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This one is a 2012 Kia Sportage Non-Push start using a 4103


Drivers dash has 2 phillps head screws in the 2 bottom corners

side of drivers dash is held in by plastic clips

On the side of drivers dash there 2 more phillps head screws

5 10mm bolts how the metal in

Phillps head screw on both sides

Phillps head under column shroud

shot of the front of fuse box bottom Lrg connector is the one with the locks and FAD wire

i usually unplug this and remove the gray top

Lock- Blue/Black

Unlock- Gray/Black

Factory alarm Disarm- Red

Drivers door unlock relay-Yellow/Black in back of fuse box. Need to tie this in with the unlock wire using a diode in between the too(diode band facing Starter)

Hood pin- Red/Black

Connector unplugged where hood pin wire is

Horn- White

Parking lights-Blue at light switch

Ingition Harness Ingition-Green, Acc1-Blue,Acc2-White,Starter-White,12v-Red,12v-Pink (Sorry for the bad pic)

Tach-Black at cylinder 4 coil

One I forgot is the brake wire -blue at brake switch
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Great info, thanks!  Still no transponder immobilizers in the U.S. market 2012 non-PTS KIA's?
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No nothing on those   just on the high end sedonas and borregos   all I've seen with the transponders.
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Nice. I see Ze Koreans are using ze Cherman quadlock plugs now (Mit ze poor Cherman accent).
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ha ha ha Howie I will agree because I have no idea what you are talking about
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The plug with the lock wires is called a quadlock, that fuse box is starting to lock like it came from Siemens in Germany.
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Ohh ok now I understand
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I was being stupid, probably managed to offend everyone of middle European origins. Just that I've never seen a quadlock on an oriental car before,solely European, having said that who knows what comes from where any more.
Half of the Kias and Hyundais come from Hungary!
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Thank you chev104275 for your great job.
I want mount my alarm on my new sportage 2012.
Please, could you confir me the connection, trigger door and ACC?

this my alarm wiring diagram:


Trigger door is neg. or pos. ? color of wire?
ACC color wire? Use Acc1-Blue or Acc2-White?

Thanks in advance
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If you're in Italy throw away that alarm and use a Cobra or Metra, that alarm is a POS. Reason? You should never cut the fuel pump or ignition, only the starter wire and what do they mean by fuel sensor wire RX and TX?
Bet it's a Chinese alarm.
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