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darkcyde98 
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I have to install an Autopage Remote Starter in a 2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara. Does anyone have the Tech Sheet for this truck? I am cautious because the key does not need to be in the ignition for the truck to start. Do still need to use a bypass if a spare key is left in the truck?
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I can't copy and paste - but this is from Scytek:

2007 Grand Vitara

12v Const. - WHITE/ green  on junction block under dash or ign. switch.

Starter - BLACK / YELLOW 16 gauge same locations
Ignition - BLACK / YELLOW 12 gauge same locations
Accessory - Yellow same locations

Tach - WHITE/ red at cam sensor front of engine.

Brake - GREEN / WHITE in DKP harness
Parking lights - RED / yellow(+)  at white fusebox connector - right of fuses.
Lock/Arm - Pink (-) at white 22 pin fusebox conn. left of fuses
Unlock/Disarm - Pink/blue (1 pulse to disarm, 2 to unlock) same location as lock/arm
Door trigger - BLACK/ orange (Driver) & BLACK/ red(all others) incl. back hatch) at BCM left of steering column 40pin conn. pins 39,38

Hand brake - RED / Black 40 pin BCM conn. pin 8

Horn - Blue at gray conn. bottom of fusebox.

Additionally in regards to the proximity key - with a key left in the car it will naturally start without a bypass. However it will also be driveable by anyone who can get in the car.  For security I would recommend using DEI's 1101T proximity key bypass or equivalent (the 1101T has a coin cell adapter that only powers that spare key during remote start). 

Also, it would be prudent to connect the door triggers to the hoodpin shutdown, since a thief could get in while remote started, turn the ignition switch to run, hit the brakes and drive off just fine.

If you have a spare auxiliary channel to work with you could connect it to a relay to interrupt that door trigger to shutdown connection and program it for 30 seconds or so timed(this gives the customer a window in which they can push the aux channel, and open their door without the car shutting down).

I know this sounds confusing and a pain in the ass for the car owner and installer - but it's the only way to maintain factory security.

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chriswallace187 wrote:

I can't copy and paste - but this is from Scytek:

2007 Grand Vitara

12v Const. - WHITE/ green on junction block under dash or ign. switch.

Starter - BLACK / YELLOW 16 gauge same locations
Ignition - BLACK / YELLOW 12 gauge same locations
Accessory - Yellow same locations

Tach - WHITE/ red at cam sensor front of engine.

Brake - GREEN / WHITE in DKP harness
Parking lights - RED / yellow(+) at white fusebox connector - right of fuses.
Lock/Arm - Pink (-) at white 22 pin fusebox conn. left of fuses
Unlock/Disarm - Pink/blue (1 pulse to disarm, 2 to unlock) same location as lock/arm
Door trigger - BLACK/ orange (Driver) & BLACK/ red(all others) incl. back hatch) at BCM left of steering column 40pin conn. pins 39,38

Hand brake - RED / Black 40 pin BCM conn. pin 8

Horn - Blue at gray conn. bottom of fusebox.

Additionally in regards to the proximity key - with a key left in the car it will naturally start without a bypass. However it will also be driveable by anyone who can get in the car. For security I would recommend using DEI's 1101T proximity key bypass or equivalent (the 1101T has a coin cell adapter that only powers that spare key during remote start).

Also, it would be prudent to connect the door triggers to the hoodpin shutdown, since a thief could get in while remote started, turn the ignition switch to run, hit the brakes and drive off just fine.

If you have a spare auxiliary channel to work with you could connect it to a relay to interrupt that door trigger to shutdown connection and program it for 30 seconds or so timed(this gives the customer a window in which they can push the aux channel, and open their door without the car shutting down).

I know this sounds confusing and a pain in the ass for the car owner and installer - but it's the only way to maintain factory security.

can you explain how to wire that realy i been braking my head :D thank you in advance
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remote start for 2007 suzuki grand vitara -- posted image.

Pin 87 will not need to be used.

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Are you sure that the ignition key slot will turn forward without the proximity key being in the vehicle? I have only done one of the Grand Vitara and it was last year but if I recall the vehicle did not have a transponder to worry about per say. Again I might be wrong here but I am pretty sure that you can do the RS without any bypass module at all. When the owner gets into the vehicle they still need the remote with them to allow them to turn the "key cylinder" to the run position and allow them to drive.
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