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2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial


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kreg357 
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This is a pictorial for the 2009 - 2011 Toyota Yaris for a basic remote starter install.  These pictures are

from a 2011 5 door with no power locks or windows.  This car did have Automatic Transmission and A/C. 
No transponder based immobilizer was installed.

Disassembly :  Remove the drivers lower dash panel by pulling at the top - straight away.  There are 6 retaining clips. 

The panel is hinged at the bottom and folds down.  Open the storage bin and remove by squeezing the top sides
in and pull out.   Then pull the bin straight away at the bottom hinge exposing the Dash Fuse Box. 

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Remove the lower Steering Column cover by removing one Phillips screw at the bottom and two Phillips screws at

3 and 9 o'clock by rotating the steering wheel right & left.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Ignition Switch on right side of steering column with lower cover removed.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Ignition connector.  Small gauge wires.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Headlight switch connector in steering column.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Brake Pedal Switch connector above brake pedal.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Dash Fuse Box.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of Brake(+) at Dash Fuse Box.  Close-up.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

Picture of OBD2 diagnostic connector.  The Tach wire is at Pin 9 and can be Beige or Light Green.  Tach is also available

at any Fuel Injector, non-common color wire.

2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial -- posted image.

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Nice! +1
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Very nice!!!!!   Thank You
yarisyeti 
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Does the yaris need a transponder based immobilizer?
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This particular vehicle did not have a transponder based immobilizer system.  As shown on the Ignition Switch picture ( 5th photo down from top ) no antenna ring was in place in the groove at the end of the key cylinder.  This was a very base model.  All bypass manufacturers do list modules for this vehicle, so they are out there.
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Hi,

Can you please let me know which is "Horn" wire? I am trying to hook up horn wire of remote starter (with remote lock/unlock) with yaris but have a hard time to find horn wire.

Thanks,

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Sorry, I didn't get a photo of that wire.  Customer didn't want horn

confirmation.  Here is the location from several wire guides  :

Bulldog Security :

 HORN      BLACK (-)           @ HORN SWITCH or DASH FUSE BOX, (WHITE, 32-Pin Plug(E) Pin 18

Ready Remote :

Horn Trigger     black (-)    horn switch or dash fuse box, white 32 pin plug (4E), pin 18

Audiovox :

 Horn    LIGHT GREEN  (-)      AT FUSE PANEL BEHIND DRIVERS SIDE OF DASH
 ALSO BLACK IN STEERING COLUMN HARNESS

Omega :

OEM Horn  BLACK (-)  HORN SWITCH

Should be pretty easy to locate.  Set Digital Multi Meter to 20V DC, connect Red

lead to +12V constant and Black lead to suspect wire.  When horn button is pressed,
the DMM should read +12V.  The steering column should be easy to access and
find this wire.  ( It won't be in the Headlight Connector pictured above and  stay
away from any Yellow connectors or Yellow harnesses - air bag.)

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howie ll 
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I'm actually surprised at no immobiliser. The Yaris comes from the UK and as I've said before, they all have immobilisers for Europe.
Funny I've never seen one in the UK without power windows and locks.
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Thank you Kreg.. Horn connection worked out as per your information.. Thank you everybody for helping this novice..
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rhendy87 
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Hi guys,
i need a little help over here.
Can you please inform me where is the wire for
1.Oil Circuit detection
2.Cut oil and electric circuit off.
i am currently trying to install a remote start.I cant seems to find these 2 wire.
Any help is greately appreciated.
regards,
Rhendy
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