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sansag13 
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Posted: April 17, 2012 at 11:39 AM / IP Logged  

Hi,

I am new to this form but I could see lot of help is available for anykind of new installers. I am trying to install PKALL module in my toyota yaris (goal is to hook it up with viper 5501 remote start module). I have two questions.

1) PKALL installation page for yaris says I have to determine if I want to install with D2D or without D2D. My question is what is the difference (advantage and disadvantages) of these two approches. I know Viper5501 has D2D port. What expert would recommand?

2) How should TX and RX should be connected? PKALL TX --> car TX or PKALL TX --> Car RX?

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Posted: April 17, 2012 at 12:11 PM / IP Logged  

Check your Yaris for the transponder ring antenna at the ignition switch.

Not all Yaris's had a transponder system.

The only difference between D2D and W2W for that application is connecting

the D2D cable or cutting the D2D cable and hardwiring the +12V and ground
wires at Connector 1.  Which ever works best for you.

Wire Name   PKALL        Yaris

 
Code (RX)              PURPLE / White       7 pin connector, Pin 4 Green (DATA) Ignition switch
TXCT           Yellow/Black       7 pin connector, Pin 5 Violet (DATA) Ignition switch
Keysense     Green      Yellow (-) @ Ignition switch

(-)While Running      Blue/White       Viper 5501 Blue (-) 200ma Status Output

Here is a link to a pictorial on the 2011 Yaris :

  https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~129997~PN~1

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duffmanaudio 
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With d2d the dball will do features like locks, arm & disarm, door status, brake switch & more & you dont need to find the wires. It will do it through the (can system). But on some cars it dosent work so well. I did a am6.2 & dball on a yaris last year & it worked great through d2d.
With w2w (wire 2 wire) you will need to hook the input & output wires between the dball & alarm/r.start.
both of these use the can system for the above features. in d2d you just plug the 4 pin plug between the 2 & gain all of these features.
duffmanaudio 
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oops I misread pkall lol
sansag13 
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Thank you Kreg for pointing to the installation link.

I know my car has transponder ring antenna at the ignition switch. That is the reason I had selected PKALL as immobilizer as it supports 2009 yaris. My question is if I connect D2D wire between PKALL module and Viper 5501 remote starter, will it give me some more flexibility in instllation? (e.g less wire tapping due to D2D).

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Posted: April 17, 2012 at 2:31 PM / IP Logged  
D2D will save you only 2 wire connections.  The PKALL only gets +12V and
ground through the D2D harness.  Although the D2D harness is a fixed length,
it might be neater and should not cause any functional problems.  It does
not add any functional flexibility.  You will still have to run the (-) When
Running wire back to the Viper also.
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What year is your Yaris?
sansag13 
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I have 2009 yaris.
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