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2018 Kia Rio, Remote Start Wiring


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mpalmisano 
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Posted: March†17, 2019 at 1:58 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote mpalmisano
Does anyone have the wire diagram for remote start on a 2018 Kia Rio with standard key? Please post
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Posted: March†17, 2019 at 5:54 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote geepherder
For vehicle wiring info, pull up an installation guide for your vehicle at the following links:
https://fortin.ca/
http://www.idatalink.com/
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Posted: April†27, 2019 at 7:27 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote syl20rochon
Hi, what product will you be installing?
Sylvain Rochon
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mpalmisano 
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Posted: April†27, 2019 at 8:32 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote mpalmisano
I'm installing a scytek A4.2W .. I figured out most if the wiring already. I got the remote start working, got the locks working , parking lights . Now I'm stuck on the door triggers, trunk trigger and remote trunk release. I went on a few sites to get wire diagram but nothing showing for the 2018 standard key except wiresheet.com which I guess is omega site but the wire sheet they have is 90 percent inaccurate . I know sound crazy but trust me I look at there tech sheet An it's telling me wire colors and plugs that don't even exist in the vehicle. Tech sheet says pink wire for constant 12v and Ignition wire... there's no pink wire at all in the ignition harness .. than its having me looking for a 42 pin white connector to the right of the fuse panel... yea that doesn't exist either! I'm going into this car blind , no tech sheets at all so it's taking me some time.. any help with what I have left would be great. Oh btw anyone thinking about doing this vehicle .. anyone that tells you you need a bypass module ... you don't. This car evidently does not need one .. I bought one, flashed it, hooked it up, programmed it An nothing .. took it all out An Bam the car started, locks functioned perfect .
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Posted: April†28, 2019 at 6:05 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote syl20rochon
Hi, Iím not familiar with this product but hopefully this information will help
Note: if you have connected a bypass module like Idatalink, directed DB3 or a Fortin, all connections are communicated to remote start/alarm module via CAN connection and no physical connections are needed.
Here are the physical connections needed to do W2W.
Trunk/Hatch Pin     
Wire Color     Green
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Driver Kick, black 48 pin plug (MF11), pin 1
     Trunk/Hatch Release
Wire Color     Orange
Polarity     -
Wire Location     I/P Junction Block, rear, gray 56 pin plug (D), pin
Hood Pin     
Wire Color     Yellow
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Driver Kick, black 82 pin plug (EM11), pin 5
Left Front Door Trigger     
Wire Color     Brown
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Driver Kick, black 48 pin plug (MF11), pin 26
Photo     
Note
     
Item     Right Front Door Trigger
Wire Color     White
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Passenger Kick, white 24 pin plug (MF21), pin 6
Photo     
Note
     
Item     Left Rear Door Trigger
Wire Color     Green (with SLM); Gray (with BCM)
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Driver Kick, black 48 pin plug (MF11), pin 27
Photo     
Note
     
Item     Right Rear Door Trigger
Wire Color     Brown
Polarity     -
Wire Location     Passenger Kick, white 24 pin plug (MF21), pin
Sylvain Rochon
MECP security specialist
Tech support for remote starters
26 Years of experience counts
I'm here to help.

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