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sparxx_513 
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Looking for a wiring diagram. Car has keyless, not sure if it has factory alarm. Thanks in advance.
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DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - NISSAN / VERSA / 2013 / Remote Start
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12volts      pink (40A)      +      ignition switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 3
Starter      white      +      ignition switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 2
Second Starter      N/A           
Ignition      gray      +      ignition switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 1
Second Ignition      N/A           
Third Ignition      N/A           
Accessory      yellow      +      ignition switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 4
Second Accessory      lt. blue      +      ignition switch, white 6 pin plug, pin 5
Keysense      yellow      +      BCM above driver kick, white 40 pin plug, pin 37
Power Lock      gray      -      BCM above driver kick, white 15 pin plug, pin 5
Power Unlock      brown      -      BCM above driver kick, white 15 pin plug, pin 6
Lock Motor      lt. blue      5 wire      BCM above driver kick, black 15 pin plug, pin 10
Unlock Motor      green      5 wire      BCM above driver kick, black 15 pin plug, pin 4
Parking Lights+      red to blue      +      driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pin 4
Parking Lights-      N/A           
Hazards      lt. blue      -      BCM above driver kick, white 40 pin plug, pin 29
Turn Signal(L)      purple      +      BCM above driver kick, black 15 pin plug, pin 5
Turn Signal(R)      white      +      BCM above driver kick, black 15 pin plug, pin 6
Reverse Light      lt. blue to yellow      +      driver kick, gray 16 pin plug, pin 14
Door Trigger      lt. blue      -      BCM above driver kick, white 15 pin plug, pin 7
Dome Supervision      red      -      BCM above driver kick, black 15 pin plug, pin 8
Trunk/Hatch Pin      pink      -      BCM above driver kick, white 15 pin plug, pin 2
Hood Pin      N/A           
Trunk/Hatch Release      N/A           
Power Sliding Door      N/A           
Factory Alarm Arm      gray (driver door key lock)      -      BCM above driver kick, white 40 pin plug, pin 8
Factory Alarm Disarm      white (driver door key unlock)      double -      BCM above driver kick, white 40 pin plug, pin 7
Disarm No Unlock      (see factory alarm disarm)           
Tachometer      blue, orange, green, or red      ac      any fuel injector, black 2 pin plug, pin 2
Wait to start      N/A           
Brake Wire      lt. green      +      BCM above driver kick, white 40 pin plug, pin 9
Parking Brake      lt. blue      -      parking brake switch, black 1 pin plug, pin 1
Horn Trigger      red      -      horn switch, gray 8 pin plug, pin 8
Memory Seat 1      N/A           
Memory Seat 2      N/A           
Memory Seat 3      N/A           
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sparxx_513 
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Posted: January 06, 2015 at 11:45 AM / IP Logged  
Appreciate it. going to use a idatalink bypass on this. Any experience with one on the versa?
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the idata works well. Make sure you dont power up the acc as ignition by accident. you will get a CEL if you do.
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sparxx_513 
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Posted: January 06, 2015 at 7:32 PM / IP Logged  
tedmond wrote:
the idata works well. Make sure you dont power up the acc as ignition by accident. you will get a CEL if you do.
Appreciate the tip. This will be my first time using one of these type bypasses. Are they really as time saving as they seem? Looks like most of the wires from the remote start just connect to the bypass. no relays or anything for the door locks.
shark mobile 
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Posted: January 06, 2015 at 8:09 PM / IP Logged  
Bypasses are constantly evolving and for a good portion of my dealer specific installs a bypass is the remote start!!! the time saving is from not having to do certain connections...door locks, tach, brake, door status, park brake, hood status etc, etc, etc...these options vary from car to car but it's making life easier for installers...does it save time...that's all relative...Cars are becoming more And more complex, and unfortunately that makes space tight...which can make getting something as simple as a brake wire a nightmare...and in walks ADS with a bypass that saves you that step...it's often a relief...
Solder, tape, repeat!
sparxx_513 
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Posted: January 08, 2015 at 8:48 AM / IP Logged  
Have these options in the Idata manual
Versa Sedan STD key 12-14 1
Versa Sedan STD key w/ alarm 12-14 2
Whats the easiest way to tell if factory alarm is installed?
shark mobile 
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Posted: January 08, 2015 at 5:41 PM / IP Logged  
Lock the doors with the factory key fob with the drivers window rolled down, wait and a minute for the system to arm...or not arm as the case may be...once you've waited open the door from the inside manually unlocking the door from the inside...if the horn goes nuts you got an alarm if nothing happens you got none! Hope that helps :)
Solder, tape, repeat!

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