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Viper 4706v, 2013 Toyota Highlander


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learningguy 
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Posted: November 18, 2017 at 1:52 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote learningguy
In attempting to install the Viper 4706v in a 2013 toyota highlander. Does anyone know the wiring diagram for this? Or what wires to splice into on this vehicle? Trying to do myself, thank you for any support ☺
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Posted: November 18, 2017 at 2:32 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote wirewise
HIGHLANDER      2011-2013
KEY      T-HARNESS      IMMOBILIZER
N/A      N/A      TOYOTAS TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, SEE NOTE #1
PART      COLOR      LOCATION      DIAGRAM
12 VOLT CONSTANT      CONNECT TO BATTERY ONLY!           
STARTER      YELLOW (+)      @ IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8-PIN PLUG, PIN 7      
STARTER 2      RED (+)      @ IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8-PIN PLUG, PIN 3      
IGNITION 1      BLACK (+)      @ IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8-PIN PLPUG, PIN 6      
IGNITION 2      LIGHT BLUE (+)      @ IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8-PIN PLUG, PIN 1      
IGNITION 3      N/A           
ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 1      GRAY (+)      @ IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8-PIN PLUG, PIN 2      
ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 2      N/A           
KEYSENSE      LIGHT BLUE (-)      @ IGNITION KEY SWITCH, WHITE 2-PIN PLUG, PIN 1      
PARKING LIGHTS ( - )      LIGHT BLUE (-)      @ HEADLIGHT SWITCH, WHITE 20-PIN PLUG, PIN 18      
PARKING LIGHTS ( + )      N/A           
POWER LOCK      LIGHT BLUE or BEIGE (-) TYPE B      @ DRIVERS KICK PANEL, BLACK 18-PIN PLUG, PIN 14      
POWER UNLOCK      GREEN (-) TYPE B      @ DRIVERS KICK PANEL, BLACK 18-PIN PLUG, PIN 9      
LOCK MOTOR WIRE      RED (5-WIRE)      @ DRIVERS KICK PANEL, BLACK 14-PIN PLUG, PIN 4      
DOOR TRIGGER      BLUE (-)      @ DASH FUSEBOX, BLACK 18-PIN PLUG, PIN 15      
DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION      LIGHT BLUE (-)      @ DASH FUSEBOX, WHITE 12-PIN PLUG, PIN 5      
TRUNK RELEASE      YELLOW (-) ( LIFTGATE), ORG or BEIGE (-) (GLASS)      @ DRIVER KICK, GRAY 12-PIN PLUG, PIN 1; BLACK 18-PIN PLUG, PIN 13      
SLIDING POWER DOOR      N/A           
HORN      GRAY (-)      @ DASH FUSEBOX, WHITE 16-PIN PLUG, PIN 11      
TACH      NOT REQUIRED FOR REMOTE STARTING           
WAIT TO START LIGHT      N/A           
BRAKE      BLUE (+)      @ BRAKE SWITCH, WHITE 4-PIN PLUG, PIN 1      
FACTORY ALARM DISARM      USE "KEYSENSE" TO DISARM           
ANTI-THEFT      TOYOTA'S TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM      @ IGNITION BARREL      
NOTES
NOTE #1: VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM AND REQUIRES A B-SERIES REMOTE STARTER AND EXTRA IGNITION KEY. IF NOT INSTALLING A B-SERIES REMOTE STARTER THE 791 BYPASS MODULE AND EXTRA IGNITION KEY IS REQUIRED FOR REMOTE STARTING.
~wirewise~ Verify all wiring with your meter before making any connections!
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Posted: November 18, 2017 at 7:09 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote kreg357
Pust-To-Start or regular key ignition?
Are you using a bypass module? Which one?
Soldering is fun!
learningguy 
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Posted: November 18, 2017 at 10:29 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote learningguy
Regular key, has a G on it. No bypass, just whatever came in the box. And im trying to understand where all these wires are. Are these all found under the steering column wrapped in a wire cover that I need to cut away from the wires. Or all the plugs plugged in above the fuse box behind the panel that has the side mirror control switch and wiper button etc.? Thank you for replying
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Posted: November 19, 2017 at 1:15 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote kreg357
Well, here is where you get to live up to your byline. There is a bit to learn here, Guy.
OK, the 4706 is a Viper product. It comes with a very short, 2 page, install guide. Search in the Downloads
section here or the WEB for the full, more complete install guide. Read that to get an idea of wheat all the
wires mean and do. There will be many that do no need to be connected.
Being as your vehicle has a "G" ignition key, you will need an additional part called a bypass module. That's
good news and it's bad news. The good news is that the right bypass module can do a whole lot for you and
make the install easier. The bad news is that is it cost more money and you must do more research and learning
to find and obtain the correct one for your application.
As you can see above, the learning curve for just your vehicle is pretty steep and that is why local install
shops can charge the amounts they do. The next hurdle is to understand that you will be disassembling your
vehicle a bit to add in the Viper and making electrical connections to various wires. These connections must
be done correctly or you can severely damage your vehicle. And, as my byline reads, these connections should
be soldered.
I would recommend obtaining an FLCAN bypass module flashed with FLC-AL(DL)-TL5 firmware. Here is a link to
that install guide : https://images.idatalink.com/corporate/Content/Manuals/DL-TL5/FLC-AL(DL)-TL5-EN_20170704.pdf
You would follow the Type 5 wiring guide. Even though it is a different bypass module, you could reference
this install guide from Fortin for their EVO-ALL bypass module and your vehicle for the photos and wiring
it shows :   http://fortin.ca/download/9041/evo-all_ig_reg_bi_toy_highlander_2011-2013_gkey_d_9041.pdf   These
guides pretty much show you all the necessary wires, their location and color, and connector pin position.
With the correct bypass module and firmware, your install in not that difficult but there is a bunch to learn
on this project. After you get a feel for what all is involved and decide on the bypass module you want to
use, you can make up a proposed wiring chart for the Viper and bypass module connections to each other and the
vehicle and then post it here so that the Forum members can review it and make recommendations.
Bottom line, this is not going to be 2 hour job on a Saturday afternoon. Just the research
will take several evenings. Obtaining the bypass module with the correct firmware will take about
a week if you order online. Then there will be another evening of bench prep and finally a full
weekend of installation and programming.
Soldering is fun!
learningguy 
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Posted: November 19, 2017 at 3:34 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote learningguy
Thank you for the info. Now on to that research ☺
Learningguy

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