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gregmeisman 
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Posted: August 03, 2005 at 8:36 PM / IP Logged  
I've never attempted a remote start, but I have someone who wants me to install one on their 2005 subaru outback.  It already has keyless entry.  Anyone have any info about doing this?
Greg
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2005 SUBARU OUTBACK 4DR WAGON
     Security                                        
     WIRE          COLOR          POLARITY          LOCATION     
     Battery          WHITE          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Ignition 1          GREEN          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Starter 1          WHITE/ BLACK          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     All Door Trigger          PINK/BLACK          (-)          IN HARNESS BEHIND VEHICLE FUSEBOX     
     Trunk Trigger          LIGHT GREEN/ BLACK          (-)          AT THE TRUNK LATCH     
     Alarm Disarm          YELLOW/RED          (-)          DRIVERS KICK     
     Parking Lights          VIOLET          (+)          AT SWITCH     
     Convenience                                        
     WIRE          COLOR          POLARITY          LOCATION     
     Trnk Release          WHITE/ BLACK          (+)          MODULE UNDER DRIVERS DASH     
     Remote Start                                        
     WIRE          COLOR          POLARITY          LOCATION     
     Battery          WHITE          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Ignition 1          GREEN          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Ignition 2          BLUE          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Accessory 1          YELLOW          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Starter 1          WHITE/ BLACK          (+)          IGNITION HARNESS     
     Tachometer          USE ANY FUEL INJECTOR     
     Parking Lights          VIOLET          (+)          AT SWITCH     
     Brake Lights          BROWN / WHITE          (+)          AT BRAKE SWITCH     
     Horn          RED / WHITE          (+)          STEERING COLUMN HARNESS     
     Modules                                        
     WIRE          LOCATION                         
     Please select another category
     Doorlocks/Windows                                        
     WIRE          COLOR          POLARITY          LOCATION     
     Power Unlock          BROWN / BLACK          (-)          DRIVERS KICK     
     PowerLock          BROWN / WHITE          (-)          DRIVERS KICK     
KarTuneMan 
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these cars are easy...they are laid out very smartly.

dont let the customer use his factory transmitter....AT ALL....K

gregmeisman 
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Thanks for the info.  Any recommendations on a good remote start with keyless entry?
Greg
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Take a look at the Autostart product.   
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.remote start subaru outback -- posted image.
gregmeisman 
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I see in swamprat's post to use a fuel injector for the tach, anyone disagree with that?  Is the fuel injector a single wire? a pair?  any details on how to splice into that?
Greg
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A wiring diagram should be is use to serve as reference ONLY! Don't relied on it to be 100% correct. The person typing up the infomation for you could have been sleeping or day dreaming on the job when they were inputing the information in. Get yourself a digital mulitmeter and set it to AC to get the reading for your tach signal. It will read between 1-8V and will move up and down when you press on the gas pedal. Some remote starter unit may require a higher voltage tach signal, which sometimes may require you to look else where. Below is another wiring diagram to help you with locating the tach signal.
DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - SUBARU / OUTBACK / 2005 / Remote Start
12volts white (50A)   +   ignition harness
Starter WHITE/ black   +   ignition harness
Second Starter N/A       
Ignition green   +   ignition harness
Second Ignition blue   +   ignition harness
Third Ignition N/A       
Accessory yellow   +   ignition harness
Second Accessory N/A       
Keysense BLACK/ white   +   ign harn or BIU, 28 pin plug, pin 7
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Power Lock BROWN / white   -   dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 15
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Power Unlock BROWN / black   -   dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 29
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Lock Motor lt. GREEN/ YELLOW   5wi dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 7
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Unlock Motor RED / green to lt. green   5wi dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 23
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Parking Lights+ orange   +   parking light switch
Parking Lights- BLACK/ white   -   lighting switch
Hazards green to PURPLE / black   -   sw or turn signal and hazard module
Notes: The turn signal and hazard module is to the left of the steering column.
Turn Signal(L) blue / YELLOW   +   turn signal and hazard module
Notes: The turn signal and hazard module is to the left of the steering column.
Turn Signal(R) RED / yellow   +   turn signal and hazard module
Notes: The turn signal and hazard module is to the left of the steering column.
Reverse Light BROWN / yellow   +   passenger kick, harness to rear
Door Trigger see notes   -   BIU, 35 pin plug
Notes: The LF door is blue/white in pin 19, RF door is blue/orange in pin 32, LR door is yellow in pin 31, and RR door is WHITE/ red in pin 18. Use all four wires and diode isolate each.
The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Dome Supervision brown   -   BIU, 30 pin plug, pin 3
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Also found in the passenger side A pillar.
Trunk/Hatch Pin lt. GREEN/ black   -   pass kick or BIU, 35 pin plg, pin 17
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Hood Pin N/A       
Trunk/Hatch Release WHITE/ black   5wi pass kick or BIU, 35 pin plg, pin 22
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Power Sliding Door N/A       
Factory Alarm Arm brown   -   dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 3
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Factory Alarm Disarm yellow/red   -   dr. kick or BIU, 35 pin plug, pin 12
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Disarm No Unlock see factory alarm disarm       
Tachometer pink to RED / white   ac   ECM, 34 pin plug, pin 23 or cluster
Notes: The ECM is behind the glove box.
Can also go to a fuel injector under the hood and use the wire that is NOT blue/black (4 cyl), red (4 cyl turbo), or yellow/blue (6 cyl).
Wait to start N/A       
Brake Wire BROWN / white   +   brake pedal switch
Parking Brake gray   -   sw or driver kick, harness to rear
Horn Trigger red to RED / white   -   column or BIU, 30 pin plug, pin 11
Notes: The BIU (Body Integrated Unit) is to the right of the steering column.
Memory Seat 1 N/A       
Memory Seat 2 N/A       
Memory Seat 3 N/A       
Interface Module: Category:
Immobilizer Bypass Required:
Yes Type:
Transponder
Part #: 556UW
Alternate Part1 #: 555U
Notes: Standard on all models except the 2.5i Wagon, and 2.5i Limited Wagon.
      
This wiring information is being provided free of charge on an "as is" basis, without any representation or warranty. It is your responsibility to verify any circuit before interfacing with it using a digital multimeter.
Directed electronics, Inc. assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy or currency of this information. Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer. DEI assumes no liability or responsibility resulting from improper installation, even in reliance upon this information.
Be careful whose advice you buy, but be patient with those who supply it.remote start subaru outback -- posted image.
gregmeisman 
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Thanks for the info pencil
Greg
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Posted: August 04, 2005 at 2:00 PM / IP Logged  
KarTuneMan wrote:
dont let the customer use his factory transmitter....AT ALL....K
And why not? If they don't need long range then why not use an add-on? Some people like using the original keyless remote.
Steve G

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