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2008 kia sedona and ready remote 23927


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88junktruck 
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Posted: February 08, 2009 at 7:48 PM / IP Logged  
I could use some help putting a starter in an 08 Kia Sedona.
I just bought the van and I have the 23927 so I'd like to make it work.
I could use a wire diagram, Door lock info, factory alarm disarm info and any tips and hints etc. Even if the tip is to go with another type of remote starter! I had this one lying around for years, I put one in my Dads truck and it worked flawlessly for many years but it was a lot of work to put in.
Any help, suggestions, tips would be very muck appreciated.
Thanks in advance
loneranger 
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Posted: February 09, 2009 at 9:17 PM / IP Logged  
12 VOLT CONSTANT  WHITE (+) and YELLOW (+)   @ IGNITION HARNESS  
 STARTER ORANGE (+)  @ IGNITION HARNESS  
 STARTER 2 N/A  
 IGNITION 1 GREEN (+) @ IGNITION HARNESS 
 IGNITION 2 N/A   
 IGNITION 3 N/A    
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1 BLUE (+)  @ IGNITION HARNESS  
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2 PINK (+)  @ IGNITION HARNESS  
 KEYSENSE N/A    
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) BLUE (-)  @ HEAD LIGHT SWITCH or IPM Module, BLUE 72-Pin Plug, Pin 69 See NOTE *1  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) N/A    
 POWER LOCK Use the FACTORY Alarm Arm wire    
 POWER UNLOCK See NOTE *2    
 LOCK MOTOR WIRE BLUE (TYPE C)  @ DDM, CONNECTOR 1 Pin 5 See NOTE *3  
 DOOR TRIGGER     
 DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION BLUE (-)  @ RAM, Right 16-Pin Plug, Pin 6 See NOTE *4  
 TRUNK RELEASE N/A    
 SLIDING POWER DOOR WHITE (-) Left and BLUE/BLACK (-) Right  @ SWITCH  
 HORN YELLOW (-)  @ HORN SWITCH or IPM, 42-Pin Plug, Pin 32, See NOTE *1  
 TACH PINK  @ Any Fuel-Injector  
 WAIT TO START LIGHT N/A    
 BRAKE WHITE (+)  @ SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL  
 FACTORY ALARM DISARM  RED (-)  @ DDM, Connector 2 Pin 1 See NOTE *3  
 ANTI-THEFT KIA's TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT System  @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER  
NOTES
 NOTE *1 the IPM ( Instrument Panel Module) is attached to the FUSEBOX under the DRIVERS SIDE of the DASH.
NOTE *2 to LOCK use the ORANGE (-) FACTORY ALARM ARM wire located at the Power Window switch in the Drivers Door, to UNLOCK use the UNLOCK MOTOR wire PINK (type c) wire located at the Drivers Power window switch Connector 1 Pin 4, this will UNLOCK ONLY the Drivers door. To UNLOCK the other doors, use a Double pulse on the Factory Disarm wire a RED (-) wire at the Drivers Power window switch Connector 2 Pin 1, test this wire, it will show GROUND when you UNLOCK with the Key in the Drivers door.OR YOU CAN USE A BYPASS MODEL XK01 WITH KIADL 1.0 FIRMWARE.
NOTE *3 the DDM (Drivers Door Module) is attached to the Power Window switch in the drivers door.
NOTE *4 the RAM (Rear Area Module) is attached to the FUSEBOX in the Drivers Side of the Cargo Area.
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88junktruck 
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Posted: February 09, 2009 at 11:27 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks a million.
I do have another question what company is this info from? it mentions a door lock module in the notes. I'd like to check on getting one of them.
Chris Luongo 
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Posted: February 10, 2009 at 6:37 AM / IP Logged  
I'm not sure where that information is coming from, bit it looks accurate.
The XK01 is from Trilogix, at www.bypasskit.com. It does doorlocks, factory arm/disarm, sliding doors, and power rear hatch. Wiring up the locks without the module would be very painful.
Wherever you choose to buy your XK01, make sure it's from a reputable seller who will flash it with the correct firmware for you. Out-of-the-box, it's not programmed to work for the Sedona.
Other thoughts:
As that information says, if you get postive parking lights at the dash dimmer switch, it doesn't light up the outside of the car.......use negative at the steering column.
I've always used voltage sensing on these vans, and they work fine.
The ignition wires look a little tight, but just unplug the harness from the back of the ignition switch, stretch the wires straight, and there's enough room to work.
Does your van have power sliding doors and/or hatch? If it does, I'm not sure if your remote starter has enough outputs to control all of those features. (Kia remote doesn't work when remote start is on.)
After you get the plastic dash panel down, you'll notice that two bolts for the metal knee bolster appear to be unaccessable. Unfortunately, the only way to get to them seems to be to trim away the plastic in front of them.......but once the car is back together, it's not visible at all.

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