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1984 Toyota Cressida Alarm Wiring


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Installing on a 1984 toyota cressida and cant find ANY of the wires i need, except for ground.. I already checked the wiring diagram and i still cant find it
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Here is one fore the 1985 Cressida:

|              12V|white or WHITE/ red  |+  |ign. harness                |

|          STARTER|BLACK/ white         |+  |ign. harness                |
|         IGNITION|blue / YELLOW         |+  |ign. harness                |
|  SECOND IGNITION|BLACK/ red           |+  |ign. harness                |
|        ACCESSORY|blue/red            |+  |ign. harness                |
|       POWER LOCK|red                 |-  |either kick panel           |
|     POWER UNLOCK|green               |-  |either kick panel           |
| PARKING LIGHTS +|dk. green           |   |fusebox at dr. kick         |
| PARKING LIGHTS -|GREEN/ black         |   |steering column             |
|       HEADLIGHTS|red                 |-  |steering column             |
|     DOOR TRIGGER|red                 |-  |anti-theft module  *1       |
|  TRUNK/HATCH PIN|common with doors   |   |at anti-theft module        |
|         HOOD PIN|common with doors   |   |at anti-theft module        |
|TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|                    |   |                            |
|  FCTRY ALARM ARM|                    |   |                            |
|FCTRY ALRM DISARM|GREEN / WHITE         |-  |at anti-theft module        |
|       TACHOMETER|black               |   |igniter or diagn. plug      |
|       BRAKE WIRE|GREEN / WHITE         |+  |at brake pedal switch       |
|     HORN TRIGGER|GREEN/ red, blue/grn |-  |steering column             |
|           WIPERS|blue/black          |+  |steering column             |
|  LF WINDOW UP/DN|red, green          |A  |driver's door switch        |
|  RF WINDOW UP/DN|RED / blue, GREEN/ blue|A  |dr. door or kick panel      |
|  LR WINDOW UP/DN|RED / yel, GREEN/ yel  |A  |dr. door or kick panel      |
|  RR WINDOW UP/DN|RED / black, GREEN/ blk|A  |dr. door or kick panel      |

Notes:

*1 Anti-theft module located by steering column. Also RED / white wire at junction block pin J7 or passenger front pin.

Jeff
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I think ive found most of the wires.. but I dont know if the brain is getting any power.. I dont have a voltmeter, so how can I test if its getting power??
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Where did you tap in for the power for the unit ? Please go buy yourself a DMM or at least a light tester ( $ 3.00 ) at a Auto Parts shop and it will make your installation alot easier.
Jeff
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Really sorry to keep bothering, I've got everything hooked up, but cant figure out the doors.. I have a little black box that says "Door control" with three wires running to it, they arent the colors the diagram says, so im not sure if this is what I need to wire to.  Also, the power locks work with this box unplugged.  I got the test light, and it helped a ton with the parking lights, but if I have a negative door lock system.. it wont light up right?? Thanks a ton for your help Jeff!!
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Oh, and thanks to your telling me to buy a test light, I found out I tapped the wrong wire for power, but ive got that working now.. just cant figure out the $@#@ doors.
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Posted: November 02, 2002 at 4:52 PM / IP Logged  
If you unplugged the box and the locks still work, then it's not the correct module. If you want to test a (-) trigger wire all you need to do is give the target wire a (-) signal. MAKE SURE you test this wire to see if it has power or not. If it has power becareful as you may damage the BCM or the door lock circuit. If worese comes to worse and you are reluctant in probing for the wires, you can go straight to the door switch for the wires and run these wires to the inside of the car. That way you can be sure that it will work, and less chances of damage to the car.
Jeff
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