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2012 Toyota Tundra Double Cab Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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vutekho 
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Not sure of it's the same as 2011 or 2010, but can someone provide me with the wiring diagram for this vehicle. Also, the key has a "G" stamped on it. Not sure if it affects anything. It does have an immobilizer installed.
Plan on using the Viper 5901 with the XpressKit PKAll.
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 PART   COLOR  LOCATION  DIAGRAM
 12 VOLT CONSTANT   BLACK (+)   @ DASH FUSE BOX, (WHITE 1-Pin Plug) Pin 1  
 STARTER  GREEN (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (WHITE, 8-Pin Plug) Pin 7  
 STARTER 2  N/A    
 IGNITION 1  BLACK (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (WHITE, 8-Pin Plug) Pin 6  
 IGNITION 2  LT. GREEN (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (WHITE, 8-Pin Plug) Pin 1  
 IGNITION 3  N/A    
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1  GRAY (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (WHITE, 8-Pin Plug) Pin 2  
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2  N/A    
 KEYSENSE  N/A    
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - )  TAN (-)  @ HEADLIGHT SWITCH, or BODY ECU, (WHITE, 26-Pin Plug) Pin 23, NOTE #3  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + )  GREEN (+)  @ DASH FUSE BOX, (WHITE, 24-Pin Plug(B) Pin 8  
 POWER LOCK  WHITE (TYPE B)  in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (BLUE, 17-Pin Plug) Pin 7  
 POWER UNLOCK  RED (TYPE B)  in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (BLUE, 17-Pin Plug) Pin 6  
 LOCK MOTOR WIRE  WHITE (5-wire type)  in DRIVERS KICK PANEL, (BLUE, 10-Pin Plug) Pin 2  
 DOOR TRIGGER  BROWN (-)  @ BODY ECU, (WHITE, 26-Pin Plug) Pin 24, NOTE #3
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Thanks!
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The "G" stamp on the ignition key indicates an 80 Bit Encryption system.  The PKALL will work as long as it has a minimum of Ver 4.0 firmware.

Here is a link to the correct install guide  :  http://www.xpresskit.com/product.aspx?productid=196

Here is a link to the DEI wiring info for your truck :  http://www.readyremote.com/main.asp?make=Toyota&model=Tundra

Soldering is fun!
vutekho 
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beam08 wrote:
DOOR TRIGGER       BROWN (-)       @ BODY ECU, (WHITE, 26-Pin Plug) Pin 24, NOTE #3
This door trigger wire is only for the front driver's door. When opening the other three doors, the alarm will not trigger, nor will it recognized them as open when arming.
I'll have to locate the other 3 trigger wires, and diode isolate them. Is the 2011 wiring diagram the same for 2012?
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With all current Toyotas go to the dome light switched neg feed (-).
Usually a 2 or 3 pin plug at the fascia fusebox. This will pick up on all doors and shuts down immediately the vehicle is locked.
Officially it's a blue wire, dash interior light switch, pin 10.
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Greetings

Anyone know how to get to the security light behind the dash on a 2012 Tundra?

Thanks

Dwight

Many Thanks
Dwight
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Maybe... start a new thread... And WHAT are you doing...?
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Installing a rs1050 with a bytran on a 2014 tundra with G key. This was very helpful but still short a few wires. Any help would be appreciated. Jack
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Try this:
DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - TOYOTA / TUNDRA / 2014 / Remote Start
12volts black (140A or 150A) + dash fuse box, white 1 pin plug (DA), pin 1
Starter green + ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 7
Second Starter N/A     
Ignition black + ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 6
Second Ignition lt. green + ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 1
Third Ignition N/A     
Accessory gray + ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 2
Second Accessory N/A     
Keysense black - Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 10 pin plug, pin 5
Power Lock white - driver kick, white 20 pin plug, pin 6
Power Unlock black - driver kick, white 20 pin plug, pin 9
Notes: On flexible fuel models, it is black (+) in passenger rear of engine room, white 2 pin plug, pin 1.
Lock Motor white 5 wire driver kick, blue 12 pin plug, pin 1
Unlock Motor blue 5 wire driver kick, blue 12 pin plug, pin 1
Parking Lights+ lt. green + dash fuse box, white 24 pin plug (DB), pin 8
Parking Lights- beige - Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 26 pin plug, pin 23
Hazards beige - Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 16 pin plug, pin 4
Turn Signal(L) green (F); black (R) + flasher relay left of dash fuse box, white 18 pin plug, pins 10, 2
Turn Signal(R) beige (F); lt. blue (R) + flasher relay left of dash fuse box, white 18 pin plug, pins 17, 8
Reverse Light blue + passenger kick, white 20 pin plug, pin 20
Door Trigger gray - Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 26 pin plug, pin 24
Dome Supervision blue - interior light switch on dash, black 12 pin plug, pin 11
Trunk/Hatch Pin N/A     
Hood Pin purple - Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 26 pin plug, pin 16
Trunk/Hatch Release N/A     
Power Sliding Door N/A     
Factory Alarm Arm lt. green (driver door key lock) - driver kick, white 20 pin plug, pin 8
Factory Alarm Disarm pink (driver door key unlock) double - driver kick, white 20 pin plug, pin 18
Disarm No Unlock (use keysense)     
Tachometer brown ac data link connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 9
Wait to start N/A     
Brake Wire beige + brake switch, white 4 pin plug, pin 1
Parking Brake beige - dash fuse box, white 24 pin plug (DB), pin 11
Horn Trigger purple - dash fuse box, white 24 pin plug (DB), pin 1
Memory Seat 1 pink - seat memory switch, white 4 pin plug, pin 2
Memory Seat 2 beige - seat memory switch, white 4 pin plug, pin 3
Memory Seat 3 N/A -
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