over/under rev, brake input and interruption of the neutral safety input (ie. if tapped to parking brake, and parking brake was released during remote start or valet take over mode)

hooking the nps wire to trunk won't do anything since the trunk will not shutdown the remote start. bad feature of the dei alarm/remote start... if the alarm goes off from any of the zones being tripped the remote start should shutdown... g4/g5 remote start systems has this additional shutdown feature...

2) pre 05, diode isolate the nps wire to the hood pin... 05+ install diode on brake wire to brake input. wire nps between the diode and the brake input. this will prevent the brake lights from coming on every time the vehicle is in gear.

3) mine does the same, works as normal... the domelight supervision works by tripping the door pin on the keyless or integrated module. as soon as you arm the alarm the ground is removed and the light will fade. when you disarm the alarm, ground is sent to the door pin and the dome light will turn on and should fade when you enter the vehicle and close all the doors and turn the vehicle on...

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couple questions,
1 if im sending this neutral position wire to a non used input(trunk, also doesnt start car if trunk is open) do I still need to diode isolate it ?
2 what voltage does this neutral position wire send in both park and in gear ? I ran the wire thinking i had the right wire, then got same voltage in both gear and neutral, something like 5 volts could i have been on the wrong wire ?
3 wired the dome light as described with a relay, and its not staying on for the 20 seconds my alarm says it will, it just pulses on then goes off with the normal fade out, any ideas ?

On a side note thanks for all the input above that helped me in my install, the only differences I found were the wire colors on the power windows I found on the kick were different color then stated in this thread or another thread on this forum, but I seem to think the colors change after a certain plug, and I used wires before the change and I thinkthe install tip was using wires after the plug, anyway great help, much appreciated...
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thanks for the comments netZ but maybe i wasnt clear enough...

already tested my alarm with the trunk open(ex getting a ground signal) and the alarm comes back with error trunk and wont start? so if i were to wire the neutral wire to this input the car will not start in gear...also about the doom light when i disarm the alarm (airowlf 20099) and DO NOT GET IN, it only iluminates the doom light for a split second begins to fade, so the 20sec pulse is reduced to 1 sec or a quick hit for some reason, wondered if i wired it wrong, but it is wired as described with a relay, and still not sure about the wire on the ecu the gr/blk wire i tested did not change whether in neutral or in gear...so need to look into that further, do you happen to know which wire and on what sensor on the trans itself it would be maybe i can work it that way...alarm works great aside from no netrual protection atm...also dont get the range claimed, but i have the antenna stuck to the center console facing the back seat, prolly to low ? would i get alot more range if i moved it to the windsheild by the mirror ? guess thats it thanks for all the help//./
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