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2001 Toyota Celica Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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Mister*E 
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Posted: December 19, 2002 at 9:16 PM / IP Logged  
I need help I am trying to figure out how to correctly wire a remote start for a 2001 celica gts.It comes standerd with the factory alarm.I am having trouble with that.Thank you anyone for help.
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|       ITEM      |     WIRE COLOR     |POL|       WIRE LOCATION        |

|              12V|blk/red & white     |+  |ignition harness            |
|          STARTER|BLACK/ white         |+  |ignition harness            |
|         IGNITION|BLACK/ orange *1     |+  |ignition harness            |
|  SECOND IGNITION|blue/red *4         |+  |ignition harness            |
|        ACCESSORY|gray                |+  |ignition harness            |
|       POWER LOCK|brown               |-  |passenger kick or BCM *2    |
|     POWER UNLOCK|yellow/black        |-  |passenger kick or BCM *2    |
|       LOCK MOTOR|blue/white          |   |driver kick or BCM *2       |
|     UNLOCK MOTOR|blue                |   |driver kick or BCM *2       |
|    DISARM DEFEAT|blue/red            |   |passenger kick or BCM *2    |
| PARKING LIGHTS +|use the (-) wire    |   |                            |
| PARKING LIGHTS -|lt. green           |   |steering column             |
|       HEADLIGHTS|RED / blue            |-  |steering column             |
|     DOOR TRIGGER|RED / white *3        |-  |drivers kick                |
| DOME SUPERVISION|RED / white           |-  |driver kick                 |
|  TRUNK/HATCH PIN|lt. green           |-  |trunk light or BCM *2       |
|  FCTRY ALARM ARM|arms with lock      |   |                            |
|FCTRY ALRM DISARM|disarms with unlock |   |                            |
|       TACHOMETER|BROWN / white         |   |rear of instrument cluster  |
|      SPEED SENSE|WHITE/ red           |   |rear of instrument cluster  |
|       BRAKE WIRE|GREEN / WHITE         |+  |brake switch                |
|     HORN TRIGGER|blue/black          |-  |steering column or BCM *2   |
|           WIPERS|blu/yel & blu/orn   |+  |steering column             |
|  LF WINDOW UP/DN|green - red         |   |power window switch         |
|  RF WINDOW UP/DN|blue - wht/blu      |   |power window switch         |
| SUN RF OPN/CLOSE|not recommended     |   |                            |
|        RADIO 12V|blue / YELLOW         |+  |radio                       |
|     RADIO GROUND|brown               |-  |radio                       |
|     RADIO SWITCH|gray                |+  |radio                       |
| RADIO ILLUMINATE|green               |+  |radio                       |
Notes:
*1 When doing remote start, this wire must be isolated from the keyswitch with the ignition relay. See direct fax document #1077.      *2 The BCM is located just to the right side of the radio.  Remove the radio to access.  *3 To avoid dome light delay, use RED / yellow at the driver door pin for the driver door and red at the passenger door pin for the passenger door.  Isolate each door trigger with diodes.  *4 There are 2 blue/red wires in the ignition harness. The correct ignition wire is the heavier gauge one and it has 1 silver hash mark. The incorrect wire has 2 silver hash marks.

Jeff
Velocity Custom Home Theater
Mobile Audio/Video Specialist
Morden, Manitoba CANADA
Mister*E 
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Posted: December 21, 2002 at 10:40 PM / IP Logged  
Jeff, Thank you for your reply,i am sure it will come in very handy.I have a few questions about it for you.First,I noticed that the factory alarm is armed by the doors locking,the remote start i have is activated by pressing the lock button three times.How do i work around this?I was told if i find the Keysense wire  and and hook  up the wire on my remote start that sends out a negative pulse that ,that will work.do you have any other suggestions?The other Question I have for you was, on the reply you sent me on the bottom in the notes section,for note *1 it said "When doing remote start,this wire mut be isoleted from the keyswitch with the ignition.See direct fax document # 1077." What is that?Thank you very much for your help,Rob
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