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jmat72 
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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 5:50 PM / IP Logged  

Hi All,

Long time lurker, first time poster.  I have searched and researched literally hours on this and this is what I have come up with.  It’s been a while since I have installed an alarm and I want to make sure I have all of the correct connections.  I am assuming the 2013 is the same as the 2012.

I am installing a Viper 5904 into a 2013 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab, V6, Automatic, with a “G” key.  Can you guys review the wiring I have below and let me know if I’ve got it all correct?  I have some questions regarding which connections require relays and also the PKALL bypass.  I downloaded the instructions for the “G” key, I am a little fuzzy on the Data 2 wire and the keysense.

This post was very helpful, but it does not look like I need to use the keysense wire and the tx/rx for the bypass are in a different location.

https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~130004

Also, will the WHITE/ red wire at the ignition switch be enough to power all of the relays, including those on the H3 harness?  The wiring diagram I have says that there is another 12v constant at the ignition switch (WHITE/ blue), should I use that for the relays?

From what I gather I will need a total of 3 relays – horn honk, dome light and starter 2.  And perhaps one more each for the parking lights and piezo siren?

Sorry for the long post, thanks in advance to anyone who reads and responds!

Viper 5904 Connections

H1/1 12v Constant – WHITE/ red - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 5

H1/2 ground - ground
H1/3 (+) siren – positive of siren, will this support a piezo siren as well, or should this be on a relay?
H1/4 Parking light isolation wire – n/a
H1/5 Parking light output (relay?) – green - headlight switch, white 20 pin plug, pin 18 (Set jumper to negative)
H1/6 Ground when Armed – blue/white - PKALL

H2/1 Ignition/Flex Relay Control Output – n/a

H2/2 Neutral Safety Input - ground
H2/3 2nd status – n/a
H2/4 OEM Alarm Disarm Output – GREEN/ black - driver kick, gray 10 pin plug, pin 8, set to double pulse
H2/5 Trunk release – n/a
H2/6 (-) Door Trigger input – GREEN/ YELLOW - dash fuse box, white 18 pin plug (1F), pin 7 (will this work for all 4 doors?)
H2/7 (-) Dome light supervision – relay- blue - dash fuse box, black 13 pin plug (1E), pin 9
H2/8 (-) Horn Honk Output – relay - GREEN/ red - dash fuse box, white 18 pin plug (1C), pin 10
H2/9 Status Output – n/a
H2/10 Ignition 1 output – n/a
H2/11 Aux 3 output - n/a
H2/12 (+) Door trigger input – n/a
H2/13 Aux 1 output - n/a
H2/14 Aux 2 output - n/a
H2/15 Aux 4 output - n/a
H2/16 (+) Brake Shutdown – blue - dash fuse box, white 13 pin plug (1D), pin 13
H2/17 (-) Hood pin input – hood pin
H2/18 (-) Starter output – relay - BLACK/ white - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 3
H2/19 (-) Trunk Pin – n/a
H2/20 Diesel Wait to start – n/a
H2/21 Turbo Timer – n/a
H2/22 (-) Accessory Output – n/a
H2/23 Tach input - BLACK/ white - data link connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 9
H2/24 (-) OEM Alarm Arm Output – purple - driver kick, gray 10 pin plug, pin 4

H3/1 (+) Ignition 1 - BLACK/ red - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 6

H3/2 (+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay input – 12v WHITE/ red - white 8 pin plug, pin 5
H3/3 (+) Accessory Output – n/a
H3/4 (+) Starter Output (car side) - GREEN/ black - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 7
H3/5 (+) Starter Input (Key Side) - GREEN/ black - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 7
H3/6 (+) Fused Ignition 1 input – 12v WHITE/ red - white 8 pin plug, pin 5
H3/7 (+) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Output - blue / YELLOW - ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 1
H3/8 (+) Flex Relay input – n/a
H3/9 (+) Fused Accessory/Starter Input – 12v WHITE/ red - white 8 pin plug, pin 5
H3/10 – n/a

Door Lock 3 pin connector is not used

PKALL Connections

Connector 1 – D2D – to Viper 5904

Connector 2

PURPLE / White – Data 1 – Light GREEN/ Black- ECM Behind glove box, SPLICE into Pin 20
Yellow/Black – Data 2 – Blue/White - ECM Behind glove box, Cut wire, ECM Side (??)
Blue/White – Ground while running – H1/6 - blue/white Viper
Green – n/a (Keysense??)
Pink – n/a
Black – n/a
 
Connector 3
Light Green – Same connection as yellow/black…(??)
ORANGE / Brown –  Blue/white - ECM Behind glove box, Cut wire, Car Side (??)
ORANGE / Green – n/a
Brown – n/a

Thanks!

Jason

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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 5:58 PM / IP Logged  

One correction so far :

H1/6 not used.  PKALL Blue/White goes to Viper H2/9.  Status Out = Ground When Running

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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 6:03 PM / IP Logged  
If 2013 is the same as 2012, Viper H3/3 Orange should go to WHITE/ Green @ ignition switch, white 8 pin plug, pin 2.
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jmat72 
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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 6:07 PM / IP Logged  

Wow you are fast, thanks for the corrections!

Here is the link to the PKALL manuals, I am using the Tacoma G Key pdf and that is where I got the wiring for the PKALL.

http://www.xpresskit.com/product.aspx?productid=196

Thanks again,

Jason

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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 6:11 PM / IP Logged  

For another source of +12V constant power, most Toyota's have a thick gauge wire ( usually White or Black ) at the

front of the fuse box.  It is usually rated at over 100 Amps.

Yes, that is the correct PKALL install guide to use.  Just make sure the PKALL has the latest firmware loaded. ( Ver 4.07 ? )

Here is a link to a WEB site that has photos of the connection location / wires for the bypass module : 

http://www.checkyourground.com/

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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 6:29 PM / IP Logged  

Thanks again!

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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 6:39 PM / IP Logged  

Glad to help.  Bulldog shows the 2009 - 2012 as the same.  If the 2013 is also the same, here is a link to a nice pictorial on a 2010 ( no G key ) :

https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~130004~PN~1

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jmat72 
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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 9:52 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the links. I just checked my PKALL and it is ver 4.06, I hope that is late enough.
I will be doing the install this weekend, so I will report back if the wiring is different. I sure hope not.
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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 9:55 PM / IP Logged  
At least according to the install sheet, it says firmware 4.0 or higher, so I should be good.
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Posted: October 18, 2012 at 10:08 PM / IP Logged  

Yes, PKALL Ver 4.0 was the cut-over point.  Anything higher will work.

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