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2013 Toyota Prius 2 With Viper 3106V


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amazingfacts 
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Posted: August 15, 2021 at 12:02 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote amazingfacts
I'm looking to installing a Viper 3106v for a 2013 Prius 2 and would like a very simple installation. I'm looking to installing the alarm for the following:
1. Door trigger
2. Rear door/hatch trigger
3. Motion sensor.
4. Possibly the following later: Hood pin trigger and tilt sensor.
With that said, I don't want to use the factory starter kill for simplicity sake.
My questions are the following:
In order to set up this alarm, do I need any relays to hook up # 1-4?
To hook up the door trigger is it violet (viper) to purple (car wiring harness)?
To hook up the rear door/hatch, do I hook up the violet (Viper) to rear door/hatch dome light?
With this setup, I should be able to use both the key fob and Vipers remote, correct?
Thanks in advance guys.
2013 Prius 2
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Posted: August 15, 2021 at 3:19 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote i am an idiot
I only see a Prius, a Prius C and Prius V. Which of those?   Second question, Regular Key or Smart key?
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Posted: August 15, 2021 at 4:40 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote amazingfacts
Thanks for your reply. I have the regular Prius with Smart key.
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12 Volts      white (125A)      +      dash fuse box, white 1 pin plug (2E), pin 1           
Second 12 Volts      white (125A)      +      dash fuse box, white 1 pin plug (2E), pin 1           
Ground      (chassis ground)                     
Ignition      red      +      dash fuse box, white 40 pin plug (2C), pin 2           
Second Ignition      black      +      dash fuse box, rear, white 40 pin plug (2B), pin 25           
Accessory      green      +      dash fuse box, rear, white 56 pin plug (2A), pin 43           
PTS 1      black      -      power start stop switch, black 14 pin plug, pin 7           
PTS 2      yellow      -      power start stop switch, black 14 pin plug, pin 2           
CAN Bus High      white      data      OBD-Data Link Connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 6           
CAN Bus Low      yellow      data      OBD-Data Link Connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 14           
OBD 12 Volts      red (7.5A)      +      OBD-Data Link Connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 16           
OBD Ground      green      -      OBD-Data Link Connector, white 16 pin plug, pin 4           
RX DATA      violet (BRX)      data      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 4           
TX DATA      green (BTX)      data      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 16           
IMMO Data      blue (IMO)      data      Power Management ECU behind glove box, gray 31 pin plug, pin 20           
IMMO Data 2      red (IMI)      data      Power Management ECU behind glove box, gray 31 pin plug, pin 21           
Security Light      black      +      Certification ECU behind glove box, white 36 pin plug, pin 2           
Power Lock      lt. green (passenger door switch)      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 9           
Power Unlock      brown (passenger door switch)      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 10           
Lock Motor      red      5 wire      driver kick, white 26 pin plug, pin 1           
Driver Unlock Motor      black      5 wire      driver kick, white 26 pin plug, pin 15           
Passenger Unlock Motor      violet      5 wire      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 11           
Factory Alarm Arm      green (driver door key lock)      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 11           
Factory Alarm Disarm      violet (driver door key unlock)      double -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 24           
Disarm No Unlock      (proximity key and push-button)                     
Parking Lights      brown      +      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 18           
Parking Lights -      yellow      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 30      Directwire      
Hazards      yellow      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 3           
Turn Signal (Left)      yellow      +      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 17           
Turn Signal (Right)      green      +      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 4           
Headlight      blue      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 29      Directwire      
AutoLights      white      cut      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 28      Directwire      
Reverse Light      red      +      driver kick, white 64 pin plug, pin 29           
Left Front Door Trigger      violet      -      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 35           
Right Front Door Trigger      brown      -      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 36           
Left Rear Door Trigger      green      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 6           
Right Rear Door Trigger      (same as left rear door trigger)                     
Dome Light      blue      -      dash fuse box, rear, white 56 pin plug (2A), pin 52           
Trunk/Hatch Pin      blue or gray      -      Body ECU on dash fuse box, white 30 pin plug, pin 19           
Trunk/Hatch Release      gray (rear handle switch)      -      driver kick, white 64 pin plug, pin 46           
Trunk Release Motor      yellow      5 wire      dash fuse box, white 36 pin plug (2D), pin 9           
Fuel Door Release      lt. green (Plug-in Hybrid)      -      fuel lid opener switch, black 5 pin plug, pin 4           
Tachometer      (program engine checking off)                     
Fuel Pump      red      +      driver kick, white 10 pin plug, pin 8           
Rear Defroster      yellow      -      A/C Amplifier under front of center console, white 40 pin plug, pin 20           
Mirror Defroster      (same as rear defroster)                     
Left Front Heated Seat      beige (except Plug-in Hybrid)      +      seat heater switch, black 8 pin plug, pin 3           Notes
Right Front Heated Seat      gray (except Plug-in Hybrid)      +      seat heater switch, black 8 pin plug, pin 6           Notes
Speed Sense      violet      ac      radio, white 28 pin plug, pin 17 or white 20 pin plug, pin 3           
Brake Wire      blue      +      brake switch or driver kick, white 10 pin plug, pin 5           
Parking Brake      red      -      dash fuse box, white 40 pin plug (2C), pin 20           
Horn Trigger      lt. blue      -      dash fuse box, white 40 pin plug (2C), pin 24           
Wipers      red (LO); white (HI); brown (ignition)      +      wiper switch, white 10 pin plug, pins 3, 4, 2           
Left Front Window (Up/Down)      (motor is part of module)                     
Right Front Window (Up/Down)      (motor is part of module)                     
Left Rear Window (Up/Down)      (motor is part of module)                     
Right Rear Window (Up/Down)      (motor is part of module)                     
Sun Roof (Open/Close)      lt. blue - brown (function with ignition on only)      -      driver kick, white 64 pin plug, pins 51 - 52      
amazingfacts 
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Posted: August 15, 2021 at 6:44 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote amazingfacts
Great thanks. So in order to wire up the 5 doors, is the best and quickest way to hook up the alarm door trigger to the dome light? No need to hook up to each of the 5 doors correct?
2013 Prius 2
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Posted: August 16, 2021 at 8:15 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote audiokid1
The best way would be to diode isolate the 4 door triggers. You may use 1N4001 diodes for this. The cathode/colored/striped side of each diode will be connected to the vehicle's wiring. The alarm should have a separate door trigger input for the trunk that you can use.
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Posted: August 16, 2021 at 11:49 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote amazingfacts
Great thanks. I'm assuming I should use the same diodes for the hood pin as well? Also I have additional questions:
This Prius has a smart key and push to start...will I be using both the viper remote and smart key together for example when starting the car? Will the alarm go off when I put my hand in the door handle to unlock the door? Or do I un-arm with viper remote 1st? Is there a way to use just the viper remote alarm? Or do I need a more capable alarm?
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Posted: August 16, 2021 at 1:47 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote audiokid1
I'd personally look at a different model of alarm. I'd recommend stepping up to a remote start + security system that accepts a FLCART/Blade module by ADS. Compustar makes several nice systems.
The blade module is going to provide all of the following via data and make the install so much easier for you
2013 Toyota Prius 2 With Viper 3106V -- posted image.
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Posted: August 17, 2021 at 12:21 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote amazingfacts
Great thanks for the suggestion audiokid. I'll look into that.
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Posted: August 23, 2021 at 8:16 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote t&t tech
This is just my humble opinion. Adding that 3106 to a push start prius is absolutely pointless. Toyota's system is designed so beautifully and makes life a breeze, why would you add such a basic alarm that will just add hassle to your life. you will now have to manually press your viper remote to disarm the alarm and maintain batteries in both fobs, for no added security. Its really pointless. Just my 2 cents.
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