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The Mobile Integration Systems
Platform: DBALL
Firmware: NISS01
Vehicle CAN Bus Integration System
Rev.: 20111215
Update Alert: Firmware updates are posted to the web on a regular basis. We recommend
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Installation Guide
The DBALL-NISS01 is an OEM transponder immobilizer override via data (no key required). Interfaces directly with the
latest models of Nissan & Infinity ignition immobilizer systems to provide seamless, safe and secure system integration
when adding an aftermarket remote starter.
Note: NISS01 is compatible with all key type Nissan and Infiniti vehicles (it does NOT cover knob or Push-to-Start (PTS)
vehicles). See NISS 02 for knob and NISS 03 for PTS.
IMPORTANT!
Ensure that the neutral safety relay is installed on this vehicle. The wire colors sometimes differ from model to model
than what is specified in the installation guide. Please use the specific pin locations when making these connections
and always test the wires as mentioned, instead of relying on the wire colors.
ALWAYS TEST THE INSTALLATION ONCE THE RELAY IS INSTALLED, TO ENSURE THE VEHICLE CANNOT BE
STARTED IN GEAR.
Index
Vehicle Application Guide............................................................................................................................................ 02
Installation
Type 1.........................................................................................................................................................................
Nissan Cube IPDM-E/R Wiring.............................................................................................................................
Nissan Armada, NV, & Titan IPDM-E/R Wiring......................................................................................................
Nissan Rogue, Sentra & Versa 2009-2011 IPDM-E/R Wiring...............................................................................
Infiniti QX56, Nissan Frontier & Pathfinder, & Suzuki Equator IPDM-E/R Wiring.................................................
Nissan Versa 2012 IPDM-E/R Wiring....................................................................................................................
Locating the IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 1).....................................................................................................
Auto Headlamp Shutoff Connection Types...........................................................................................................
Type 2.........................................................................................................................................................................
Nissan Navara & Pathfinder IPDM-E/R Wiring......................................................................................................
Nissan Qashqai IPDM-E/R Wiring.........................................................................................................................
Nissan X-Trail IPDM-E/R Wiring...........................................................................................................................
Locating the BCM & IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 2).........................................................................................
Type 3.........................................................................................................................................................................
Nissan Juke IPDM-E/R Wiring..............................................................................................................................
Locating the BCM & IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 3).........................................................................................
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Programming
Module Programming & Reset.................................................................................................................................... 21
Features & Options List...............................................................................................................................................
Features Programming............................................................................................................................................... 22
LED Diagnostics & Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................ 23
Limited One-Year Consumer Warranty........................................................................................................................ 24
TECHNICAL SUPPORT / INFORMATION
web resources:
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Vehicle CAN Bus Integration System
Platform: DBALL
Firmware: NISS01
Rev.: 20111215
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EU: European Vehicle
D: Data-to-Data (D2D) only
•: D2D and W2W
AV: Audio & Visual
DL: OE Door Lock & Alarm Controls
FOB: Sync CAN Interface w /FOB Remote
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ST-Ignition Status
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SS-Entry Monitoring ALL Door
Pins
SS-Entry Monitoring Driver
Door Pin
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RS-Tach / RPM Output
FOB-Control of aftermarket
alarm with OEM remote
PK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data
No Key Req'd
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AV-Parking Lights Control
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Infiniti
FX35
FX35
FX45
FX45
G35
G35
G35 Coupe
G35 Coupe
Q45
QX56
QX56
Nissan
350Z
Altima
Armada
Armada
Cube
Frontier
JUKE
Maxima
Maxima
Murano
Murano
NAVARA
NV
Pathfinder
Pathfinder (EU)
QASHQAI
Quest
Quest
Rogue
Sentra
Titan
Titan
Versa
Xterra
X-Trail
Suzuki
Equator
2011
2012
Vehicles
Option #: Door Lock Type
(see Feature Prog. section)
Vehicle Application Guide
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ST: Status
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Vehicle CAN Bus Integration System
Platform: DBALL
Firmware: NISS01
Rev.: 20111215
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Installation Type 1
(-) Ground
(+) 12v
(+) Starter (2x if required)
(+) Accessory (2x if required)
(+) Ignition 2 Output
Remote
(-) Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input
Starter
A relay must be added to prevent starter damage on certain model. Refer
to the Wiring Reference Chart on page 4 to know which IPDM-E/R wiring
chart to use with your vehicle. Also refer to the Vehicle Wiring Reference
Chart to see where the BCM is located in each vehicle.
(+) Ignition 1 Output
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output**
(-) GWR (Status)
Wire Side View
of BCM
3:Tan/Black: HSCAN High
4:Tan: HSCAN Low
14
10:Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9:Pink: (+) Ignition Input
10
12
10:Orange/Red
11:Yellow/Red
(+) 12v
13:Red: (+) 12v
(-) Ground
14:Black: (-) Ground
To LED
1: Black/White: (-) Handbrake Status Output
2: Green/Black: (-) Auto Headlamp Shutoff
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
RF
4
Auto Headlamp Shutoff connection:
See Wiring Reference Chart (page 4) to
know which connection type to use
according to your vehicle on page 10.
7: Pink/White: (+) Parking Lights Input**
Programming button
LED
DBALL
(+)12v
RX
(-) Ground
P#: XKD2D65
TX
This installation type does NOT control the OEM alarm.
See feature 3 of the Feature and Option List to disable the OEM alarm and avoid issues.
Not required in D2D mode.
* Tach wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
** Parking Lights MUST be W2W in Viper/Python/Clifford 4X02/5X02 platform systems, This platform does not support D2D parking light message.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked.
With the exception of the OBII Diagnotistic plug, all connectors are displayed from the wire side.
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Vehicle CAN Bus Integration System
Platform: DBALL
Firmware: NISS01
Rev.: 20111215
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Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 1
Vehicles Compatibility
Vehicle
CAN Wires Information
Autolights OFF Information
Security LED Information
Security LED at
CAN HIGH Wire
CAN LOW Wire Autolight OFF at Autolight
Connection
BCM
BCM
Years Color OBDII Pin 6 Color OBDII Pin 14
BCM Pin 22
BCM Pin 21
Pin Wire Color Type (p.11) Pin Wire Color
Infiniti
FX35
FX35
FX45
FX45
G35
G35
G35 Coupe
G35 Coupe
Q45
Q45
2006-08
2003-05
2006-08
2003-05
2005-06
2003-04
2005-07
2003-04
2005
2006
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Pink
Red
Pink
Red
Pink
Red
Pink
Red
Pink
Pink
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33
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33
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33
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14
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Green
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Yellow
Red/White
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1
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38
38
38
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38
38
38
65
65
QX56
2005-08
Blue
Pink
33
Red/Yellow
2
38
QX56
IPDM-E/R Information
IPDM-E/R
BCM Location
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green/Orange
Green
Green
(Relay required to prevent
starter dam age)
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Driver kick panel
Right of steering
Green/Orange
column
Right of steering
Green/Orange
column
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
Not
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
needed
Green/Orange Driver kick panel
Left of steering
Green/Orange
column
Right of steering
Green/Orange
column
Right of steering
Green/orange
column
Left of steering
Red/Yellow
column
Right of steering
Green
column
Left of steering
Green/Orange
column
Left of steering
Green/Orange
column
Right of steering
Green/orange
column
Right of steering
Green/orange
column
Behind instrument
Green
cluster
Right of steering
Green
column
Behind center upper
Green/Orange
dash triangular cover
Behind center upper
Green/Orange
dash triangular cover
Not needed
2009 & up, see page 8
2004
White
Red
33
Red/Yellow
2
38
Nissan
350Z
2003-04
Blue
Red
33
Green
2
55
Altima
2005-06
Blue
Pink
33 Green/Yellow
2
38
Armada
2005-11
Blue
Pink
33
Red/Yellow
2
38
Armada
2004
White
Red
33
Red/Yellow
2
38
Cube
2009-10
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Frontier
2005-11
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Maxima
2005-08
Blue
Pink
33 Green/Yellow
1
38
Maxima
2004
Blue
Yellow
33 Green/Yellow
1
38
Murano
2004-07
Blue
Yellow
33 Green/Yellow
1
38
Murano
2003
Blue
Yellow
33 Green/Yellow
1
55
NV
2012
Blue
Pink
Pathfinder
2005-10
Blue
Pink
33
Gray
1
38
Quest
2005-09
Blue
Pink
33
Red/Yellow
1
38
Quest
2004
Blue
Yellow
33
Red/Yellow
1
38
Rogue
2008-11
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Black
Sentra
2007-11
Blue*
Pink*
Not needed
38
Light Blue
Titan
2005-11
Blue
Pink
33
Titan
2004
White
Red
33 Green/Yellow
Versa
2007-11
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Red
Behind glove box
2009 & up, see page 7
Versa
2012
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Green
Driver kick panel
See page 9
Xterra
2005-10
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Green
Right of steering
column
Not needed
2009-11
Blue
Pink
Not needed
38
Green
Right of steering
column
2009 & up, see page 8
38
Not needed
Gray
2
38
1
38
Behind glove box
2009 & up, see page 8
Not needed
2009 & up, see page 6
2009 & up, see page 6
2009 & up, see page 5
2009 & up, see page 8
Not needed
Not needed
Not needed
Not needed
2009 & up, see page 6
2009 & up, see page 8
Not needed
Not needed
2009 & up, see page 7
Over steering column 2009 & up, see page 7
Right of steering
Green/Orange
2009 & up, see page 6
column
Right of steering
Green/Orange
2009 & up, see page 6
column
Suzuki
Equator
* Those wires can also be found behind cluster in a 40-pin white connector, pink and blue wires are side by side.
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Firmware: NISS01
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Nissan Cube IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Cube
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
Component Location in the Vehicle
Brown
Light Blue
Brown
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driverside engine box.
Automatic Transmission
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Fuse
Manual Transmission
Remote
Starter
(+) Starter 1
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
Fuse
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Vehicle CAN Bus Integration System
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Nissan Armada, NV, & Titan IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Armada
NV
Titan
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
White/Red
White
White/Red
Brown
Yellow
Brown
Black/Red
Brown
Black/Red
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driverside engine box.
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It is also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
Automatic Transmission
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Manual Transmission
Remote
Starter
(+) Starter 1
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Nissan Rogue, Sentra & Versa 2009-2011 IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Rogue
Sentra
Versa 2009-2011
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
Orange
White
Red
Red
White/Red
White
Yellow
Brown/Red
Brown
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driverside engine box.
Automatic Transmission
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
Brown
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
White
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Manual Transmission
(+) Starter 1
Remote
Starter
White
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Infiniti QX56, Nissan Frontier & Pathfinder, & Suzuki Equator IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Infiniti
QX56
Nissan
Frontier
Navara
Pathfinder (US)
Suzuki
Equator
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
White/Red
Brown
Black/Red
Gray
Gray
White
White
White
Gray
Red
Brown
Red
Gray
White
Red
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driverside engine box.
Automatic Transmission
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Manual Transmission
Remote
Starter
(+) Starter 1
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Firmware: NISS01
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Nissan Versa 2012 IPDM-E/R Wiring
Vehicles
Nissan
Versa 2012
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
White
Red
Brown
Automatic Transmission
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It is also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
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Locating the IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 1)
Refer to page 4 for the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart to determine which colors correspond to
your vehicle, as they may vary.
Under the Hood - Passenger Side
IPDM-E/R
or
Under the Hood - Driver Side
Starter
1&2
Neutral
Starter
1&2
Neutral
IPDM-E/R
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Firmware: NISS01
Rev.: 20111215
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Auto Headlamp Shutoff Connection Types
See the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart on page 4.
TYPE 1
Auto Headlamp wire at the vehicle
See the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Cut
Relay
pin 30
The Auto Headlamp wire will show:
§ Ground: when the switch is at AUTO.
§ Open circuit: when the switch is at any
other position.
Relay
pin 87a
87
85
pin 2 of 12-pin conn: Green/Black
87a
(+) 12v
86
30
TYPE 2
Connector diagram for all vehicles (except Infiniti Q45)
Connector diagram for Infiniti Q45
Wire Side View of BCM
20 19 18 17 16
5
40 39 38 37 36
25 24 23 22 21
4
3
2
1
pin 2 of 12-pin conn: Green/Black
Auto Headlamp wire at the vehicle
See the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
pin 2 of 12-pin conn: Green/Black
Auto Headlamp wire at the vehicle
See the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
The Auto Headlamp wire will show Ground when the switch is at any position other than AUTO.
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Installation Type 2
(-) Ground
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
Remote
(-) Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
Starter
A relay must be added to prevent starter damage on certain model. Refer
to the Wiring Reference Chart on page 13 to know which IPDM-E/R
wiring chart to use with your vehicle. Also refer to the Vehicle Wiring
Reference Chart to see where the BCM is located in each vehicle.
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input
pin 21 Can L
pin 22 Can H
pin 23 Security Led
(see Wiring Reference Chart)
(+) 12v
(+) Accessory (2x if required)
(+) Starter 2 (if required)
(+) Ignition 2 (if required)
to
Ignition
Switch
(+) Starter 1 Output
(+) Ignition 1 Output
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output
(-) GWR (Status)
BCM
Wire Side View of BCM
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3:Tan/Black: HSCAN High
4:Tan: HSCAN Low
14
10:Orange/Red
11:Yellow/Red
To LED
(+) 12v
(-) Ground
10:Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
13:Red: (+) 12v
14:Black: (-) Ground
9:Pink: (+) Ignition Input
1: Black/White: (-) Handbrake Status Output (M/T Only)*
8:Purple: (+) Starter Input
10
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
12
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
7: Pink/White: (+) Parking Lights Input
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
2
RF
4
Programming button
LED
DBALL
(+)12v
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
This installation type does NOT control the OEM alarm.
See feature 3 of the Feature and Option List to disable the OEM alarm and avoid issues.
Not required in D2D mode.
*These wires are an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support these signals in D2D.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked.
With the exception of the OBII Diagnotistic plug, all connectors are displayed from the wire side.
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Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart for Type 2
Vehicles Compatibility
Vehicle
Nissan
Navara
Pathfinder (EU)
Qashqai
X-Trail
CAN Wires Information
Security LED Information
Security LED at
CAN HIGH Wire
CAN LOW Wire
BCM
Years Color OBDII Pin 6 Color OBDII Pin 14
BCM Pin 22
BCM Pin 21
Pin Wire Color
2005-10
2007-10
2007-10
2006-09
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Pink
Pink
Pink
Pink
23
23
23
23
Green
Green
Light Blue
Violet
IPDM-E/R Information
IPDM-E/R
BCM Location
Right of steering column
Right of steering column
Behind glove box
Behind glove box
(Relay required to prevent
starter dam age)
2009 &
2009 &
2009 &
2009 &
up,
up,
up,
up,
see page 14
see page 14
see page 15
see page 16
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Nissan Navara & Pathfinder IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Navara
Pathfinder (EU)
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
White
White
Gray
Gray
Brown
Brown
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driverside engine box.
Automatic Transmission
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+) Neutral
87a
30
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
(+) Starter 1
Fuse
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Manual Transmission
Remote
Starter
(+) Starter 1
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
Fuse
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Nissan Qashqai IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Qashqai
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
Black/Red
Pink
White/Black (A/T) or Red/Black (M/T)
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driver-side engine box.
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+)
Neutral
87a
30
Fuse
(+) Starter 1
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Nissan X-Trail IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
X-Trail
Starter 1
Starter 2
Neutral
Orange
Red
Yellow
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driver-side engine box.
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
86
87
85
(-) Ground
(+)
Neutral
87a
30
(+) Starter 1
Fuse
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Locating the BCM and IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 2)
Refer to page 13 for the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart to determine which colors correspond to your vehicle,
as they may vary.
Locating the BCM in the Vehicle
Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, Navara & Xterra
(right of steering column)
Nissan Quasquai & Xtrail
(behind glovebox)
Locating the IPDM E/R in the Vehicle
Nissan Quasquai & Xtrail
(engine compartment driver side)
Nissan Frontier, Pathfinder, Navara & Xterra
(engine compartment passenger side)
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Installation Type 3
(-) Ground
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
Remote
(-) Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Input
(AC) Tach Input*
Starter
A relay must be added to prevent starter damage on certain model. Refer
to the Wiring Reference Chart at the bottom of this page to know, which
IPDM-E/R wiring chart to use with your vehicle. Also refer to the Vehicle
Wiring Reference Chart to see where the BCM is located in each vehicle.
(-) Neutral Safety Input/(-) Handbrake Status Input
(+) 12v
(+) Starter 2 (if required)
(+) Ignition 2 (if required)
to
Ignition
Switch
(+) Starter 1 Output
(+) Ignition 1 Output
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Lights Output
(-) GWR (Status)
BCM
pin 21 Can L - Pink
pin 22 Can H - Blue
pin 38 Security Led
(see Wiring Reference Chart)
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21
Wire Side View of BCM
3:Tan/Black: HSCAN High
4:Tan: HSCAN Low
11:Yellow/Red
13:Red: (+) 12v
14:Black: (-) Ground
(+) 12v
(-) Ground
To LED
14
10:Orange/Red
10:Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9:Pink: (+) Ignition Input
1: Black/White: (-) Handbrake Status Output (M/T Only)*
8:Purple: (+) Starter Input
10
3: Green/White: (-) Door Status Output
12
4: Red/Black: (-) Trunk Status Output
7: Pink/White: (+) Parking Lights Input
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
5: Violet/White: (AC) Tach Output*
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
6: Gray: (+) Brake Output
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
12: Blue/Red: (-) Hood Status
2
RF
4
Programming button
LED
Vehicles Compatibility
Vehicle
Nissan
Juke
Security LED Information
Security
LED at
CAN HIGH Wire
CAN LOW Wire
BCM
Years Color OBDII Pin 6 Color OBDII Pin 14
BCM Location
BCM Pin 22
BCM Pin 21
Pin Wire Color
2011
CAN Wires Information
DBALL
Blue
Pink
38
Red
(+)12v
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
IPDM-E/R Information
IPDM-E/R
(Relay required to prevent
starter dam age)
Left of steering column See pages 19 & 20
Not required in D2D mode.
*These wires are an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support these signals in D2D.
Wires are listed by pin numbers. This display is not representative of connector pin layouts, which are often stacked.
With the exception of the OBII Diagnotistic plug, all connectors are displayed from the wire side.
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Nissan Juke IPDM-E/R Wiring
Note that the IPDM may look different on your vehicle, but the connections remain the same.
Vehicles
Nissan
Juke
(+) Starter 1
(+) Starter 2
(-) Starter
Neutral
Red
Gray
Light Blue
Brown
Component Location in the Vehicle
The IPDM-E/R wiring is located in the driver-side engine box.
This relay is REQUIRED in the installation
to avoid permanent damage to the vehicle
starter. It also EXTREMELY IMPORTANT
to protect the relay from water exposure.
(+) Starter 2
Diode
1 Amp
86
(+) Neutral
87
87a
85
(-) Starter
30
(+) Starter 1
Fuse
Neutral Safety Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Starter Wire Voltage Test (Multimeter)
Automatic Transmission
Three (3) available stages:
§ Key in, Ign. OFF: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission in Park or Neutral: 12 volts.
§ Key in, Ign. ON, Transmission NOT in Park or Neutral: 0 volt.
Automatic & Manual Transmission
Two (2) available stages:
§ Key in, Starter motor NOT engaged: 0 volt.
§ Key in, Starter motor engaged: 12 volts.
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Locating the BCM and IPDM-E/R in the Vehicle (Type 3)
Refer to page 18 for the Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart to determine which colors correspond to your vehicle,
as they may vary.
Locating the BCM in the Vehicle
Nissan Juke
(left of steering column)
Locating the IPDM E/R in the Vehicle
Nissan Juke
(engine compartment driver side)
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Module Programming
Refer to the LED Diagnostics section on page 23 for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.
1
Please ensure that the vehicle is in a safe location and cannot move forward during
programming. For vehicles equipped with a manual transmission, ensure the gearshift
lever is in the neutral position.
2a
If using in D2D: Connect the 10-pin, 12-pin & 14-pin
harnesses to the module. Press & hold the programming
button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.
3
5
2
4
R
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
rd
3
th
5
1
st
nd
2
1
4th
2b
If using in W2W: Connect the 10-pin & 12-pin harnesses to
the module. Press & hold the programming button, then
connect the 14-pin harness to the module.
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
4th
st
1
2nd
3rd
Wait until the LED turns ON orange then release the
programming button. The LED turns ON red.
Key IN
5
The LED turns ON solid green for 3 seconds, then turns OFF once the module
has been successfully programmed.
6
Turn the key to the OFF position and remove it from the ignition barrel.
Key at IGN
&
Flashes
&
Off
Key OUT
OFF
Solid x3 secs
N
If the module is programmed, the LED turns OFF when the ignition is turned ON.
START
IG
If the module has not been programmed, the LED flashes throughout the process.
This can take up to 15 seconds.
Solid Red
N
Insert the key into the ignition barrel and turn it to the IGN position.
OFF
Release
Solid Orange
4
&
&
IG
3
START
Module reset will be done automatically upon programming.
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Feature and Option List
In case the door lock does not work with the recommended type, switch to the other option.
#
Feature
Description
Determines whether the door lock feature is enabled for
Europeran or North American vehicles. When set to OFF, the
remote starter door lock wires must be connected in the car.
Parking light control When set to OFF, the remote starter parking lights wire must
2
through CAN
be connected in the car.
1 Door lock
3 OEM alarm
When set to OEM enable, the OEM alarm of the vehicle is
activated.
Options
OFF*
On - Type 1 (EU)
On - Type 2 (CAN+US)
OFF*
ON
No action
OEM enable*
OEM disable
* Default option.
Feature Programming
Programming
Button
To enter feature programming routine
- For vehicles that are not Push-to-Start (PTS), use the key to turn the ignition ON, then OFF. For PTS vehicles, press the button twice to turn the
ignition ON, then press it once more to turn it OFF.
- Within 5 sec, press and HOLD the programming button. The orange LED turns ON after 3 seconds. Release the programming button.
- The green LED starts flashing slowly one time to indicate the feature number is 1. After a short delay, the red LED flashes rapidly to indicate the
current option of feature 1. It repeats until next action happens.
Changing feature options
- Press the lock/arm or unlock/disarm button on aftermarket transmitter to change the option of the selected feature.
- The red LED flashes rapidly the number of times equal to the current option number. After a short delay, the green LED flashes slowly the number of
times to indicate the current feature. It repeats until next action happens.
Accessing another feature
- Press and release the programming button a number of times to advance from the current feature to the next desired feature.
- The green LED flashes slowly the number of times equal to the feature number. After a short delay, the red LED flashes rapidly to indicate the
current option of the current feature. It repeats until next action happens.
When the maximum number of feature or option is reached, the LED will starts flashing again from the first feature or option.
Once a feature is programmed
- Another feature(s) can be programmed.
- The feature programming can be exited.
Exiting feature programming
- No activity for 30 seconds; after 30 seconds, the orange LED will turn ON for 2 seconds to confirm exiting.
OR
- Press and HOLD the programming button for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds, the orange LED will turn ON for 2 seconds to confirm exiting.
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LED Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
LED
Status
Description
Troubleshooting
Module Programming
Make sure the 4-pin D2D harness is connected or that
the 12 Volt is present between the red and black wires. If
the 12 Volt is present, the module may be defective.
This can also mean there is an issue with the data bus
wiring. Make sure the connections to the data bus are
correct by referring to the wiring diagram.
Off
Off
Module has no power.
Solid
Solid red
Waiting on the completion of a
programming sequence, or the
ignition is turned on.
Flashes
Flashes red
continuously
Programming in process, do not
turn key OFF.
Normal operation.
Flashes 1x
Flashes red once
The module is not programmed.
Turn the key off and start again the programming.
Solid x3 secs
Solid green for
3 seconds
Module has been successfully
programmed.
Normal operation.
Active Ground While Running
Flashes
Flashes green
continuously
Ground out (GWR) is active
Normal operation.
Off
Off
Normal operation.
The Ground While Running (status) wire is incorrectly
connected. Refer to the wiring diagram to make the right
connections.
Inactive Ground While Running
Flashes 1x
Flashes green
once
Lock command has been
received.
Flashes 2x
Flashes green
twice
Unlock command has been
received.
Flashes 3x
Flashes green
3 times
Trunk release command has been
received.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
If it does not flash, the bypass module did not receive the
signal. Verify the connections between the bypass and
the remote starter module.
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Limited One-Year Consumer Warranty
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Electronics. (“DIRECTED”) promises to the original purchaser, to repair or replace with a comparable reconditioned piece, the
security or remote start accessory piece (hereinafter the “Part”), which proves to be defective in workmanship or material
under normal use, provided the following conditions are met: the Part was purchased from an authorized DIRECTED dealer;
and the Part is returned to DIRECTED, postage prepaid, along with a clear, legible copy of the receipt or bill of sale bearing the
following information: consumer’s name, address, telephone number, the authorized licensed dealer’s name and complete
product and Part description.
This warranty is nontransferable and is automatically void if the Part has been modified or used in a manner contrary to its
intended purpose or the Part has been damaged by accident, unreasonable use, neglect, improper service, installation or
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