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comfort closure on sequoia 06 with xk01


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sequoia2006 
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Posted: September 03, 2010 at 5:41 PM / IP Logged  
I have the XK01 connected with Viper 5901 in my Toyota Sequoia 06 for the door lock/unlock interface. I've programmed the Comfort closure feature but it does not seem to work. Is it because I have the XK01?
Thanks in advance.
icearrow6 
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Your Sequoia Does not have this feature.
Some cars automatically roll up the windows when the "LOCK" is activated. Your Sequoia does not do this. If you want the windows to roll up you will need some window Modules.
The feature you enabled on the alarm simply "HOLDS" the lock for 20 seconds to allow the windows to roll if your car has this feature.
icearrow6 
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"To test if the car has the comfort closure:
Insert the key into the drivers door key cylinder.
1. Turn the key to the lock position and hold for about 10 seconds.
2.If Comfort closure is available, the windows (and in some cars the sunroof)closes."
Page 46 of the install manual.
flobee4 
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You can't do comfort closure through the XK01 with that car. If you do the above test by holding the key in the drivers door cylinder to lock, and the windows roll up. All you need to do is to wire the door locks in the drivers door, Skipping the XK01. Its actually not to hard, I had done one this pass winter. The Sequoia I did, closed the windows from the drivers side key hole.
Power door lock diagram for the Sequoia
Also there is no need to run a constant 12volts into the door if you decide to do this. There is a constant already there at the power window switch. I believe it was blue and in a corner of the plug. But with a meter, its easy to find :)
howie ll 
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Far as I know, comfort closure was always a European thing, dating from the early 90s. Mainly (Euro) GM, VW/Audi. BMW, Jag and Mercedes.
The only Toyotas to my knowledge are Lexus SUV and some Auras (Euro name for the Corolla).
The only way to test is as above mentioned.
sequoia2006 
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Actually, Sequoia does have that. If I lock the driver door with my key and hold it, the 2 front windows roll up. If I turn the other way, they both go down. Same thing with the sunroof. So I guess I need to take out the XK01 then. Thanks to all that replied.
sequoia2006 
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flobee4 wrote:
You can't do comfort closure through the XK01 with that car. If you do the above test by holding the key in the drivers door cylinder to lock, and the windows roll up. All you need to do is to wire the door locks in the drivers door, Skipping the XK01. Its actually not to hard, I had done one this pass winter. The Sequoia I did, closed the windows from the drivers side key hole.
Power door lock diagram for the Sequoia
Also there is no need to run a constant 12volts into the door if you decide to do this. There is a constant already there at the power window switch. I believe it was blue and in a corner of the plug. But with a meter, its easy to find :)
Hi flobee4,
If I wire the door lock using the relay as in your diagram, would the OEM keyless entry still work? Maybe I would not need that but just wondering.
howie ll 
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Posted: September 04, 2010 at 5:22 AM / IP Logged  
Then it works one of two ways:-
Find the vehicle's lock trigger wire, it may be in the door, I'm not sure. Extend timing. Use direct lock and unlock from the alarm, and by-pass the XK01
In the driver's kick well on a plug will be some wires. Probe them via a pos signal, this may send individual windows up and down.
howie ll 
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Sorry, I missed the last post but firstly, no it shouldn't hinder the factory keyless and secondly, on an RX recently I went straight to the lock and unlock wires at the actuator in the rear of the driver's door, no relay, extended the lock time, job done.
flobee4 
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Posted: September 04, 2010 at 7:50 AM / IP Logged  
Sequoia2006,
     Yes, remove the XK01 and run the lock and unlock wires directly into the drivers door. There is plenty of room in the black rubber tube between the car body and door. You can find out how to take the door off if yo do a quick google search for "sequoia door panel removal"
Once in the door you will run your wires towards the power window switch at the armrest. This is were you make your connections. There is room for the relay there also. Turn Comfort closure on and you are good to go. Nothing else needed. Locks will work, car will arm/disarm, and now you will have windows that close when you lock the doors.
If you want to control the windows going down, then you need to run a 3rd wire in off an Auxiliary channel of your Unit. Make sure you can set that auxillary output to either stay on for as long as you hold down the button on the remote, or can be set to about 10 seconds or so.
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