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2012 honda odyssey remote start wiring


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crvz 
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Anyone have the wiring information for doing a remote start with the 2012 Honda Odyssey. I imagine it's identical to the 2011, neither of which I found with a quick search. Thanks!
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Bump... anyone have this information?
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Both Bulldog and DEI list the 2011.  Don't know if the 2012 is exactly the same.  Here are the links for 2011  :

http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/vehiclewiringdiagrams.asp

http://www.readyremote.com/main.asp?make=Honda&model=Odyssey

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crvz 
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Thanks, kreg.
I was thinking of just using the one-button Viper alarm to supplement the car's built in power sliding door and lift gate in lieu of going with the Honda OEM remote start (which is crap; I've read that it shuts off when you open the doors). I have read a few reviews where the factory key-fob would no longer work to open the doors when the car is running with an after-market remote start, can anyone confirm this? Here's the remote start I was considering.
http://www.viper.com/P-4203V/Viper-Responder-One-2-way-Remote-Start-System
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Haven't done a 2012 Odyssey, but typically all Honda's ignore the factory FOB while the vehicles' engine is running ( remote start or not ).  Start the van with one key, get out and close the door and try to lock & unlock it with the other FOB.  Then get back in the van and press the lock, unlock buttons at the drivers door switch, they should work.  That is where the remote starter's lock and unlock outputs should tie into.
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2011 and newer power sliding doors and keyless do not work when remote started.

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