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kevindanielk 
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If anyone can provide me with this, I need the wiring diagram for a 2005 honda pilot ex. I am planning on installing a viper 560xv. Thanks.
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Honda Pilot 2005
    
Remote start / Security / GPS
Wire/Function Colour Location/Description Polarity
PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT YES TRANSPONDER SEE NOTES
12 VOLTS White Ignition switch harness +
IGNITION BLACK / YELLOW Ignition switch harness +
ACCESSORY Yellow Ignition switch harness +
STARTER BLACK/ white Ignition switch harness +
TACH Blue/silver dots 1-pin plug near master brake cylinder AC
LOCK RED / white On blue plug in passenger kickpanel -
UNLOCK RED / black On blue plug in passenger kickpanel -
DOORPIN BLACK/ white Behind on/off switch on right of st. column -
HOODPIN Yellow At hood latch in engine compartment -
FACTORY ARM Pink/black* In 8-pin connector behind glovebox -
FACTORY DISARM GREEN/ blue* In 8-pin connector behind glovebox -
BRAKESWITCH WHITE/ black At switch above brake pedal +
PARKLIGHTS RED / black In driver's kickpanel +
HORN Lt.GREEN/ blue At steering column -
TRANSPONDER IGNITION Yellow/black At 7-pin plug on Ignition switch assembly +
TRANSPONDER DATA 1 Red At 7-pin plug on Ignition switch assembly data
TRANSPONDER DATA 2 Blue At 7-pin plug on Ignition switch assembly data
TRANSPONDER GROUND BROWN / yellow At 7-pin plug on Ignition switch assembly -
Vehicle notes
PLEASE NOTE: This vehicle is equipped with a TRANSPONDER passive anti-theft system. Please refer to the proper security diagram before any remote start installation.
* These wires will also control doorlocks, but do work when ignition is on. You must still make the connections to the doorlock wires.
Note: The information on this sheet is provided to you on an as is basis with no representation or warranty of accuracy whatsoever. It is the sole responsibility of the installer to check and verify any circuit before connecting to it. Only a computer safe logic probe or digital multimeter should be used. Wiremagic.com Corporation and/or any associated or unassociated individual or corporation who furnishes this document and/or software assumes absolutely no liability or responsibility whatsoever pertaining to the accuracy or currency of the information supplied. The installation in each and every case is the sole responsibility of the installer performing the work and Wiremagic.com Corporation and/or any associated or unassociated individual or corporation assumes no liability or responsibility whatsoever resulting from any type of installation, whether performed properly, improperly, or in any other way. The information supplied is a guide only.
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DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - HONDA / PILOT / 2004 / Remote Start
12volts white   +   ignition harness
Starter BLACK/ white   +   ignition harness
Second Starter N/A       
Ignition BLACK / YELLOW   +   ignition harness
Second Ignition N/A       
Third Ignition N/A       
Accessory yellow   +   ignition harness
Second Accessory WHITE/ black   +   ignition harness
Keysense blue/black (required)   -   ignition harness
Power Lock blue/green   -   passenger mux unit
Notes: Meter these wires while turning the key in the passenger door key cylinder.
The passenger mux unit is attached to the passenger side fuse box in the passenger kick panel.
Power Unlock BLACK/ red   -   passenger mux unit
Notes: Meter these wires while turning the key in the passenger door key cylinder.
The passenger mux unit is attached to the passenger side fuse box in the passenger kick panel.
Lock Motor WHITE/ blue   5wi passenger mux unit
Notes: The passenger mux unit is attached to the passenger side fuse box in the passenger kick panel.
Unlock Motor yellow   5wi passenger mux unit
Notes: The passenger mux unit is attached to the passenger side fuse box in the passenger kick panel.
Also found in a green plug on the front of the driver side fuse box.
Parking Lights+ RED / black   +   driver kick panel
Parking Lights- RED / yellow   -   headlight switch
Hazards same as turn signals       
Turn Signal(L) GREEN / WHITE   +   steering column
Turn Signal(R) GREEN/ YELLOW   +   steering column
Reverse Light GREEN/ black   +   driver kick panel
Door Trigger BLACK/ white   -   interior light switch on dash
Dome Supervision lt. green   -   interior light switch on dash
Trunk/Hatch Pin common with door trigger       
Hood Pin yellow   -   hood switch or
Notes: Also found at the driver mux unit, which is attached to the driver side fuse box in the driver kick panel.
Trunk/Hatch Release N/A       
Power Sliding Door N/A       
Factory Alarm Arm arms with lock       
Factory Alarm Disarm disarms with unlock       
Disarm No Unlock blue   -   driver door key cylinder
Tachometer blue   ac   tach test connector
Notes: The tach test connector is a 2 pin connector on the driver side fender.
Wait to start N/A       
Brake Wire WHITE/ black   +   brake pedal switch
Parking Brake GREEN/ red   -   parking brake switch
Horn Trigger lt. GREEN/ blue   -   steering column
Memory Seat 1 N/A       
Memory Seat 2 N/A       
Memory Seat 3 N/A       
Immobilizer Bypass Module: Required: Yes Type: Transponder Part #: 555H, 556U, or 555U
Notes: N/A
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Honda
Pilot
2004-2004
Remote Starter Wiring Colors and Notes
Function
   Vehicle Color
Location
Start:
   BLACK/ WHITE
Ignition Switch Harness*
Ignition #1:
   BLACK.YELLOW
Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition #2:
   WHITE/ BLACK
Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition #3:
   BLUE/BLACK (-)
KEYSENSE
Accessory:
   YELLOW
Ignition Switch Harness
Brake Light:
   GREEN/ RED (+)
At Brake Switch
Tach Signal:
   BLUE
Drivers side fender
Parking Lights:
   RED / BLACK (+)
Driver's kick panel
Headlights:
   
OEM Alarm Disarm:
   DISARMS WITH UNLOCK
OEM Alarm Arm:
   ARMS WITH LOCK
Diesel Glow Plug:
   N/A
Clutch Bypass Wire:
   N/A
Notes:
   *This vehicle is equipped with a Transponder Anti-Theft security system. Use Universal Alarm Bypass Module part #2x402 where X can be any number.
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Honda
Pilot
2004-2004
Alarm and Keyless Entry Wiring Colors and Notes
Function
   Vehicle Color
Location
Constant +12 Volts:
   WHITE
Ignition Switch Harness
Starter Kill:
   BLACK/ WHITE
Ignition Switch Harness*
Ignition +12 Volts:
   BLACK.YELLOW
Ignition Switch Harness
Dome Lights/Superv:
   BLACK/ WHITE
Light switch on dash
OEM Horn:
   LT. GREEN/ BLUE
STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
Power Lock:
   BLUE/GREEN
Power Unlock:
   BLACK/ RED
Trunk Release:
   
Alarm Input Wire:
   BLACK/ WHITE
Light switch on dash
Notes:
Teken 
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This is the installation manual for the alarm system in question.
Verify all connection points with your DMM, regardless of the information provided here today.
Regards
EVIL Teken . . .
http://www.directechs.com/guides/manuals/ig/viper/N563V_6-03.pdf
kevindanielk 
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Thank you very much for the very detailed response to my question. That should do me justice.
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Best of luck in the install.
Regards
EVIL Teken . . .
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Any incompatibility issues with the 2005 Pilot EX and the Viper 350HV or Clifford Arrow 5?  Here's what I was told from a guy at Best Buy:  The 2005 Pilot's key has the keyless entry buttons built in right onto the key itself.  Also because there is a security code imbedded into the key to start the ignition, the car will not start with an improper key and the passive alarm will go off. 

However, I would like to consider an active alarm where if someone breaks a window, the alarm will go off.  I was told in addition to buying the alarm, I would need to buy a "bypass module" for about $50 and another $50 for installation.  They said this module is required and is used to bypass the built-in Honda alarm that came with the car so that I can still use my key to start the car.  Is this correct?  Will putting in an after market alarm cause problems to my car?  Thanks in advance!

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pilotrol wrote:
Any incompatibility issues with the 2005 Pilot EX and the Viper 350HV or Clifford Arrow 5?
No . . .
pilotrol wrote:
I was told in addition to buying the alarm, I would need to buy a "bypass module"
Yes . . .
pilotrol wrote:
They said this module is required and is used to bypass the built-in Honda alarm that came with the car so that I can still use my key to start the car.  Is this correct?
Yes . . .
pilotrol wrote:
Will putting in an after market alarm cause problems to my car?

Only if the installation and execution of the install is below industry standards.
Otherwise, there will be no problems with respect to the RS / Alarm, interfacing with your vehicle.
Regards
EVIL Teken . . .
JWorm 
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Posted: October 14, 2004 at 7:35 PM / IP Logged  
$50 for the bypass and $50 for the install? My shop charges $50 for the bypass installed, and we don't make you give up a key. Are those prices you listed for a universal bypass module that requires you to give up your valet key?
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