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2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial


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howie ll 
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No you don't. Any unit that picks up "engine running" sense has to be thrown in the bin it's garbage.
It will probably never work and damage your vehicle.
The instructions are as bad as the product the second question refers to either the ignition which should NEVER be cut for safety reasons or the starter wire.
rhendy87 
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2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial - Page 2 -- posted image.
i've attached the wiring diagram.Can you please take a look at it.
the ignition wire is doesnt need to be cut at all.just the other module shown in the picture.
Please tell me what do you think
howie ll 
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Can't read it, my first advice still stands.
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2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial - Page 2 -- posted image.
i post a clearer picture.
from my understanding,the Oil circuit detection & cut oil and electric circuit off is dangerous to jumper it or even mess with it?
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Rhendy
howie ll 
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Absolutely. Only ever cut starter wire at ignition switch.
Steering direction = indicators you've got to laugh.
Follow those instructions and destroy your car.
rhendy87 
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ok.thnx for your advise..
i know it might be risky..
but by any chance..could you please help me pinpoint where the cabel is?
howie ll 
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My only advice if you have to ask that sort of question is don't do it take it to a pro.
If you can't find the starter wire .....
rhendy87 
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i do know where the starter wire(ignition wire) are located at.
its located under the steering wheel.
its just that 1 wire im frustrated at.cant seem to find it.
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Can the "Oil Decision" wire / circuit be programmed for a Tach Signal?  Using an oil pressure sending unit signal to tell if the engine is running is a very poor way of handling it.  2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial - Page 2 -- posted image.

On the brighter side, the unit does have built in door lock relays...  2009-2011 Toyota Yaris Remote Starter Pictorial - Page 2 -- posted image.

Soldering is fun!
rhendy87 
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hi kreg,
i think that oil decision wire could refer to fuel injector.the supplier told me that it is related to fuel pump.
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