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2010 Mazda5, OEM Remote Start Not Working, New Install


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iowagold 
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Posted: June 02, 2020 at 9:45 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote iowagold
2010 mazda5 oem remote start not working new install.
the dealer sold me a 000-8f-L82 remote start unit
does any one have the full pin out for the whole bcm on this suv?
does the door sense need to be connected?
it is all installed but I get 3 horn beeps and a pause when I try to remote start.
so far no joy at the mazda dealership.
it acts like the antitheft is not by passing as i have a fast anti theft flash when i try to remote start.
Paul in Iowa
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Posted: June 02, 2020 at 10:01 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote wirewise
Here's the wiring:
MAZDA 5     2006-2010
KEY     T-HARNESS     IMMOBILIZER
N/A     N/A     TRANSPONDER SYSTEM, See NOTE #1
PART     COLOR     LOCATION     DIAGRAM
12 VOLT CONSTANT     BLACK/YELLOW (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 8     
STARTER     BLACK/BLUE (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 5     
STARTER 2     N/A          
IGNITION 1     BLUE (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 1     
IGNITION 2     N/A          
IGNITION 3     N/A          
ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 1     RED/BLACK (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 6     
ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 2     PURPLE (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 7     
KEYSENSE     WHITE/BLUE (+)     IGNITION SWITCH, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG, PIN 2     
PARKING LIGHTS ( - )     BROWN/RED (+)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 30 PIN PLUG(3), PIN 25     
PARKING LIGHTS ( + )     GRAY/BLACK (+)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 24 PIN PLUG(5), PIN 21     
POWER LOCK     BLUE (-) ONE WIRE     (-) THRU 1000 OHMS LOCKS ,BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 24 PIN PLUG(5), PIN 5     
POWER UNLOCK     SAME WIRE AS LOCK (-)     (-) TO BLUE WIRE UNLOCKS     
LOCK MOTOR WIRE     RED/BLUE (5-WIRE TYPE)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG(6), PIN 1     
DOOR TRIGGER     BLUE/BLACK (-)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 24 PIN PLUG(5), PIN 4     
DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION     YELLOW (-)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 8 PIN PLUG(6), PIN 3     
TRUNK RELEASE     N/A          
SLIDING POWER DOOR     N/A          
HORN     PURPLE/WHITE (-)     BCM BEHIND GLOVE BOX, WHITE 30 PIN PLUG(3), PIN 9     
TACH     BLACK/STRIPE (AC)     ANY FUEL INJECTOR, WHITE 2 PIN PLUG, PIN 1     
WAIT TO START LIGHT               
BRAKE     GREEN/YELLOW (+)     @ BRAKE PEDAL SWITCH or DRIVERS KICK PANEL, HARNESS TO REAR     
FACTORY ALARM DISARM     N/A          
ANTI-THEFT     TRANSPONDER TYPE     @ IGNITION BARREL     
NOTES
NOTE #1 TRANSPONDER ANTI THEFT SYSTEM REQUIRES A 791 BYPASS AND EXTRA KEY FOR REMOTE STARTING. CAN ALSO USE A PKALL OR PKTX (NO KEY REQUIRED TO BE BE LEFT IN BYPASS) 2 KEYS REQUIRED FOR PROGRAMMING.
~wirewise~ Verify all wiring with your meter before making any connections!
iowagold 
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Posted: June 02, 2020 at 10:50 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote iowagold
do you have the color and pin placements pictures for the plugs on the bcm?
Paul in Iowa
silvercivicsir 
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Posted: June 03, 2020 at 9:50 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote silvercivicsir
how did you program the bypass? do you have two valid keys? try inserting a key into the barrel and see if it remote starts
iowagold 
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Posted: June 03, 2020 at 10:06 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote iowagold
yup on the two keys,
and i removed the tumbler and went direct to the ring pickup
to force an auto start.
so it looks like a bad immobilizer.
that brings up a good question
what does it take to forget its program on the immobilizer?
Paul in Iowa
iowagold 
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Posted: June 06, 2020 at 1:59 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote iowagold
TACH     BLACK/STRIPE (AC)     ANY FUEL INJECTOR, WHITE 2 PIN PLUG, PIN 1
ok well no help again from the dealer.
tach is on the fuel injector
green with blue is common b+voltage for all injectors
switched injector is
cyl # 1 black/ white
cyl # 2 black / yellow
cyl # 3 black / blue
cyl # 4 black / orange
cyl # 4 is closest to the harness and battery box.
this is what I used now for the tach trig.
the instructions for the remote start programming are different for the model years!
as well as the immobilizer modules.
Paul in Iowa
iowagold 
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Posted: June 18, 2020 at 2:51 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote iowagold
well that did not go as planned!!
looks like I may not to have had the master keys from the factory!!
so old school solution, divorce the ring from the key cyl and remote mount it...
and had extra keys cut.
the darn oem computer had locked up on too many keys!!
so old school was the best low cost route to go..
mazda wanted $300.00 to clear the keys!! no kidding!!
$250.00 at the lock smith...
at least it is auto starting ok now!
Paul in Iowa

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