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2009 Honda Odyssey Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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tx3kgtman 
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Can anyone help me by providing a wiring diagram for a 2009 honda odyssey touring edition for remote start, alarm, and keyless entry. I'm supposed to be doing the project tomarrow so any help would be great. Thanks

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Honda Odyssey 2009
WIRE COLOR LOCATION POL.
Battery 1 White [50a] Ignition Harness Left Kick Panel Positive
Ignition 1 BLACK / YELLOW Ignition Harness Left Kick Panel Positive
Starter 1 BLACK/ White Ignition Harness Left Kick Panel Positive
Accessory 1 BLACK/ Red Ignition Harness Left Kick Panel Positive
Parklights Positive RED / Black Driver Fuse Box, Connector J Positive
Parklights Negative RED / Black At Light Switch Negative
Brake Lights WHITE/ Black Junction White Connector On E-Brake Bracket Positive
Horn GREEN/ YELLOW Junction White Connector On E-Brake Bracket Negative
Tach YELLOW /GREEN At ECM Passenger Side Beside Of Fuse Box Mid Con1n cylin.
Lock Pink/Black Green Conn. Right Of Fuse Box (1) Negative
Unlock Green Green Conn. Right Of Fuse Box (1) Negative
Driver Door Unlock YELLOW /GREEN (2) In Driver's Door Reverse
E-Brake GREEN/ Orange At E-Brake Switch Negative
OEM Hood Switch Lt.GREEN/ Black At OEM Hood Switch Negative
Disarm White (2) Driver's Door Module, First Pulse Disarm Negative
Rearming WHITE/ Blue (2) Driver's Door Module Negative
Trunk Pin GREEN/ Black Pass. Side Quarter Panel At The J.B. Negative
KeySense RED / White Ignition Harness Negative
Door Pin FL Green Driver's Running Board Harness Negative
Door Pin RL GREEN/ YELLOW Driver's Running Board Harness Negative
Door Pin FR GREEN/ Red Driver's Running Board Harness Negative
Door Pin RR GREEN / WHITE Driver's Running Board Harness Negative
Fuel Pump YELLOW /GREEN Driver's Running Board Harness Positive
Rear Defogger BLACK / YELLOW Passenger Kick, Harness To Rear Pos 8 Min
VSS Blue/white PCM On the Passenger Side Fender, Conn. A Pin 29 AC
Head Lights BLACK/ Red or White At Light Switch Negative
Windows Roll Up See Diagram
Windows Roll Down See Diagram
Moon Roof Open GREEN/ YELLOW At Relays Under Driver Side Dash
Moon Roof Close GREEN/ Black At Relays Under Driver Side Dash
Memory Seat 1 Blue Above Driver Fuse Box, White 16 Pin Plug, Pin 13 Negative
Memory Seat 2 Blue / YELLOW Above Driver Fuse Box, White 16 Pin Plug, Pin 12 Negative
Wiper Protection GREEN / WHITE At Wiper Switch Open
BackUp Lights Green Driver's Kick Panel, Running Board Harness Positive
Driver Sliding Door See Diagram
Passenger Sliding Door see Diagram
Data GREEN/ Red Above Fuses, First Left Green Connector
IM/OM Compatibility
- OM-Honda-5 (310-907-533) - OM-CUT-II (310-908-500) - IM-Honda-3 (310-909-561) - OM-CUT-3 (310-907-516) - OM-Honda-6 (310-907-53
- OM-Honda-6 (310-907-534) - PKH34 - 755A2 - XK05 - PKH3 - PKALL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Comments :
Note: This vehicle has a transponder.See Picture.
(1) Test with passenger doorlock switch.
(2) See Diagram
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Think i would advise a door lock bypass with this one
tx3kgtman 
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Thanks for the information. I have also replied to your PM and sent you an email. Thanks again.
Harrison
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Sorry to bump this up - question about the bypass. Looked up and found the DB-ALL kit listed. Is that what would be recommended? Thanks in advance!
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idatalink, controls door locks, trunk, fad, faa, triggers, bypass all via data.
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sneakychaos 
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tedmond wrote:
idatalink, controls door locks, trunk, fad, faa, triggers, bypass all via data.
Thanks for the reply. I checked out their website but I'm a bit confused as to which module I would need.
I clearly have an Odyssey as I've brought this thread up, but it is a 2007 EX-L. I have (some) experiencing wiring alarms in the past, but mostly straight wire connections. The unit I'll be using is a Viper 5701, with the goal being able to control the factory alarm setup, and still function both rear power sliding doors as well as adding the remote start.
I truly appreciate your (and any other) help. Thanks.
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go with the idatalink pieces, the solo series comes preflashed with data and immobilizer bypass.

or you can use the EVO-CAN from fortin, it does the same thing. The cheapest route would be whoever can sell you the modules, since i use fortin products more often (cheaper to buy in canada)

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sneakychaos 
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Okay - I'll take a look at idatalink. Thanks for the help and the quick replies!
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Hi All,

From the above, there is a negative and positive parking light.  Do i need to attach both, or do i just set my starter polarity to one or the other and attach the parking light wire?

Parklights Positive RED / Black Driver Fuse Box, Connector J Positive

Parklights Negative RED / Black At Light Switch Negative

Say i would like to install the viper 5902, can i just set the polarity as positive then hook up

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to the RED / Black Driver Fuse box and just ignore the negative?

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