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2002-2004 Toyota Camry Remote Start w/Keyless Pictorial


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I've never tried to do that, mostly because everything I've read about other peoples attempts were unsuccessful.
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Fair enough, I'll set 3-02 to option 2 and hope it's not too obnoxious :-)
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Posted: March 29, 2019 at 7:24 PM / IP Logged  
Update Kreg! Finished the install and everything works great. You were right, even though the manual says that engine sensing is default, it is actually tach mode. The OP500 worked flawlessly. What a time saver, I don't know if I'll ever install another Compustar, but I'll be ready if I do.
Thank you again!
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Once word gets out about your R/S install, all your friends and relatives will want one too. You'll need the OP-500 for them. 2002-2004 Toyota Camry Remote Start w/Keyless Pictorial - Page 3 -- posted image.
Enjoy your new and improved Camry!
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Hey Kreg, which one is the "thick black at fuse box"? is it one of the 2 the black and green wires?
can i just use the 12V constant white/red at ignition? or maybe not because of current limitations?
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You are correct on several points. The ignition wires are supplied by 2 different wires in the plug. One is thin and can only handle 10 Amps. That wire provides current for either Starter2 or IGN2 which are also thin wires. The "thick Black wire at the fuse box" is actually two Black/Green wires as shown in one of the photos. Depending on the system you are installing you can split up the +12V inputs between those vehicle wires.
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although it took me some time (and figuring out a few things) i was able to install this and get it to work. thanks for your guide, I wouldn't have attempted this without it.
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Thanks for the update. Glad you are pleased with the results. Enjoy your new and improved Camry!
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actually a quick question. the car unlocks all doors on a double pulse but i am seeing it is very finicky on getting the right timing between the double pulse. i was wondering if there is an option to unlock all doors at the first pulse? i briefly checked the manual but didn't find anything.
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Are talking about using the Factory remotes or an aftermarket remote that came with a R/S system?
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