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2011 hyundai, viper 5101 wiring


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ieetgluu 
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Hello, Im looking for wiring info on a 2011 Hyundai Sante Fe and perhaps compatible bypass modules.

Thank You

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Is the Hyundai Push to Start?
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ieetgluu 
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id sean wrote:
Is the Hyundai Push to Start?

 No it has a battery and a starter and a key for starting.....  haha, joking

Im not sure, researching for a family member. Good question though, I hadnt planned on that. The Bulldog site seems to think the '10 and '11 is the same for wiring. Guess thats all I have to go on.......

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lol good one
12 Volts     red (40A)     +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 5
Second 12 Volts     pink (40A)     +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 2
Starter     green     +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 1
Second Starter     N/A          
Ignition     orange     +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 6
Second Ignition     N/A          
Third Ignition     N/A          
Accessory     blue      +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 3
Second Accessory     yellow     +     ignition switch, black 6 pin plug, pin 4
Third Accessory     N/A          
Keysense     yellow     +     ignition key switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 3
Data Bus     (only Canadian models have the immobilizer system)          
Can Bus High     yellow (B-CAN), blue (C-CAN)     data     data link connector, black 16 pin plug, pins 1 and 6
Can Bus Low     black (B-CAN), orange (C-CAN)     data     data link connector, black 16 pin plug, pins 9 and 14
Can Bus Sw     N/A          
Power Lock     blue/black     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 18
Power Unlock     gray/black     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 19
Lock Motor     orange     5 wire     dash fuse box, gray 18 pin plug (D), pin 18
Driver Unlock Motor     blue     5 wire     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 1
Passenger Unlock Motor     blue     5 wire     dash fuse box, gray 18 pin plug (D), pin 7
Parking Lights (-)     blue/orange     -     headlight switch, white 18 pin plug, pin 14
Parking Lights (+)     green (L), yellow (R)     +     dash fuse box, gray 18 pin plug (D), pins 3 and 4
Hazards     gray     -     BCM, white 22 pin plug, pin 7
Turn Signal (Left)     white     +     dash fuse box, gray 18 pin plug (D), pin 11
Turn Signal (Right)     pink     +     dash fuse box, gray 18 pin plug (D), pin 10
Headlight     green (functions with ignition on only)     -     headlight switch, white 18 pin plug, pin 15
AutoLights     GREEN/ black (interrupt to turn off autolights)     -     headlight switch, white 18 pin plug, pin 16
Reverse Light     blue     +     passenger kick, red 20 pin plug, pin 2
Left Front Door Trigger     orange     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 12
Right Front Door Trigger     same as left front door trigger          
Left Rear Door Trigger     same as left front door trigger          
Right Rear Door Trigger     same as left front door trigger          
Remote Start, Security, Keyless Entry, Accessories (Continued)
Item     Wire Color     Polarity     Wire Location
Dome Supervision     brown     -     dash fuse box, red 16 pin plug (B), pin 1
Trunk/Hatch Pin     yellow/black     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 15
Rear Glass Pin     N/A          
Hood Pin     RED / black     -     driver kick, green 24 pin plug, pin 4
Trunk/Hatch Release     locks/unlocks along with doors          
Trunk Release Motor     N/A          
Fuel Door Release     N/A          
Power Sliding Door (Left)     N/A          
Power Sliding Door (Right)     N/A          
Factory Alarm Arm     BROWN / org (key lock), gray (lock/unlock detection)     - and open     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pins 5 and 4
Factory Alarm Disarm     pink (key unlock), gray (lock/unlock detection)     both -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pins 6 and 4
Disarm No Unlock     see factory alarm disarm          
Trunk Alarm Shunt     N/A          
Tachometer     NOT orange     ac     any fuel injector
Wait to Start     N/A          
Neutral Safety     N/A          
Clutch Pedal     black (input), WHITE/ orange (output)     - N.O.     clutch switch, white 2 pin plug, pins 1 and 2
Fuel Pump     blue     +     passenger kick, red 20 pin plug, pin 17
Rear Defroster     gray     - latched     driver kick, green 24 pin plug, pin 15
Mirror Defroster     same as rear defroster          
Left Front Heated Seat     GREEN/ orange     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 8
Right Front Heated Seat     GREEN/ black     -     driver kick, brown 24 pin plug, pin 7
Speed Sense     brown     4-Pulse     data link conn, blk 16 pin plug, pin 3 or radio, gry 8 pin plug, pin 1
Brake Wire     GREEN/ black (2.4L), gray (3.5L)     +     brake switch, white 4 pin plug, pin 1
Parking Brake     gray/orange     -     driver kick, blue 22 pin plug, pin 12
Horn Trigger     gray/black     -     driver kick, green 24 pin plug, pin 20
Wipers     green (low), pink (high), yellow (ignition)     +     wiper switch, black 14 pin plug, pins 2, 1, and 5
Left Front Window (Up/Down)     pink - white (without safety power window)     A     power window main switch, white 14 pin plug, pins 6 and 5
Right Front Window (Up/Down)     green - gray     A     driver kick, door harness
Left Rear Window (Up/Down)     brown - pink     A     driver kick, door harness
Right Rear Window (Up/Down)     ORANGE / black - blue     A     driver kick, door harness
Sun Roof (Open/Close)     orange - blue (function with ignition on only)     -     sunroof switch, white 4 pin plug, pins 4 and 2
Sun Roof (Limit/Close)     N/A          
Memory Seat 1     N/A          
Memory Seat 2     N/A          
Memory Seat 3     N/A          
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ieetgluu 
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Cool, thank you
ieetgluu 
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So I  wired a Viper 5101 into this vehicle a few days ago. I am not sure exactly what I was supposed to do with the factory alarm disarm wires. I have wired the 5101's disarm wire to the vehicles pink disarm wire. I have noted that listed with both the arm and disarm wires is the gray lock/unlock detection wire. I was unsure about the connection of this wire so I left it alone. The 5101 will not lock or unlock the vehicle once the factory alarm is armed. Im sure this has to do with the gray lock/unlock detection wire. 

So, Im looking for some information on how this gray wire is connected to the system. This should solve my troubles. Currently the family member who's Sante Fe this is in, is using the viper fob to lock/unlock and r/s the vehicle, as it does not arm the factory alarm and allows for proper control of the door locks. Assistance is appreciated.  Thank You.

ieetgluu 
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So I wired a Viper 5101 into a 2011 Hyundai Sante Fe a few weeks ago. I am not sure exactly what I was supposed to do with the factory alarm disarm wires. I have wired the 5101's disarm wire to the vehicles pink disarm wire. I have noted that listed with both the arm and disarm wires is the gray lock/unlock detection wire. I was unsure about the connection of this wire so I left it alone. The 5101 will not lock or unlock the vehicle once the factory alarm is armed. Im sure this has to do with the gray lock/unlock detection wire.

So, Im looking for some information on how this gray wire is connected to the system. This should solve my troubles. Currently the family member who's Sante Fe this is in, is using the viper fob to lock/unlock and r/s the vehicle, as it does not arm the factory alarm and allows for proper control of the door locks. Assistance is appreciated. Thank You.

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If there the same as the kia sorento you need to tie that wire with you're vipers unlock wire through a diode band facing remote start system. To test it put you're black lead to ground and you're red lead to the suspect wire. There should be 12v at rest then when you turn the key in the drivers door to unlock 2 times that wire should show ground for a second. I do this to all the newer kias because of that problem
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I just looked up the wiring for both the kia and the Hyundai.it shows the same wiring they both mention that lock detection wire I've never used it and never had an issue. I've done dozens of the new sorentos just using the yellow/black in the back of the fuse box diode isolated from the unlock wire like I said in my above post. If you look in the pictorials I have one for the sorento
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hey chev, you got a diagram of that? ive always used the lock detection relay diagram from directed and fortin, and it works for me. If i can avoid the relay i would.
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