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2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial


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Vehicle: 2007 Honda Civic; Automatic
Starter: Compustar CM6200
Bypass: Blade-AL
Disassembly:
- Remove small panel around door sill trunk lock and remove (1) phillips head screw. Carefully pull up on door sill panel to remove.
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Carefully pull kick panel towards center of car to remove. There are 2 plastic clips holding the panel. 1 is right behind the fuse box label, and 1 is at the bottom of the panel.
- Knee bolster panel is held on by clips only. Carefully pull / pry on panel with a non-marring tool to release clips. You can see in the next picture where the clips are.
- Remove (1) phillips head screw holding top dash face panel. Carefully pull forward along panel to remove. Tilt steering wheel all the way down and pull outward to give more room to remove panel.
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Remove (3) phillips head screws holding lower steering column. Carefully squeeze on split line of 2 column halves and pull apart. Be extra careful with clips holding on top column panel. There are no screws that hold this panel and it will not fit correctly if the clips are broken.
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
Installation:
- Ignition harness and immobilizer harness
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
**Be very careful when routing wires to the ignition switch. The steering column has the ability to tilt as well as telescope (in/out). Make sure to give all wires plenty of room for movement. Ignition wires can also be found in 2 plugs on the top right front of the fuse box.
- Back of fusebox
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Front of fusebox / Driver kick panel
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Firewall Grommet (directly above gas pedal near center of vehicle)
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Tach signal
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
- Chassis Ground
2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
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Nice.
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Just did one of these a few minutes ago. I can confirm the accuracy of this info. 2007 Honda Civic Remote Start Pictorial - Last Post -- posted image.
To master and control electricity is perfection. *evil laugh*
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Well done... :D
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A little note, the lock/unlock wires can be grabbed in the harness from the door that makes a u-turn near the right edge of the fusebox
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Nice post! :)
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hello guys. What alarm is this? i purchased a python 4211p with the immobilizer bypass and i cant find a diagram worth crap for this alarm... any one have any?
Also ill be installing this into a 06 civic si.
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Hi, do you know where door lock/unlock signals shall be connected to Viper 4204V?
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the vipers unlock and lock outputs (blue and green). self explanatory no?
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did follow ur instructions worked good for my 2008 civic auto with viper 4204 and idatalink alca
it was working fine last week car started to honk and crank and i didnt notice until the battery was dead. now whenever i plug in main 6pin harness car starts cranking right away along with horn . i tried it by removing bypass module transmitter/reciver nutral safety switch and 24 pin harness 1 by 1 but as soon as 6pin harness is plugged in car starts cranking and horn goes on. My battery is also good used virtual tach was working perfect for 2 week. if i start car with key and then plug harness in it doesnt crank but makes weird noise like turning some motor any suggestions/clues are appreciated .

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