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2007 Honda Accord Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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mecpman 
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hey just wondering if anyone knows if the 07 accord is different from the 05, 06, and if so does anyone have the info directechs doesnt seem to have it up yet
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Wire/Function Colour Location/Description Polarity
PASSIVE ANTI-THEFTYESTRANSPONDER SEE NOTES
12 VOLTSWhiteIgnition switch harness +
IGNITIONBLACK / YELLOWIgnition switch harness +
ACCESSORYBLACK/ redIgnition switch harness +
STARTERBLACK/ whiteIgnition switch harness +
KEY SENSERED / whiteIgnition switch harness -
TACH SIGNALSEE NOTES
Locate the PCM at the front floor of the center console. Remove the plastic cover on the passenger side to expose the connectors. On the 4 cylinder use Blue/red at pin 25 of the white plug. On the V6 use Blue at at pin 23 of the gray plug.
FUEL INJECTOROpposite of BLACK / YELLOWAt any injector on engine AC
LOCKPink/blackIn green plug on left side of fusepanel -
These wires are mastered from the passenger side switch, test wires using that switch.
UNLOCKPink/blueIn green plug on left side of fusepanel -
These wires are mastered from the passenger side switch, test wires using that switch.
DOORPINGREEN/ redIn green connector behind fusepanel -
HOODPINYellow/redAt hoodlatch in engine compartment -
TRUNK PINBlue/blackIn driver's kickpanel (harness to rear) -
TRUNK RELEASEYELLOW /GREENIn driver's kickpanel (harness to rear) +
FACTORY ARMWHITE/ redAt driver's door controller -
This module is part of the switch assembly inside the driver's door. You must run 2 wires through the door jamb boot.
FACTORY DISARMWhiteAt driver's door controller -
This module is part of the switch assembly inside the driver's door. You must run 2 wires through the door jamb boot.
BRAKESWITCHWHITE/ blackAt switch above brake pedal +
PARKLIGHTSRED / blackAt top of fusebox or DKP +
HORNGREEN/ YELLOWAt steering column -
VSS WIREBlue/whitePCM in front of center console AC
In white plug on 4cyl. And in gray plug on V6.
TRANSPONDER IGNITIONBLACK / YELLOWAt 7-pin plug on Ignition switch assembly +
TRANSPONDER DATA 1RED / bluePin-2 at 7-Pin connector DATA
TRANSPONDER GROUNDBROWN / yellowPin-1 at 7-Pin connector -
mecpman 
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thanks for the info to bad i didnt check it untill i was done with the car I just went as if it was a 2006 and its basicly the same car but i can tell ya all the info was correct that ya gave me
cheap installs aren't good and good installs aren't cheap
a1tech 
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They must be the same information if the body style is the same.

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a1tech 
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mecpman wrote:
hey just wondering if anyone knows if the 07 accord is different from the 05, 06, and if so does anyone have the info directechs doesnt seem to have it up yet
  I Think it must be the same information if the body style is exactly the same but you always double check all the wire before you connect the wire, always use digital meter to check it . Never use Test light. Test light may cause damage the car's sensitive electronic.
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green6767 
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been using a test light now for 7 years installing, never use a DMM unless finding resistor values. NEVER had a problem occur because of my test light.
Shaun, we are the same height, that is neat!
12V Installation Technician for Honda, Dodge, Chrysler, Toyota and Jeep.
queva1 
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not sure if anyone knows this or if it even exists but i am looking for a amp turn on wire from my factory radio in my 07 accord se (its the 6 disc changer)

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