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2006 Subaru Legacy Factory Alarm Arm Wire


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redbull304 
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Posted: January 18, 2017 at 1:49 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote redbull304
Can somebody help me figure out where the factory security alarm ARM wire is at for a 2006 Subaru Legacy (normal/standard, not GT etc)
I've found a few posts, pictures, and pin-outs online, but they have all been wrong!
Hopefully somebody can tell me it's location at the BIU.
It's not the 35 pin plug @ BIU, pin 3, brown wire. I have a red wire at pin 3 and it does not arm the factory alarm.
some sites/post say 35 pin plug, pin 3, brown wire... some say only arms and disarms with factory remote (I have disarm wire working properly), and some say only arms when locking drivers door while open.
There has to be some way for my rs (compustar cs-800) remote to arm the factory alarm when I lock the doors.... just like the factory remote does.
Please help! Thanks in advance.
tdbaker021 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 12:00 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote tdbaker021
Subaru Legacy 2006
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Vehicle Wiring
Wire Function     Installation Type     Vehicle Color     CM7X00/ADS Color     Location     Pin Out     Polarity
12 Volts Constant     Remote Start      White (50A)           Ignition Switch     6 pin White connector, pin 3     +
Starter     Remote Start      White / Black           Ignition Switch     6 pin White connector, pin 2     +
Ignition     Remote Start      Green           Ignition Switch     6 pin White connector, pin 6     +
2nd Ignition     Remote Start      Blue           Ignition Switch     6 pin White connector, pin 1     +
Accessory     Remote Start      Yellow           Ignition Switch     6 pin White connector, pin 4     +
Keysense     Remote Start      Black / White           Key Switch     4 pin White connector, pin 4     +
Tach Signal     Remote Start      Red / White           Instrument Cluster     22 pin Green connector, pin 20     AC
Foot Brake     Remote Start      Brown / White to Brown / Red           Brake Pedal Switch or BIU Right of Steering Column     (BIU) 28 pin White connector, pin 23     +
Parking Brake     Remote Start      Gray or Green / Yellow           Parking Brake Pedal Switch or Driver Kick Panel     20 pin White connector, pin 5     -
Horn     Remote Start      Red / White           BIU Right of Steering Column     30 pin White connector, pin 11     -
Parking Lights (+)     Remote Start      Orange           Parking Light Switch     4 pin White connector, pin 4     +
Parking Lights (-)     Remote Start      Black / White (Functions with Ignition ON Only)           Lighting Switch     17 pin connector, pin 14     -
Hazards     Remote Start      Purple / Black           BIU Right of Steering Column     30 pin White connector, pin 12     -
Turn Signal (L)     Remote Start      Blue / Green           Dash Fuse Box     20 pin White connector, pin 20     +
Turn Signal (R)     Remote Start      Red / Green           Dash Fuse Box     20 pin White connector, pin 3     +
Lock     Remote Start      Brown / White           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 15     -
Unlock     Remote Start      Brown / Black           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 29     -
Trunk Release     Remote Start      (use Trunk Release Motor)                       
Factory Alarm Arm     Remote Start      (Arms on Lock with Driver Door Open)                       
Factory Alarm Disarm     Remote Start      Yellow / Red (Driver Door Key Unlock)           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 12     -
Disarm No Unlock     Remote Start      (Transponder and Ignition)                       
Lock Motor     Remote Start      Lt. Green / Yellow           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 7     5 wire
Unlock Motor     Remote Start      Lt. Green           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 23     5 wire
Driver Front Door Trigger     Remote Start      Blue / White           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 19     -
Trunk Pin     Remote Start      Lt. Green / Black           BIU Right of Steering Column     35 pin Gray connector, pin 17     -
Dome Light Supervision     Remote Start      Brown           BIU Right of Steering Column     30 pin White connector, pin 3     -
Reverse Light     Remote Start      Brown / Yellow           Passenger Kick Panel     16 pin White connector, pin 12     +
redbull304 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 7:20 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote redbull304
yea, there's also things like that posted that say there's no factory disarm wire... transponder and factory fob only!
there has to be some way to arm the factory alarm with the compustar remote when I lock the car.... the factory key fob does it! why can't the compustar fob do it?
I've seen posts where people have found it, but they never post back and tell people which one. the posts are 2-3 years old too, so I can't really ask them.
There's actually a few posts on this form where people ask the same question.... then find it, post back and say OK I figured it out, thanks, then never say which wire it was lol
bat9905 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 2:00 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote bat9905
I did that car a few years back and concluded it's rf controlled by oem remote . Since I was using an alarm with starter kill I just informed customer to only use after market remote for lock and unlock . I do know at one time I i datalink required 2 bypass modules to alarm factory alarm
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tdbaker021 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 5:51 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote tdbaker021
What bypass are you using?
redbull304 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 5:54 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote redbull304
Compustar CS-800 Remote Start with iDatalink ADS-AL-CA
redbull304 
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Posted: January 19, 2017 at 6:02 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote redbull304
It's TB-SUB though... for bypass.
not DL-SUB.
about 90 percent of the wiring diagrams do not list the disarm wire and say there is no possible way to disarm the alarm with remote start or bypass, but I did find theverything disarm wire and it disarms my factory alarm great!
I just need to figure out the arm wire so my alarm arms when I lock the car with the compustar remote! I don't want to lug around the factory remote just to arm my alarm... there has to be some way to do it!

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