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visionsss 
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Posted: March 13, 2010 at 5:25 PM / IP Logged  

I need the wiring for a 2010 Kia Soul. Doing a remote start alarm. Also if there is a bypass module suggestion I would appreciate it. I would like to use the Compustar Blade if it will work.

Thanks

Fred Kincaid
Visions Sound & Security
GPS Northwest
kreg357 
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Posted: March 13, 2010 at 8:54 PM / IP Logged  

KIA SOUL   2010 -                      Info from Bulldog Security

 
 PART                                      COLOR                                     LOCATION
 12 VOLT CONSTANT           WHITE (+), 40 AMP                   @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 6-PIN PLUG), PIN 5 
 STARTER                               BLUE (+)                                    @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 6-PIN PLUG), PIN 1 
 STARTER 2                           N/A  
 IGNITION 1                           PINK (+)                                       @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 6-PIN PLUG), PIN 6
 IGNITION 2                           N/A    
 IGNITION 3                           N/A    
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1  WHITE (+), NOTE #2           @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 6-PIN PLUG), PIN 3 
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2  YELLOW (+)                          @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 6-PIN PLUG), PIN 4 
 KEYSENSE                          N/A    
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - )       PINK (-)                                                    @ HEADLIGHT SWITCH, (WHITE, 13-PIN PLUG), PIN 1 
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + )     GREEN/ BLACK(+)(Left) and 
                                               YELLOW/BLACK(+)(Right), use both!!  @ DASH FUSE BOX, (REAR BLUE, 22-PIN PLUG(I), PINS 17 and 16 
 POWER LOCK                   BROWN (-), TYPE B                              in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PIN 10 
 POWER UNLOCK               GREEN (-), TYPE B, NOTE #3          in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PIN 18 
 DOOR TRIGGER                GREEN (-)                                              in PASSENGER KICK PNEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PIN 16 
 DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION      BLUE (-)                                       in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PIN 14 
 TRUNK RELEASE              PINK (-), NOTE #4                                in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PIN 1 
 SLIDING POWER DOOR         N/A    
 HORN                                     GRAY (-)                                              Above DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (BLUE, 39-PIN PLUG), PIN 29 
 TACH                                      GREEN, (AC)                                      Above DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (BLUE, 39-PIN PLUG), PIN 17 
 WAIT TO START LIGHT        N/A    
 BRAKE                                   RED / ORANGE (+)                              Above DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 14-PIN PLUG), PIN 7 
 FACTORY ALARM DISARM       GRAY (-) and YELLOW (-) NOTE #5     in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (WHITE, 26-PIN PLUG), PINS 13 and 23 
 ANTI-THEFT  KIA'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, See NOTE #1   @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER 

 EXTRA INFORMATION

 NOTE #1: KIA'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, Requires Bypass Module, Part # 791 Bypass Module
 for REMOTE STARTING
 NOTE #2: this wire may need to be RELAY ISOLATED to prevent STARTER GRIND upon KEY take over.
 NOTE #3: to UNLOCK just the DRIVERS DOOR, use the BROWN (-), at the DASH FUSE BOX,
 (REAR WHITE, 20-PIN PLUG(D), PIN 1
 NOTE #4: TEST this wire while Opening the TAILGATE with the Handle on the REAR of the Vehicle.
 NOTE #5: to DISARM, use the GRAY (-) and the YELLOW (-) use both wires, and DIODE ISOLATE will
 Require a Double Pulse. TEST these wires while turning the KEY in the Drivers Door. 
Soldering is fun!
kreg357 
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Posted: March 13, 2010 at 9:08 PM / IP Logged  

As for bypass modules, only Fortin lists their PATS-KIA-1 bypass for the Soul and that would require a dealer scan tool to program.  Looks like it's a key in the box...

Soldering is fun!
kreg357 
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Posted: March 13, 2010 at 9:11 PM / IP Logged  
iDatalink Tech Support is very good, so you might contact them to see is they have a solution in the works for their Blade cartridge...
Soldering is fun!
fieldtrip 
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Posted: April 27, 2010 at 7:59 PM / IP Logged  
I work in a Dealer in Quebec and here they are only Pats Kia-1 availible for Kia. They are one other possibility it's to put a key in a box... but not much apreciated...
lucasoil4u 
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Posted: May 15, 2011 at 1:25 PM / IP Logged  
if you put a key in the box you dont need a dealer scan tool but you do loose a key. you only need the dealer scan tool if you use the tbx kia key.
syl20rochon 
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Posted: May 15, 2011 at 6:58 PM / IP Logged  
iDatalink doesn't have a solution if your vehicle is not a PTS. Fortin Patskia or DEI RFLkia2 with the pkdock work great and is less expensive. Key in a coffin is the easiest unless a spare key is not available.
Sylvain Rochon
MECP security specialist
Tech support for remote starters
26 Years of experience counts
I'm here to help.
lucasoil4u 
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Posted: May 16, 2011 at 12:00 PM / IP Logged  
How do you realy isolate the ignition wires . All help is greatly apreciated . I id one of these with no bypass . Thanks
How do you get a viper alar to double pulse on disarm?
lucasoil4u 
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Posted: May 16, 2011 at 12:04 PM / IP Logged  
What part number diodes do I get from radio shack?
howie ll 
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Posted: May 16, 2011 at 12:50 PM / IP Logged  
1N4004 for the diodes.
Viper alarm double pulse lock and unlock from the programming.
What do you mean by isolating the ignition?
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