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jjsawyer 
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Posted: October 04, 2017 at 9:39 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote jjsawyer
I'm looking for wiring diagrams or instructions for installing Viper 4105v in 2014 Honda Civic with pushbutton start. Didn't see anything in the forum search or in wiring diagrams.
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Posted: October 05, 2017 at 4:08 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote kreg357
For that car, the bypass module manufacturer provides a very complete install guide that shows all the necessary
wiring for the R/S system install.   Your next step would be to review the bypass module offerings from XpressKit,
Fortin and iDatalink.   All are pretty much similar in supported features but install wiring varies.   
Due to the type of ignition immobilizer system used in that car ( assuming U.S. domestic market vehicle ), all bypass
modules require "extended programming". Fortin calls it DCryptor, XpressKit calls it Key2Go and iDatalink calls
it KLON. Unless you are a registered 12V professional you will hit a bit of a road block here.   Access to the manu-
facturers WEB site to perform module flash and extended programming is restricted at XpressKit and iDatalink.
You will be required to register and provide business info proving your 12V professional status. Additionally, you will
need the special programming cable to flash the bypass module with the correct firmware and then to perform the
extended programming. These cable cost between $25 and $50 dollars.
While all three bypass modules are or can be setup to be D2D compatible with the Viper 4105, the XpressKit is the
native offering from the same manufacturer. Unless you are a registered DEI dealer, you won't be able to get WEB
site access to perform the Key2Go process and complete the install. As an exercise in futility, check around with
various local DEI 12V install shops to see if they will flash your DB-ALL3 bypass module and then perform the
Key2Go process when you return with the module.
Your best chance of doing this yourself without +12V professional status is with the Fortin EVO-ALL module. Their
flash cable ( FlashLink2 ) is the most expensive ( ~ $50 ). You can select option F3 during programming to support
D2D communication with the Viper 4105.
Please note that all R/S installs for the PTS Civic's will automatically shutdown the remote started engine upon
vehicle entry ( opening any door ).
Here are links to the bypass manufacturers mentioned above :
XpressKit - https://www.directechs.com/default.aspx
iDatalink - http://www.idatalink.com/support
Fortin - http://fortin.ca/en/
Flashlogic - http://www.flashlogic.com/support           ( iDatalink products for DBI D2D R/S systems )
Terms :
R/S - remote start system, i.e Viper 4105 in your case
DEI - Directed Electronics Inc makers of Viper, Python, XpressKit to name a few
D2D - Data to Data communication protocol for comm between the R/S system and the bypass module
DBI - DEI's D2D protocol
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