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2004 Hyundai Elantra remote start


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Posted: March 31, 2005 at 1:18 AM / IP Logged  
Hello,
Attempting to add a remote start to this vehicle. I need ask if this has some type of immobilizer or something like that. Also the door look type and if and relays are needed and diagram if so. The alarm that they have I believe is a phoenix digital pf152 not sure. Thanks!
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dare_ds69 
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12volts red (x2)(common 40A)  +  ignition harness
Starter white  +  ignition harness
Second Starter N/A    
Ignition red  +  ignition harness
Second Ignition N/A    
Third Ignition N/A    
Accessory red  +  ignition harness
Second Accessory yellow  +  ignition harness
Keysense green  +  ign harn or ETACM, 16 pin plg, pin 2
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Power Lock yellow  -  dr kick or ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 20
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Power Unlock yellow/orange  -  dr kick or ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 14
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
To unlock the driver door only, use blue (-) at the relay to the right of the fuse box, or at the ETACM, 16 pin plug, pin 1.
Lock Motor gray  5wi driver kick or door lock control mod
Notes: The door lock control module is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Unlock Motor yellow  5wi driver kick or relay R of fuse box
Parking Lights+ GREEN/ orange (L), pink (R)  +  fuse box, blk 14 pin plg, pins 8, 14
Parking Lights- blue  -  switch or ETACM, 16 pin plug, pin 14
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Hazards green (only w/fac. alarm)  -  ETACM, 12 pin plug, pin 8
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Turn Signal(L) yellow/orange  +  turn signal switch
Turn Signal(R) blue  +  turn signal switch
Reverse Light brown  +  driver kick, 15 pin plug, pin 2
Door Trigger yellow  -  dr kick or ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 18
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Dome Supervision yellow  -  fusebox or ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 11
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Trunk/Hatch Pin green to GREEN/ black  -  dr kick or ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 10
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Hood Pin GREEN/ black  -  pin sw or ETACM, 12 pin plug, pin 7
Notes: The ETACM (Electronic Time and Alarm Control Module) is in the center console, behind the A/C controls.
Trunk/Hatch Release N/A    
Power Sliding Door N/A    
Factory Alarm Arm factory remote only    
Factory Alarm Disarm factory remote only    
Disarm No Unlock with ign, acc, and key sense    
Tachometer blue  ac  PCM, 81 pin plug, pin 66 or cluster
Notes: The PCM (Powertrain Control Module) is above the driver kick panel.
Can also go to any fuel injector and use the wire that is NOT white.
Wait to start N/A    
Brake Wire white  +  brake pedal switch or driver kick
Parking Brake blue  -  parking brake switch or driver kick
Horn Trigger red  -  horn switch
Memory Seat 1 N/A    
Memory Seat 2 N/A    
Memory Seat 3 N/A    
2004 Hyundai Elantra remote start - Last Post -- posted image.
Immobilizer Bypass Module: Not Available
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Sound Pressure 
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Posted: April 01, 2005 at 2:04 AM / IP Logged  
Thanks Dare,
So this is a 5 wire setup for the door locks. As far as the remote start it has a keysense, how do we go about bypassing that unit?
Thanks,
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dare_ds69 
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for power locks you don't need 5wires read again you need negative pulse and it doesn't have immobilizer
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Sound Pressure 
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Posted: April 01, 2005 at 11:56 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the info. The wiring info was a little confusing sorry, but thanks for the help.
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Posted: April 03, 2005 at 1:00 PM / IP Logged  

If the vehicle came with factory keyless...the door locks are negative trigger, and they're a bitch to get to (behind the radio) if no factory keyless....you need to add an actuator to the drivers door (another bitch)

I hope your car has factory keyless dude!!!! lots easier!

hurtado_roberto 
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Posted: May 01, 2005 at 10:53 AM / IP Logged  

The dome supervision wire is actually white in my 04 elantra.  It sais it's white at the bulldog security website to.

http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/diagrams/diagrams.htm

I'm not sure how to connect the parking light yet.  This diagram is a bit confusing.  Hopefully I'll figure it out soon.

http://64.85.6.129/extrainfo/diagrams/15281_ELANTRA_DUAL%20PARKING%20LIGHT%20DIAGRAM.pdf

Can anyone help me interpret this. The alarm output will trigger one light and the relay.  You need a relay to isolate the lights from each other.  How much current will this draw?  Will it be more than the alarm can handle.  Is it possible to switch the jumper on the viper 791xv to (-) and connect the negative wire or will this really mess up my car.  (first install)

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Posted: May 01, 2005 at 11:14 AM / IP Logged  
Use the (-) trigger instead. It's easier and less hassles without the need for relays.
Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
Mobile Audio/Video Specialist
Morden, Manitoba CANADA
hurtado_roberto 
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Posted: May 01, 2005 at 12:45 PM / IP Logged  
I connected the domelight output of the alarm ETACM, 20 pin plg, pin 11 which was white but the light seams a bit dim when I disarm the alarm. Do I need to add a relay to this output. I did notice that wire 11 is affected by the delayed turnoff time. Should I choose a different wire?
Poly Dollies

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