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2014 Toyota Tundra Remote Start Wiring


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pgreene4 
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Posted: March 27, 2014 at 7:30 PM / IP Logged  
Hi Everyone,
I am getting ready to install a viper 5706V remote start in my 2014 Tundra Doublecab and wanted to post my wiring plans here for any suggestions or incase i have any mistakes so here goes.
I will be using a dball2 in D2D mode which in my vehicle states that it takes care of the following:
Hood pin Status
Brake Status
Tach Input
Trunk Status
Door Status
Neutral Safety
Unlock Output
Lock OutputGround When Armed Output
so here is the actual wiring i will be performing
H1-1 (+) 12VDC Constant---to Battery
H1-2 (-) chassis ground ---to Ground
H1-3 (+) siren output ---to siren +
H1-4 parking light isolation wire pin 87a of onboard relay ---Not Used
H1-5 Parking light output ---to white 26 pin plug on body ecu pin 23 Beige wire
H1-6 (-) 500MA ground when armed output ---Not Used
24 pin connector
H2-1 (-) 200MA ignition 2 / flex relay output ---not used
H2-2 (-) 200MA 2nd Status/ rear defogger ---not Used
H2-3 (-) 200MA trunk Release output ---not used
H2-4 (-) 200MA dome light output ---to interior light switch on dash black 12 pin plug pin 11 Blue Wire
H2-5 (-) 200MA status output ---not used
H2-6, H2-7, H2-8 Aux output 3, 1, 4 ---not used
H2-9 Hood pin input ---not used
H2-10 (-) trunk pin input ---not used
H2-11 Activation Input ---not used
H2-12 Tach input ---not used
H2-13 (-) neutral safety ---to ground
H2-14 (-) 200MA factory Alarm disarm output ---not used
H2-15 (-) door input ---not used
H2-16 (-) horn honk output ---not used
H2-17 (-) 200MA ignition 1 output ---not used
H2-18 (+) door input ---not used
H2-19 (-) 200MA aux 2 output ---not used
H2-20 (+) brake shutdown input ---not used
H2-21 (-) 200MA starter output ---not used
H2-22 (-) diesel wait to start ---not used
H2-23 (-) 200MA accessory output ---not used
H2-24 (-) 200MA factory alarm arm output ---not used
Remote Start 10 Pin Connector
H3-1 no wire
H3-2 (+) fused 12V accessory / starter input ---to Battery +
H3-3 (+) flex relay input 87A key side ( if required ) of flex relay --- ignition switch white 8 pin plug pin 1 ( key side of cut wire)
H3-4 (+) ignition 2 / flex relay output --- ignition switch white 8 pin plug pin 1 ( vehicle side of cut wire )
H3-5 (+) fused 12V ignition 1 input --- to Battery +
H3-6 (+) starter input --- ignition switch white 8 pin plug pin 7 ( key side of cut wire )
H3-7 (+) starter output ---ignition switch white 8 pin plug pin 7 ( vehicle side of cut wire )
H3-8 (+) accessory output ---ignition switch white 8 pin plug pin 2
H3-9 (+) fused 12V ignition 2 / flex relay input 87 --- Battery +
H3-10 (+) ignition 1 input / output ---Battery +
Directwire wiring information:
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
any wiring suggestions or corrections would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry about the length of the post just trying to give as many details as possible
thanks to all in advance
howie (aka: harryharris)
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 1:25 AM / IP Logged  
All appears OK to me, one minor point, on the H3 block please list the Viper colours, your numbering system appears out of synch with the one I use.*
Going to the battery is fine in practice as long as you use an 80 amp fuse at the battery end.
But... Security wise if a thief prys up the hood they can quickly kill it.
The ignition loom constants are fine,or thick white feed to internal fusebox.
*I know they changed the pin designations on the H2 plug so I'm just playing safe here.
Test before boxing up.
pgreene4 
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 4:46 AM / IP Logged  
H3-1 no wire present
H3-2 RED / black
H3-3 pink/black
H3-4 pink/white
H3-5 red
H3-6 green
H3-7 violet
H3-8 orange
H3-9 RED / white
H3-10 pink
2014 Toyota Tundra 5.7L Double cab
Predator Side Steps, Tinted Windows, 20 Inch Rims, 3/1 Lift, 35 Inch Tires
howie (aka: harryharris)
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 4:52 AM / IP Logged  
It all looks good to me.
Oops, your H3/10 PINK is ignition 1 not battery.
Join to black at ignition switch.
Test before boxing up.
howie (aka: harryharris)
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 4:59 AM / IP Logged  
If your vehicle has a dome light which stays on for about a minute after you shut the doors but shuts down within a second of locking the doors, H2/4 dome supervision isn't needed, it's already on the vehicle.
Test before boxing up.
pgreene4 
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 2:14 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the catch on that pink wire
2014 Toyota Tundra 5.7L Double cab
Predator Side Steps, Tinted Windows, 20 Inch Rims, 3/1 Lift, 35 Inch Tires
howie (aka: harryharris)
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Posted: March 28, 2014 at 2:28 PM / IP Logged  
That's OK, good luck with the install.
Test before boxing up.
2014blktundra 
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Posted: December 23, 2014 at 7:41 AM / IP Logged  
Hello, can you help me with locating the door lock wire on '14 tundra? I installed a remote start which uses the factory remote. The truck starts by pressing the lock button twice. Therefore I need to connect the activation wire to door lock wire. The schematics are wrong that I have. I believe Ive tried every wire listed on drivers side. Do you know which wire? Please and thank you.
howie ll 
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Posted: December 23, 2014 at 1:10 PM / IP Logged  
Go to the driver's kickwell and find a wire that goes to POS for about half a second when you lock the vehicle, you might have to relay it to make your input NEG.
2014blktundra 
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Posted: December 23, 2014 at 2:14 PM / IP Logged  
How much power will show for half a second? I've tested every wire on the drivers side. I found the lock wire whenever you press the lock button on door, but I need the wire whenever you press the lock button on remote. Do you know what color wire or connecting block? Volt meter only flashed mv.
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