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2011 Hyundai Sonata Remote Start w/Keyless Pictorial


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Does anyone know color codes for the wiring going to the rear view mirror on 2011-2013 Sonatas. I'm trying to power a dashcam located next to the mirror.
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use a meter and verify. I have it listed as Blue (+) Ignition, Black (-) Ground, Red (+) consant
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I have yellow, green, black and orange. Any idea what they are?
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Tested them with a voltmeter.
Black is ground, orange is +12V (ignition).
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Good write up. I have a problem that I am trying to figure out. 2011 Hyundai Sonata with the factory installed alarm with remote start.
The car cranks but never starts, I found a wire disconnected, it is purple with a white stripe, a quick search from several manufacturers tells me this is the Tach - Input. The wire is coming through the firewall and just hangs.
I want to ensure this is correct before I go connecting it to the coil.
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Think all 2011 Sonata's came with a Factory Alarm system.  Violet/White is a common color for the Tach Input on many DEI brands

of remote starter systems ( Viper, Avital, Python, etc ).   Is the vehicle a regular key or Push-To-Start?  

Think I would take a peek under the dash to get the Brand and Model number off the unit.  Did you get any FOB's or is there an Antenna

on the windshield?

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