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1995-1996 Toyota Avalon Factory Disarm Installation Manual

There is only one way to bypass the factory alarm on this vehicle. All other conventional methods (such as finding the wire that runs from the driver’s door lock cylinder), will disarm and unlock the doors. To disarm the alarm only, you’ll need to find the 18 AWG. Red/ Yellow wire that runs from the ignition switch. This wire can be identified by making sure it is negative while the key is in the run position. When found connect the A White/Black Ignition 3 wire to the Red/Yellow wire. This will now disarm but not unlock the door’s. All Nissan Altima and Toyota Tercel vehicles share a similar problem. If these vehicles are not started using the ignition key, two terminals of the ignition key cylinder overlap causing a feedback condition to occur when the vehicle’s true ignition wire is powered up by the AutoCommand®. Essentially, when the main ignition in these vehicles is powered, voltage feeds backwards through the ignition cylinder back out to the starter wire resulting in the starter holding on. The solution is to interrupt the START wire(s) using a relay, preventing this feedback after the AutoCommand® has started the car. The diagram on the next page details the relay layout for solving this problem on these vehicles

2007 Toyota Camry equipped with the Smart Key System with Push Button Start Remote Starter Integration

Material required: – Remote Car Starter – Xpresskit : XK05-PKT2 or Bypasskit :PKT2 – One 5-wire relay for auto lamp circuit Key required for programming: 1 Average installation time: 2.5 hours Difficulty level: Medium 2.0 Preparation: -Remove the driver’s side under dash, as well as the knee airbag bolts. Move the Airbag aside, but DO NOT DISCONNECT the Airbag connector in order to avoid setting any vehicle codes. -Remove the driver’s side floor heating duct, in order to access the vehicle IMI & IMO wires easily. 3.0 Installation: The remote car starter will be installed in a conventional manner even if the car is equipped with the Smart Key “Push-to-Start” system. 3.01 Main Ignition Harness Connection: Most of the connections will be done behind the Fuse box. This fuse box is located under the driver side underdash. Also, the vehicle’s TACH wire can be found inside vehicle, as per diagram below and it is suggested to use this wire for the remote start tach source. The remote start hood pin switch wire is the only wire which must be run into the engine compartment for safety. Accessory (+): White Ignition 1 (+): Pink Ignition 2 (+): Light Green Starter (+): Grey Tach: Black 3.02 Wiring location for the Bypasskit XK-05 PKT2: The connection for the XK05-PKT2 will be done on the driver side under dash. The wires required are from a 5 wires harness coming from behind the heater module, high above the gas pedal near the firewall. The five wires in this harness are as follows: Blue: transponder IMI (Immobilizer in) wire, which gets cut in two and wired in series. The bottom-half wire connects to the kits Violet/White wire and the top-half wire connects the kits Violet wire. Green: transponder IMO (Immobilizer out) wire, which gets wired in parallel with the kits Orange wire. White/Black, White & Orange… these wire are not used for installation The GREEN LED output wire from the XK05-PKT2 is not required for this installation. The vehicle LED does come on during remote start. 3.03 Wiring location for door locks and factory alarm control: The wires to control the factory alarm and the door locks are located behind the driver’s kick panel. These wires must receive negative pulses. It is mandatory to disarm the OEM alarm system before remote start sequence Grey Unlock Wire : A double pulse unlock (-) output is required to disarm and unlock all doors. The first unlock (-) pulse disarms OEM alarm and unlocks driver’s door, the second pulse will unlock all other doors. In order to disarm the OEM alarm when remote starting, this GREY wire requires a pulse before start, which unlocks the driver’s door. So, if the remote systems unlock output does offer a pulse before start, then connect both the unlock and disarm (-) output wires to the vehicle’s GREY unlock wire. Brown Lock Wire : In order to lock and arm the OEM alarm system a (-) pulse is required for the vehicle’s BROWN lock wire. If the vehicle’s ignition on the alarm will not arm, if locking with remote.

1989-1996 Dodge Dakota Trucks COIL Ignition Tests Manual

Dakota Trucks 1989-1996 Ignition Tests COIL The ignition coil for the vehicles covered by this guide is in the following locations: • 1989-92 engines: mounted to the firewall • 1993-96 2.5L engines: mounted on the thermostat housing in front of the coolant temperature sensor • 1993-96 V6 and V8 LDC engines: mounted to a bracket bolted to the right engine cylinder head • 1993-96 5.9L HDC engines: mounted to a bracket bolted to the air injection pump (AIR pump) mounting bracket. Fig. 2: Ignition coil mounting-all 1989-92 models Fig. 3: Ignition coil wiring and mounting hardware-1993- 96 2.5L engine 1. Inspect the ignition coil for arcing while the engine is running. If the engine will not start, this can be performed while the engine is cranked by either an assistant or a remote starter. Look at the coil in dim or low light to aid visibility of any arcing. Fig. 4: Ignition coil mounting-1993-96 3.9L and 5.2L/5.9L LDC engines 2. Arcing at the tower will carbonize the wire boot, which, if it is connected to a new ignition coil, will cause the coil to fail. In such cases, clean all the carbonization away or replace the components as necessary. Fig. 5: Ignition coil mounting-1993-96 5.9L HDC engine 3. Using a coil tester or ohmmeter according to the manufacturer’s instructions, test the primary and secondary resistance. Replace any coil that does not meet the specifications indicated in the accompanying chart. 4. Inspect the secondary coil wire for any sign of damage. Replace if any damage is found. Carbon tracking on the old wire can cause arcing and the failure of a new ignition coil. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 1989-92 Models See Figures 6 and 7 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the three wires from the coil. Mark them to identify for installation. Fig. 6: Remove the coil bracket bolt at the cowl Fig. 7: Unscrew the coil mounting hardware, then remove the coil from the vehicle 3. Unplug the condenser suppressor connector from the coil, if equipped. 4. Unbolt and remove the coil. To install: 5. Bolt down the coil with old bolts. 6. Connect wires to coil making sure that the proper wires are connected where they should be. 7. Connect the condenser suppressor, if equipped. 8. Connect the battery negative cable Removal and Installation V6 AND V8 ENGINES 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Disconnect the primary wiring from the ignition coil. 3. Disconnect the secondary spark plug wire from the coil. 4. Remove the two bolts and withdraw the coil from its mounting bracket. To install:
5. Position the coil on its bracket and install the two bolts. Tighten them to 100 inch lbs. (11 Nm). If the bracket has been tapped for coil mounting bolts, these fasteners require less torque, so tighten them to 50 inch lbs. (5 Nm). 6. Connect all wiring to the ignition coil. TESTING See Figure 1 The only test you can perform without a DRBII scan tool, or equivalent, is a basic check of the sensor only.

1998 Volvo S70 T5 L5-2.3L Turbo Fuse/ Relay Identification and Location Manual

11C/1-40 Fuses 1/1 Battery 2/35 Starter motor relay 2/76 Central locking/anti theft alarm (lock/alarm) control module 3/1 Ignition switch 3/71 Gear position sensor 4/9 SRS Supplemental Restraint System Crash Sensor 4/30 ECC climate control module 5/1 Combined instrument panel 6/25 Starter motor 6/26 Generator 24/2 Connector Firewall cable harness – Engine compartment harness 24/13 Connector Dashboard harness – Engine compartment harness 24/14 Connector Left door sill harness – Engine compartment harness 24/15 14-pin connector Engine compartment harness – engine harness 24/43 8-pin connector Engine compartment harness – engine harness 24/53 26-pin connector Engine harness – AW 50-42 31/4 Engine ground point (ground terminal – battery -engine) 31/7 Ground terminal driver’s side A post 31/44 Engine compartment ground point ( battery ground terminal – body)


1 – 10 Amp Panel Dimmer, Parking/License Lights, Autoshock Module, Clock 2 – 10 Amp Air Bag Module 3 – 5 Amp Foglight Switch 4 – 10 Amp A/C Clutch 5 – 15 Amp HEGO 1 & 2 (V6 Only) 6 – 10 Amp Anti-Theft, Trunk, Map, Vanity, Glove Box, Underhood, L/H Instrument Panel, Rear Courtesy, Door Courtesy, Lock Cylinder & Dome Lights, Power Mirrors 7 – 10 Amp Turn Signal Indicators/Lights, Backup Lights 8 – 5 Amp Cluster, Rear Defrost Switch, Coolant/Wash Level Sensor, DRL Module, EVO Test, EVO Steering Sensor, ARC (EVO) Module, ARC Switch, Hard Relay, Soft Relay, Auto Mirror, EATC Blend Door, Airbag Module, Overdrive Cancel Switch, Brakeshift Solenoid 9 – 10 Amp Main ABS Relay, ABS Module UNDERHOOD FUSE PANEL IDENTIFICATION (1994 MODELS) The “high-current” fuse panel is located in the engine compartment on the L/H fender apron. Fig. 5: Underhood Fuse Panel Identification (1994 -95 Models) Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO. Fuse & Relay Identification 1 – 15 Amp DRL Module, Foglights 2 – 5 Amp Memory 3 – 20 Amp Ignition Coil 4 – 20 Amp Auto Shock WARNING: Always disconnect battery ground cable before servicing “high-current fuses. It is recommended that “high-current” fuses be replaced by a qualified technician. 1994 Mercury Cougar XR7 FUSES & CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1989-95 FUSES & CIRCUIT BREAKERS Ford Motor Co. Virtual Wrench