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drclark 
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I have found the door trigger for the Driver side and the hatch, but I cannot find the passenger door triger (RED / Yellow).  Where exactly is it? 

I also need help finding the sliding door triggers.

The information posted by AudioVox is incorrectly.  They said to use blue (-) at the dash and it is not correct. 

Please help and thank you..

ecarsecurity 
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drclark wrote:

I have found the door trigger for the Driver side and the hatch, but I cannot find the passenger door triger (RED / Yellow).  Where exactly is it? 

I also need help finding the sliding door triggers.

The information posted by AudioVox is incorrectly.  They said to use blue (-) at the dash and it is not correct. 

Please help and thank you..

SLIDING POWER DOOR      YELLOW /GREEN (-)     
Below DASH JUNCTION BLOCK, (WHITE, 22-Pin Plug) Pin 11
-ECarSecurity
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Mike M2 
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The blue wire is certainly correct. It is located at the the dome light switch left of the column and covers all 5 doors.

Power Sliding Door (Left)YELLOW /GREEN-bottom left of fuse box, 22 pin plug, pin 11
Power Sliding Door (Right)purple-bottom left of fuse box, 22 pin plug, pin 9

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drclark 
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Posted: April 07, 2011 at 4:20 PM / IP Logged  

Thank you so much.

Would you guys confirm if passenger door trigger is RED / yellow?  Just wondering if I am looking for the wrong wire.

Thank you and thank you again.

drclark 
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Mike M2 wrote:

The blue wire is certainly correct. It is located at the the dome light switch left of the column and covers all 5 doors.

Power Sliding Door (Left)YELLOW /GREEN-bottom left of fuse box, 22 pin plug, pin 11
Power Sliding Door (Right)purple-bottom left of fuse box, 22 pin plug, pin 9

Hi Mike,

Sorry for sounding like a retard, but I tested the blue wire located on the interior light switch and it does not show any power when the door is opened or closed. The interior light switch is located on the left side of the stereo player and  below the window defroster.  Is this the switch you are referring to?  It has the word "Off|Door|On" on it.  Please help and thank you again.

Mike M2 
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Sorry for that, thinking Tundra for a second. The switch is located next to the heater controls in that oblong panel. The blue will show ground when a door is open. I've done literally hundreds of them and have always used this wire...
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Current Toyotas require no dome supervision, the dome switched ground as Mike mentioned is good for all of the doors, it will shut down immediately the vehicle is locked.
drclark 
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Yes, the blue wire works.

Thank you for all your help.


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