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2010 mitsubishi lancer, remote start


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kohara73 
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Posted: March 16, 2010 at 4:42 PM / IP Logged  
Does anybody have R/S wiring info for this car? I looked on Bulldog Security's website and no 2010, only 2009. Also, that website states that the factory alarm can only be disarmed with the factory remote. Is this true? If so, if I use only the aftermarket R/S to lock the car, does this arm the alarm. Any input is greatly appreciated.
Keith
lectricguy 
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Battery YELLOW (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 1 WHITE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Accessory 1 LIGHT GREEN (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Starter 1 ORANGE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Anti-Theft Type UNIVERSAL IMMOBILIZER
Anti-Theft Descript THE KEY SENDS AN RF SIGNAL TO THE BCM MODULE THROUGH AN ANTENNA LOCATED AROUND THE IGNITION CYLINDER
Key Sense RED / WHITE (OPEN) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Tachometer GREEN / WHITE (AC) AT ECM MODULE ON DRIVER SIDE OF AIRCLEANER ASSEMBLY
Speed Sense BROWN / WHITE (AC) AT ECM MODULE ON DRIVER SIDE OF AIRCLEANER ASSEMBLY
Parking Lights YELLOW & BROWN (+) CONNECTOR UNDER FUSEBOX
Brake Lights RED (+) AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Reverse Lights WHITE/ BLUE (+) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
Horn GREEN (-) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
 
All Door Trigger
Domelight Super YELLOW (-) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
LF Latch YELLOW (-) AT CONTROL MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
RF Latch GREEN (-) AT CONTROL MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
LR Latch RED (-) AT CONTROL MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
RR Latch BLACK (-) AT CONTROL MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
Trunk Trigger BROWN / WHITE (-) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
Parking Lights YELLOW & BROWN (+) CONNECTOR UNDER FUSEBOX
 
Power Unlock GRAY (-) IN HARNESS IN DRIVERS KICKPANEL TO DOOR
PowerLock YELLOW/RED (-) IN HARNESS IN DRIVERS KICKPANEL TO DOOR
Driver Mtr Unlock RED (REV) IN HARNESS IN DRIVER KICKPANEL TO DOOR
Driver Mtr Lock BLUE (REV) IN HARNESS IN DRIVER KICKPANEL TO DOOR
Pas Mtr Unlock RED (REV) IN HARNESS IN PASSENGER KICKPANEL TO DOOR
Pas Mtr Lock PINK (REV) IN HARNESS IN PASSENGER KICKPANEL TO DOOR
LF Window Up BLUE (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
LF Window Dn VIOLET (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
RF Window Up BROWN (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
RF Window Dn GREEN (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
LR Window Up WHITE (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
LR Window Dn BLUE (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
RR Window Up GRAY (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
RR Window Dn YELLOW (REV) AT DRIVER WINDOW CONTROL SWITCH
Sunroof Open YELLOW (-) AT SUNROOF CONTROL SWITCH
Sunroof Close GREEN (-) AT SUNROOF CONTROL SWITCH
 
Headlights-Lo VIOLET (-) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
Headlights-Hi GREEN (-) AT MODULE UNDER DRIVER SIDE DASH
LF Pk Lt Bulb GREEN (+) AT FRONT LEFT HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY
RF Pk Lt Bulb WHITE (+) AT FRONT RIGHT HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY
LR Pk Lt Bulb YELLOW (+) AT REAR LEFT TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY
RR Pk Lt Bulb BROWN (+) AT REAR RIGHT TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY
All Hazrd Lights GREEN (-) AT VEHICLE HAZARD SWITCH
LF Hazrd Bulb RED (+) AT FRONT LEFT TURN SIGNAL ASSEMBLY
RF Hazrd Bulb LIGHT BLUE (+) AT FRONT RIGHT TURN SIGNAL ASSEMBLY
LR Hazrd Bulb GREEN (+) AT REAR LEFT TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY
RR Hazrd Bulb WHITE (+) AT REAR LEFT TAIL LIGHT ASSEMBLY
Parking Brake LIGHT GREEN (-) A VEHICLE PARKING BRAKE
Trnk Release GRAY (REV) AT VEHICLE FUSEBOX
Lectric Guy
lectricguy 
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Posted: March 16, 2010 at 7:52 PM / IP Logged  

Test to see if you can  disable the factory alarm:

Open the diver's window, thenlock the car door using the factory FOB. 

Wait 30 seconds, then reach in and unlock the car from inside and open the door; Factory alarm should sound.

Put your key in the drivers door key cylinder, and try turning the key cylinder to disarm the alarm.  If it does disarm, you will likely find the

wire associated with the key cylinder in the driver's kick panel area--tests as a ground when you turn the key cylinder.

If you can't disarm the factory alarm, you have 2 options.  

1.) Carry a seperate key FOB for Remote Start.   You would lock/arm and unlock/disarm with the factory remote.

2.) You could disable the factory alarm by grounding the  factory hood pin so the factory alarm never arms.  If you choose to do this with the hood pin, you definately want to cut the hood pin wire and ground it, then wire the remote start negative shutdown to use the factory hood pin; this allows the safety shutdown feature of the remote start to be functional.  You could consider an Alarm/Remote Start combo if you still want a functional alarm.

Lectric Guy
kohara73 
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Regarding option 1, Do you know if this car will sound alarm if it's started? I did a Honda Accord once and it would sound the alarm as soon as it was started by remote. Had to disarm before start. If this is the case with the Mitsubishi, I'll have to do something else. Thanks.
Keith
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Posted: March 17, 2010 at 2:38 AM / IP Logged  
DLPK will give you door locks and factory alarm control (arm,disarm).  Just an FYI
Chris Luongo 
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Posted: March 17, 2010 at 8:42 AM / IP Logged  
2010 is the same as 2009.
Are you doing only a remote starter, or an aftermarket alarm too?
On that car, regardless of whether or not you have the F.A.S.T. Key option, the car's factory keyless entry is built into the key that you already carry with you, so there is little point in connecting aftermarket keyless entry.
I just do a one-button starter on those cars (usually Prestige APS901), and that's it.
All you really need to connect is the following:
1. Constant, ignition, starter, and accessory at the keyswitch.
2. Brake at brake switch.
3. Two separate positive parking light wires at plug at bottom of driver's fuse box. (Diode isolate parking light output from remote starter.)
4. I've never connected tach on these cars, but I suppose you could if you wanted to.
5. Bypass module. The only thing on the market is the Fortin PATS-MITSUBISHI-2, which, since you're in Canada, will require the Mitsubishi dealer's scan tool for programming. Or, get a regular key-in-the-box universal bypass, and pay the dealer (or locksmith) to make another key.
lectricguy 
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Posted: March 17, 2010 at 10:35 AM / IP Logged  

Regarding option 1, Do you know if this car will sound alarm if it's started? I did a Honda Accord once and it would sound the alarm as soon as it was started by remote. Had to disarm before start. If this is the case with the Mitsubishi, I'll have to do something else. Thanks.

  The vehicle will disarm with ignition for remote start.  Option 1 is what Chris accurately describes.

Lectric Guy
kohara73 
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Posted: March 17, 2010 at 3:51 PM / IP Logged  
It is a 2-way R/S, Keyless Entry System that I currently have in a Mazda 6. I would prefer to use the aftermarket remote for everything (distance and confirmation are nice to have). I can also check to see if I locked my car just by looking at the remote. Maybe I've been spoiled with this, but I really would like to use all of it's features. The bypass I have (also currently in the Mazda) is a generic key in the box type.
Keith

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