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2007 toyota prius remote start diagram


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elite-fusion 
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Posted: March 15, 2007 at 11:09 PM / IP Logged  
Can someone please please please help me out here, i need to install a Viper 5900 into my prius but no idea as to how meaning i would need diagrams please....PLEASE HELP :(
Mike M2 
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Posted: March 16, 2007 at 6:35 AM / IP Logged  
12volts white and red (common 15A)  +  PSC ECU, pins 12 and 33
Notes: The PSC (Power Source Control) ECU is under the driver side dash, near the firewall.
Starter yellow  +  PSC ECU, pin 39
Notes: The PSC (Power Source Control) ECU is under the driver side dash, near the firewall.
Second Starter N/A    
Ignition purple  +  PSC ECU, pin 35
Notes: The PSC (Power Source Control) ECU is under the driver side dash, near the firewall.
Second Ignition black  +  PSC ECU, pin 34
Notes: The PSC (Power Source Control) ECU is under the driver side dash, near the firewall.
Third Ignition N/A    
Accessory green  +  PSC ECU, pin 11
Notes: The PSC (Power Source Control) ECU is under the driver side dash, near the firewall.
Second Accessory N/A    
Keysense yellow  -  key slot harness
Notes: Using the status output wire from the remote start to trigger this wire will disarm the alarm without unlocking the doors.
Power Lock blue  -  driver kick, blue plug, pin 14
Power Unlock pink (double pulse)  -  driver kick, blue plug, pin 13
Lock Motor yellow  5wi driver kick, 10 pin plug, pin 9
Unlock Motor green  5wi driver kick, 10 pin plug, pin 10
Parking Lights+ brown  +  fuse box, top left plug, pin 10
Parking Lights- yellow  -  headlight switch
Hazards lt. green  -  hazard switch
Turn Signal(L) yellow  +  fuse box, top left plug, pin 27
Turn Signal(R) green  +  fuse box, top left plug, pin 28
Reverse Light red  +  driver kick, 11 pin plug, pin 6
Door Trigger see notes  -  fuse box, top left plug
Notes: The driver door trigger is purple in pin 21, the front passenger door trigger is brown in pin 24, and the rear door trigger is red in pin 20. Use all three wires and diode isolate each.
Dome Supervision blue  -  fuse box, 6 pin plug, pin 2
Trunk/Hatch Pin red  -  fuse box, top left plug, pin 7
Hood Pin pink  -  BECU, 16 pin plug, pin 5
Notes: The BECU (Body ECU) is attached to the back of the fuse box.
Trunk/Hatch Release pink  -  driver kick, 22 pin plug, pin 17
Power Sliding Door N/A    
Factory Alarm Arm arms with lock    
Factory Alarm Disarm disarms with unlock    
Disarm No Unlock use key sense wire    
Tachometer program engine checking off    
Wait to start N/A    
Brake Wire blue  +  brake pedal switch
Parking Brake red  -  parking brake switch
Horn Trigger orange  -  horn switch
Memory Seat 1 N/A    
Memory Seat 2 N/A    
Memory Seat 3 N/A    
2007 toyota prius remote start diagram -- posted image.
Interface Module:Category:
Immobilizer Bypass
Required:
Yes
Type:
Transponder
Part #: 556UW
Mike M2
Tech Manager
CS Dealer Services
elite-fusion 
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Posted: March 16, 2007 at 7:36 AM / IP Logged  

are you sure this is for a Toyota Prius 2007? sorry to make it seem like you dontknow what your talking about, but i just want to make sure before i do anything insane to the care hehe, so im just confirming to make sure 100% you know

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Posted: March 16, 2007 at 10:00 AM / IP Logged  
Elite,
That is the wiring. You will need to find these wire and STILL test before going forward anyway.
Put it this way, if the wire color is off or you can't find it at the said location or it's missing or something, then, yeah you counld say this is not the diagram for the car your working on...
You still need to use our best judgment before tearing things up...
elite-fusion 
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Posted: March 16, 2007 at 4:04 PM / IP Logged  
no no no, dont get me wrong, im not saying that its wrong, im just double checking if its right because a car is a car you know, and im just making sure, dont take it the wrong way, i appriciate your help guys thanks, and sorry for the missunderstanding
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Posted: March 16, 2007 at 8:48 PM / IP Logged  
no problem.. hey good luck with your install2007 toyota prius remote start diagram -- posted image.
elite-fusion 
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Posted: March 17, 2007 at 1:17 AM / IP Logged  
thanks =D ill deff need it lolz =D
elite-fusion 
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Posted: March 18, 2007 at 2:21 PM / IP Logged  

alright installed the viper 5900 remote starter and security system...works great, thanks for your help guys...BUT there is one little problem lol

since its a 2007 toyota prius hybrid with smart key system keyless entry....and since one of the remotes is in the dashbored for the remote starter to work, anyone can basically come up to the car and press the buttons on the door to open the car as if they have a key since the key is in the car already, so i was just wondering how would i deactivate those buttons on the doors and hatch for them NOT to work and NOT to open the door when pressed? PLEASE GET BACK TO ME


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