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howie ll 
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Posted: January 24, 2012 at 3:21 PM / IP Logged  
Er Kenny, help me with this, it if tries to crank then our poster has starter cut/anti grind connected the right way round.
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BUt could it be the relay that immediately stops the starter crank? When the relay gets +12 from IGN 1 while alarm is armed, relay contacts break the connection to the starter motor.
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Posted: January 24, 2012 at 4:22 PM / IP Logged  
roofoo wrote:
BUt could it be the relay that immediately stops the starter crank? When the relay gets +12 from IGN 1 while alarm is armed, relay contacts break the connection to the starter motor.
Yes, but the ignition should be activation way before the starter... so the starter shouldn't be cranking at all. I would have to agree with Howie in that it sounds like it is correctly connected... otherwise it would not crank at all. Unless the relay coil is not connected properly and it is energizing with the starter....
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offroadzj wrote:
Yes, but the ignition should be activation way before the starter... so the starter shouldn't be cranking at all. I would have to agree with Howie in that it sounds like it is correctly connected... otherwise it would not crank at all. Unless the relay coil is not connected properly and it is energizing with the starter....
I think you're right, I tried connecting to the other side of the relay and there was definitely no crank noise. So I had it connected to the right side I guess.
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Posted: January 25, 2012 at 5:19 PM / IP Logged  
Ok, I tested the RED / blue wire again. When the door is opened, it measures 1.75V. When closed it measures 12V. I tried grounding it to see if that would trigger the domelight but nothing happens. So I'm thinking I have the wrong wire for the door trigger.
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the door trigger wire is RED / WHITE (-)
look at the fusebox, at the top there are 2 white connectors. the left connector (believe towards the bottom) is the RED / white (-) that will watch all doors.
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I found another RED / blue wire in the same bundle that seems to work with my domelight supervision. It still doesn't register the door input though. I'll look for the RED / white wire again, but darned if I could find it earlier.
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Okay, I looked at the white connectors and there is no RED / white wire, only a RED / blue one. There are RED / white wires to the left bottom side of the fusebox in grey connectors . The wiring sheet from Scion also shows a RED / blue wire connecting the door switches, not a RED / white.
https://img190.imageshack.us/img190/3701/068069interiorlight1.jpg
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Here is a photo I took of the fusebox. As you can see, there is no RED / white wire in either of the 2 white connectors, only a RED / blue in the bottom left pin.
https://img202.imageshack.us/img202/2175/1001237rs.jpg
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Sorry to keep bumping this thread, but I think I figured out what to do. The RED / blue I am connected to now sees all the doors except the driver door. If you see the wiring schematic I posted, the driver's door trigger is on a separate line from the rest. So do I need to connect both RED / blue wires to the door trigger input and diode isolate them?
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