Installation Guide

Installation Guide
Platform: DBALL2
Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Update Alert: Firmware updates are posted on the web on a regular basis. We recommend
that you check for firmware and/or install guide updates prior to installing this product.
Installation Guide
The TL10 firmware for DBALL2 is an all-in-one door lock and override module compatible with
specific Scion, and Toyota vehicles..
Important!
This guide is compatible with the TL10 firmware version 2.12 and higher.
Index
Vehicle Application Guide.............................................................................................................................................. 02
Installation (Wiring Diagrams & Vehicle Wiring Reference Charts)
Type 1...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 2...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 3...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 4...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 5...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 6...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 7...........................................................................................................................................................................
Type 8...........................................................................................................................................................................
03
05
07
09
11
13
15
17
Programming
Module Programming.................................................................................................................................................... 19
Module Reset................................................................................................................................................................ 20
Hard Reset.................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Features & Option List................................................................................................................................................... 21
Features Programming.................................................................................................................................................. 22
LED Diagnostics & Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................. 23
Limited One-Year Consumer Warranty.......................................................................................................................... 25
Quick Reference Guide................................................................................................................................................. 26
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Platform: DBALL2
Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Page 2
Vehicle Application Guide
SS-Factory Alarm Trigger Monitoring
ST-Brake Status (foot brake)
ST-Door Locks Status
ST-E-Brake Status
ST-Ignition Status
•
SS-Entry Monitoring Trunk/Hatch Pin
•
SS-Entry Monitoring Hood Pin
•
SS-Entry Monitoring ALL Door Pins
DL-Driver Priority Unlock
•
RS-Tach / RPM Output
DL-Door Unlock
•
FOB-Control of aftermarket alarm with OEM remote
DL-Door Lock Control
•
DL-Trunk / Hatch Release
DL-Disarm Factory Security
•
DL-Sliding Door Control Passenger
DL-Arm Factory Security
•
DL-Sliding Door Control Driver
AV-Parking Lights Control
2013
2014
2015
1
Toyota
Camry (H Key)
Corolla (H Key)
Highlander (H Key)
Prius c (H Key)
RAV4 (H Key)
Sequoia (H Key)
Sienna (H Key)
Tacoma (H Key)
Yaris Hatchback (H Key) W/ OEM Alarm
Yaris Hatchback (H Key) W/O OEM Alarm
AV-Auto Headlamp Shutoff
Scion
iM (H Key)
2016
2017
Vehicles
PK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data No Key Req'd
The following table lists the vehicles and features which are compatible with this product. The number assigned to each year
allows you to determine which installation type should be used for your vehicle.
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
1
1
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
7
1
1
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
4
4
4
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
6
6
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
7
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
2
2
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
3
3
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
•
•
•
D
•
•
•
•
D
•
D
•
•
7
3
8
1
1
5
5
•
•
•
6
6
•
•
•
•
•
Legend:
D: Data-to-Data (D2D) only
•: D2D & Wire-to-Wire (W2W)
DL: OE Door Lock & Alarm Controls
FOB: Sync CAN Interface w/FOB Remote
PK: Transponder & Immobilizer Override
AV: Horn & Lights Controls
RS: Remote Start & Engine Controls
SS: Integrated Security & Monitoring
ST: Function/Feature Status
Key Type
Some Toyota 2010+ models have different encryption types. Please look at your key blade and identify the markings. A “H” means the vehicle is
compatible with the TL10 firmware.
H-stamped keys
G-stamped keys
For vehicles with G-stamped keys, see the
TL7 firmware.
Standard Key
For vehicles with dot-stamped keys, see the
TL1 firmware.
H
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Page 3
Installation Type 1
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Remote
Body ECU
Ignition Connector
(+) Starter 2
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(+) 12V
[2] (-)
OR
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) Starter 1
(+) Ignition 2
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Light Output
(-) GWR Output
Body ECU Connector
(middle or underside
connector of ECU)
3
2
1
18 17 16
6
5
4
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
8
7
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
RDA: pin 16
Make this connection
only if the vehicle is
equipped with
Automatic Headlamps.
Headlight Switch
HS CAN High:
pin 6
Autolight:
pin 20
SIL Data:
pin 7
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN Low:
pin 14
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
CUT
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(-) Ground
14
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
(+) 12V: Red: 13
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
(-) Ground: Black: 14
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
10
12
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL Data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
7: Pink/white: (+) Parking Light Input
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
RF
4
Prog. Button
LED
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
Unless specified otherwise, all connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
[1] Tach
[2]
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Rev.: 20170223
Page 4
Type 1 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Wire Information
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity Location
Color
Pins
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
Scion iM (H Key) 2016
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
White
Green
Gray
White
Lt. Green
Red
White
Violet
Green
1
8
3
2
7
6
14
20
16
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Below drivers fuse box.
1
6
1
7
3
7
6
14
20
16
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
1
3
8
2
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Below drivers fuse box.
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Below drivers fuse box.
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
Toyota Camry (H Key) 2015-2017
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
Starter 2
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
Green
Black
Pink
Blue
Lt. Green
Gray
Blue
White
Green
Blue
Toyota Corolla (H Key) 2014-2016
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
White
Gray
Green
White
Lt. Green
Red
White
Violet
Green
7
6
14
20
16
Toyota RAV4 (H Key) 2013-2015
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
White
Pink
White
White
Green
Black
White
Green
Lt. Blue or Green
1
8
3
2
7
6
14
20
16
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Platform: DBALL2
Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Wiring diagram
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Ignition Connector
[2] (-)
Remote
Headlight
Switch
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) 12V
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
(+) Starter 1
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 2
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) GWR Output
(-) Trunk Release Output
Autolight:
Green, pin 19
(-) Power
Liftgate: Red, pin 6
SIL Data: Tan, pin 7
87654321
Make this connection only
if the vehicle is equipped
with Automatic Headlamps.
Tire Pressure Warning ECU
(behind glove box)
SIL Data:
Blue, pin 10
CUT
1 7
2 8
3 9
4 10
5 11
6 12
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
SIL interrupt (conn. side): Yellow: 8
SIL interrupt (vehicle side): Orange/Yellow: 9
CUT
Power Liftgate
(at liftgate switch)
HS CAN High:
Violet, pin 6
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN Low:
White, pin 14
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
P#: XKD2D65
TX
Autolight Interrupt (Conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
Autolight Interrupt (Veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V: Red: 13
(+) 12V
(-) Ground
(-) Ground: Black: 14
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL Data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
Body ECU
RDA:
Violet, pin 12
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
20 19 1817 16 15 14 13 12 11
28 27 2625
24 23 22 21
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
Not required in D2D mode.
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Page 6
Type 2 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Wire Information
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin Polarity Location
Color
Pins
White
1
White
White
8
8
White
8
(-)
Data
Ignition switch.
Power liftgate switch.
TPMS warning ECU behind glove box.
White
White
8
12
7
Data
OBDII.
White
16
Violet
6
Data
OBDII.
White
16
White
14
Data
16
Green
Violet
19
12
(-)
Data
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Main body ECU left of steering column.
White
White
White
20
28
Toyota Sequoia (H Key) 2015-2017
12V
Black
1
(+)
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Black
Lt. Green
6
1
(+)
(+)
Starter
Green
7
(+)
Power Liftgate
SIL Interrupt
Red
Blue
6
10
SIL
Tan
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
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Platform: DBALL2
Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Wiring diagram
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Ignition Connector
[2] (-)
Hood Status Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
Headlight Switch
(+) Starter 1
Remote
Tach Input
Starter
[1] (AC)
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) 12V
(+) Brake Status Input
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 2
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Light Output
(-) GWR Output
(-) Trunk Release Output
Autolight: Violet, pin 19
Tire Pressure Warning ECU
(left of steering column)
Make this connection only
if the vehicle is equipped
with Automatic Headlamps.
6 5 4 3 2 1
12 11 10 9 8 7
SIL: White, pin 10
SIL Data:
White, pin 7
HS CAN High:
Red, pin 6
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN Low:
White, pin 14
CUT
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
P#: XKD2D65
TX
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
SIL Interrupt (conn. side) : Yellow: 8
SIL Interrupt (vehicle side): Orange/Yellow: 9
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
CUT
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V: Red: 13
(+) 12V
(-) Ground: Black: 14
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL Data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
(-) Ground
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
3
2
1
18 17 16
6
5
4
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
8
7
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
RDA: Pink, pin 26
7: Pink/white: (+) Parking Light Input
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
Body ECU
Body ECU connector
(bottom conn.left side of steering column)
4
3
2
1
16 15 14
13 12 11
10 9 8
7 6 5
28 27 26
25 24 23
22 21 20
19 18 17
(-) Power Liftgate:
Red, pin 6
Not required in D2D mode.
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Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Page 8
Type 3 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Function
Wire Information
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity Location
Color
Pins
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
28
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
12
20
30
Toyota Sienna (H Key) 2015-2016
Power Liftgate
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
SIL Interrupt
Autolights
RDA
Red
Red
Black
Yellow
Red
White
Red
White
White
Violet
Pink
4
7
6
4
8
7
6
14
10
19
26
(-)
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
bottom plug of Body ECU conn., left side of steering column.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
ECU left side of the dash fuse box.
Headlight switch
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
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Firmware: TL10
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Page 9
Installation Type 4
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Ignition Connector
[2] (-)
Headlight
Switch
Remote
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) 12V
(+) Starter 2
(+) Starter 1
(+) Ignition 2
(+) Ignition 1
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) GWR Output
(-) Trunk Release Output
(-) Power Liftgate:
Gray, pin 4
Autolight: Black, pin 20
54321
Make this connection
only if the vehicle is
equipped with Automatic
Headlamps.
HS CAN High:
Violet, pin 6
SIL:
Lt. Blue, pin 7
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
Power Liftgate Switch
HS CAN Low:
White, pin 14
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
CUT
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(-) Ground
(+) 12V: Red: 13
(-) Ground: Black: 14
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR (Status) Input
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
10
12
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL Data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
RF
Prog. Button
LED
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
18 17 16
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
4
Body ECU
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
14
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
RDA: Lt. Green, pin 4
[1] Tach
[2]
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
Unless specified otherwise, all connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
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Platform: DBALL2
Firmware: TL10
Rev.: 20170223
Page 10
Type 4 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Wire Information
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin Polarity Location
Color
Pins
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
5
8
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
Toyota Highlander (H Key) 2014-2016
Power Liftgate
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
Starter 2
SIL
HS CAN High
HS Can Low
Autolights
RDA
Gray
Black
Black
Green
Blue
Gray
Lt.Blue
Violet
White
Black
Lt.Green
4
4
3
8
2
6
7
6
14
20
4
(-)
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Power liftgate switch
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
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Firmware: TL10
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Page 11
Installation Type 5
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Ignition Connector
[2] (-)
(+) Starter 1
Remote
Headlight
Switch
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) 12V
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 2
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Light Output
Autolight: Violet, pin 19
(-) GWR Output
Make this connection only
if the vehicle is equipped
with Automatic Headlamps.
HS CAN High:
Gray, pin 6
SIL:
Black, pin 7
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN Low:
White, pin 14
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
CUT
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL Data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
RF
4
4
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
Prog. Button
RDA:
Pink, pin 26
LED
3
2
1
8
7
18 17 16
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
7: Pink/white: (+) Parking Light Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
5
12
6
10
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
OR
RDA:
Pink, pin 16
(+) 12V: Red: 13
(-) Ground: Black: 14
(-) Ground
Body ECU
14
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
[1] Tach
[2]
Unless specified otherwise, all the connectors are displayed from the wire sie, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
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Type 5 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Wire Information
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity Location
Color
Pins
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
30
Toyota Yaris Hatchback (H Key) W/ OEM Alarm 2015-2016
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
SIL
HS CAN High
HS CAN Low
Autolights
RDA
Rear Hatch Release
Black
Pink
Lt.Blue
Green
Black
Gray
White
Violet or Red
Pink
Blue
1
6
1
7
7
6
14
19
16 or 26
23
(-)
(-)
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
(-)
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
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Installation Type 6
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Ignition Connector
[2] (-)
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) 12V
Headlight
Switch
Remote
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
(+) Starter 1
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 2
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Light Output
(-) GWR Output
Autolight: pin 19
Make this connection
only if the vehicle is
equipped with Automatic
Headlamps.
HS CAN High:
pin 6
SIL Data:
pin 7
1
8
9
16
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN Low:
pin 14
HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN Low: Tan: 4
CUT
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(+) 12V: Red: 13
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL data: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
12
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
RF
5
4
4
Prog. Button
LED
6
3
2
1
8
7
18 17 16
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
7: Pink/white: (+) Parking Light Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
Body ECU
10
(-) Ground: Black: 14
(-) Ground
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
14
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
RDA: pin 16
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
[1] Tach
[2]
Unless specified otherwise, all the connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
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Type 6 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Function
Wire Information
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity Location
Color
Pins
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Data Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
(-) Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
30
Dash fuse box.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Jucntion in drivers kick panel.
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
1
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
20
30
Toyota Yaris Hatchback (H Key) W/O OEM Alarm 2015-2016
12V
Black
1
(+)
Ignition 1
Pink
6
(+)
Ignition 2
Lt.Blue
1
(+)
Starter 1
Green
7
(+)
SIL
Black
7
Data
HS CAN High
Gray
6
Data
HS CAN Low
White
14
Data
19
Autolights
Violet or Red
(-)
RDA
Rear Hatch Release
Pink
Blue
16 or 26
23
Toyota Prius c (H Key) 2015-2016
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
SIL
HS CAN High
HS CAN Low
Autolights
Rear Hatch Release
RDA
Black
Pink
Lt.Blue
Green
Black
Gray
White
Red
Green
Lt.Green
1
6
1
7
7
6
14
19
16
16
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
(-)
Data
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Installation Type 7
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
Remote
Headlight
Switch
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Trunk Status Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
(+) 12V
[2] (-)
(+) Starter 1
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
(-) Trunk Output
(+) Parking Light Output
(-) GWR Output
HS CAN 1 High:
Black, pin 6
HS CAN 2 High:
Lt. Blue, pin 3
HS CAN 2 Low:
White, pin 2
Refer to the
« Vehicle
wiring
reference chart »
for more specific HS
CAN connections.
8
9
16
HS CAN 1 Low:
White, pin 14
HS CAN 1 High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN 1 Low: Tan: 4
HS CAN 2 High: Orange/Green: 5
OR
OR
14
HS CAN 2 Low: Orange/Brown: 6
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(-) Ground
(+) 12V: Red: 13
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
(-) Ground: Black: 14
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
10
2: Blue: (-) Unlock Input
1: Green: (-) Lock Input
2
RF
4
Prog. Button
Corolla
Body ECU
LED
HS CAN 2
High:
pin 14
5
7: Pink/white: (+) Parking Light Input
3: Red/White: (-) Trunk Input
12
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
(-) Trunk Status Output: Red/Black: 4
[1] (AC) Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-) Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
6
SIL Data:
Green, pin 7
1
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
RDA:
Lt. Blue,
pin 16
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
5 4 3 2 1
Make this connection
only if the vehicle is
equipped with Automatic
Headlamps.
CUT
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) Ignition 2
Steering Sensor
Autolight:
Green, pin 20
Ignition Connector
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
HS CAN 2 Low:
pin 13
3
2
1
18 17 16
4
15 14 13
12 11 10
9
8
7
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
RAV4
Body ECU Connector
(under main body ECU next to fuse box cover)
OR
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
[1] Tach
[2]
Unless specified otherwise, all the connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
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Type 7 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Function
Wire Information
Color
Pin Polarity Location
Connector Information
Color
Pins
Toyota Rav4 (H Key) 2016-2017
12V
HS CAN 2 High
HS CAN 2 Low
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter
SIL
HS CAN 1 High
HS CAN 1 Low
Autolights
RDA
White
Pink
White
White
Pink
White
Green
Black
White
Red
Lt. Blue
1
3
2
3
8
2
7
6
14
20
16
(+)
Data
Data
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Dash fuse box.
Steering sensor connector.
Steering sensor connector.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch.
Under main body ECU next to fuse box cover.
White
Black
Black
White
White
White
White
White
White
Black
White
1
5
5
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
(+)
Data
Data
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
Data
Data
Dash fuse box.
Steering sensor connector.
Steering sensor connector.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch
Under main body ECU next to fuse box cover.
Body ECU
Body ECU
White
Blue
Blue
White
White
White
White
White
White
Black
White
White
White
1
5
5
8
8
8
16
16
16
20
30
30
30
Toyota Corolla (H Key) 2017
12V
HS CAN 2 High
HS CAN 2 Low
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter
SIL
HS CAN 1 High
HS CAN 1 Low
Autolights
RDA
HS CAN 2 High
HS CAN 2 Low
White
Lt. Blue
White
Gray
Lt.Blue
Green
Lt. Green
Red
White
Violet
Green
Black
White
1
3
2
3
8
2
7
6
14
20
16
14
13
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Installation Type 8
It is important to make sure you do NOT connect the keysense wire in this installation or you will encounter issues
when attempting to start the vehicle.
[2] (-)
(+) 12V
Diagnostic
Connector OBDII
HS CAN 1 High:
Blue, pin 6
SIL Data:
White, pin 7
1
8
9
16
Remote
Starter
Hood Status Input
(+) Brake Status Input
[1] (AC) Tach Input
(-) Door Status Input
(-) E-Brake Status Input
(-) Ground
(-) Ground
(+) Starter 1
4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5
(+) Ignition 2
Refer to Vehicle Wiring
Reference Information for
wire and connector details.
(+) Ignition 1
(-) Parking Light Output
(-) GWR Output
(-) Lock Output
(-) Unlock Output
HS CAN 1 Low:
White, pin 14
HS CAN 2 High:
Lt. Blue, pin 3
Ignition Connector
White Connector
(drivers kick panel
or rear dash fuse box)
HS CAN 2 Low:
White, pin 2
OR
White Connector
(drivers kick panel
or rear dash fuse box)
9 21
10 22
2 11 23
1
(-) Lock:
Yellow,
pin 10
5 4 3 2 1
3
Steering Sensor
4
5
6
7
Headlight Switch
8
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
24
25
26
(-) Unlock:
Yellow,
pin 26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Make this connection
only if the vehicle is
equipped with
Automatic
Headlamps.
1
2 3 4 5 6
8
9 10
(-) Lock:
Red, pin 9
OR
7
11 12 13
(-) Unlock:
Pink, pin 10
HS CAN 1 High: Tan/Black: 3
HS CAN 1 Low: Tan: 4
20
HS CAN 2 High: Orange/Green: 5
Autolight Interrupt (conn. side): Orange/Red: 10
Cut
14
HS CAN 2 Low: Orange/Brown: 6
Autolight: White, pin 20
Autolight Interrupt (veh. side): Yellow/Red: 11
(+) 12V
(+) 12V: Red: 13
(-) Ground: Black: 14
10: Blue/White: (-) GWR
(Status) Input
(-) E-Brake Status Output: Black/White: 1
9: Pink: (+) Ignition Input
(-) Ground
[1] (AC)
10
(-) Door Status Output: Green/White: 3
Tach Output: Violet/White: 5
12
(+) Brake Status Output: Gray: 6
SIL: Yellow/Black: 10
RDA: Orange/Black: 11
[2] (-)
Hood Status Output: Blue/Red: 12
Body
ECU
Conn.
4
3 2 1
18 17 16
15 14 13
12 11 10
9 8 7
30 29 28
27 26 25
24 23 22
21 20 19
Body ECU Connector
(middle connector left
side of steering column)
RF
4
6 5
2
RDA: Black,pin 4
Prog. Button
LED
DBALL2
(+)12V
RX
(-) Ground
TX
P#: XKD2D65
(-) Parking Light:
Green, pin 22
Not required in D2D mode.
wire is an optional connection required on some remote starters, which do not support a tach signal in D2D.
If factory equipped. If not, a hood switch must be installed and connected to the remote starter.
[1] Tach
[2]
Unless specified otherwise, all the connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnostic connector.
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Type 8 - Vehicle Wiring Reference Chart
Wire Information
Function
Color
Connector Information
Pin
Polarity Location
Color
Pins
Toyota Tacoma (H Key) 2016
HS CAN 2 High
HS CAN 2 Low
12V
Ignition 1
Ignition 2
Starter 1
Starter 2
SIL
HS CAN 1 High
HS CAN 1 Low
Autolights
RDA
Parking Lights
Lock
Unlock
RDA
Yellow
White
Red
Black
White
Green
Violet
White
Blue
White
White
Black
3
2
4
3
8
6
3
7
6
14
20
4
Green
22
9
or
10
Red or Pink
10 or 26
Yellow
Black
4
Data
Data
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
(+)
Data
Data
Data
(-)
Data
(-)
(-)
(-)
Data
Steering sensor connector.
Steering sensor connector.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
Ignition switch.
OBDII.
OBDII.
OBDII.
Headlight switch
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
Drivers kick panel or rear of dash fuse box.
Drivers kick panel or rear of dash fuse box.
Middle Plug main body ECU left of steering column.
White
5
White
5
White
8
White
8
White
8
White
8
White
8
White
16
White
16
White
16
White
20
White
30
White
30
White 13 or 32
White 13 or 32
White
30
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Module Programming
Refer to the LED Diagnostics section for more information and for troubleshooting purposes.
Important
Make all the required connections to the vehicle, as described in the wiring diagram(s) found in this guide, and double check to
ensure everything is correct prior to moving onto the next step.
Warning! To take advantage of advanced features, you must use XpressVIP 4.5 (and higher) or the Directechs Mobile app.
Flashing a module using your computer:
1. Connect the interface module to your computer using the
XKLoader2.
2. Go to www.directechs.com using Internet Explorer, and
select the Flash Module button.
3. Follow the instructions to select your vehicle, installation
type, and configure your options.
4. Once you have configured the firmware options, click on the
FLASH button.
Flashing a module using your smartphone or tablet
1. Connect the interface module to your XKLoader3.
2. Launch the Directechs Mobile app on your smartphone or
tablet.
3. Select FLASH YOUR MODULE and follow the on screen
instructions.
When the flashing operation is successful, you can proceed with the programming instructions below.
D2D Installation
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin and 14-pin harnesses to
the module, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
4th
3rd
st
1
2nd
OR
W2W Installation
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin and 12-pin harnesses to the
module, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
3rd
st
1
2nd
The master key is REQUIRED to complete the module programming successfully.
Turn the key to the OFF position.
&
&
Green or orange
3 seconds
Key OUT
Solid x3 sec.
OFF
START
N
Note: If the transponder programming was skipped,
the LED turns ON solid orange for 3 seconds then
shuts OFF when programming is done.
N
Key IN
Solid
IG
3
Insert and turn the key to the ignition position. The
LED will flashes green quickly while programming
then turns ON solid green for 3 seconds. This may
take up to 5 seconds.
OFF
2
Note: To skip the transponder programming and use convenience features only,
press the programming button 5 times.
IG
1
Wait until the LED turns ON solid red.
START
You have successfully completed the module programming sequence.
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Module Reset
A module reset will only erase programming performed in the previous steps. All settings (firmware) and settings flashed
to the module using the web config tool will not be affected.
D2D Installation
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin &
14-pin harnesses to the module. Press and hold the
programming button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.
1
3rd
th
5
st
1
2nd
4th
OR
W2W Installation
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin & 12-pin
harnesses to the module. Press and hold the programming
button, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.
2
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
4th
st
1
Wait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange then release the
programming button. The LED then turns ON solid red.
2nd
3rd
&
&
Release
Solid
Solid
Hard Reset
Warning Against Executing a Hard Reset!
A hard reset will revert the flashed firmware back to its default settings. Depending on the installation, some settings (such
as RFTD and D2D options) may have to be reconfigured. See the Feature & Option List section of this guide.
D2D Installation
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin, 12-pin &
14-pin harnesses to the module. Press and hold the
programming button, then connect the 4-pin D2D harness.
1
5th
3rd
1st
2nd
4th
OR
W2W Installation
If required for your installation, connect the 10-pin & 12-pin
harnesses to the module. Press and hold the programming
button, then connect the 14-pin harness to the module.
2
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
in
14-p 2-pin
1
D2D 0-pin
1
1st
4th
2nd
3rd
Wait 3 seconds until the LED turns ON solid orange, and wait 10 more seconds
until the LED starts to flash orange and red.
&
Solid
3
Flashes
&
Release the programming button. The LED turns ON solid red.
Release
Solid
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Feature and Option List
It is recommended to configure all the features and options listed below using the configuration tool found on the module
flashing page on www.directechs.com. The web offers more options; however, manual configuration of the features is possible
using the information on this page.
* Default
Feat.
1
2
Operation
RFTD Output Type
Unlock Driver Priority
3
Aux1
4
Aux2
Flashes / Option
1. No RF Output*
Description
Module is connected to a remote starter using a standard installation.
2. RFTD Output
Module is connected to an XL202 using an RSR or RXT installation (when available).
3. SmartStart
Module is connected to SmartStart using an RSR or RXT installation (when available).
1. Driver priority*
2.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
All
Trunk
Right Sliding Door*
Left Sliding Door
Trunk
Right Sliding Door
Left Sliding Door*
1. Disabled
2. Safelock
5
6
3. Enabled*
Smart OEM Alarm Control will synchronize with the OEM alarm so that it will disarm
and rearm the vehicle in the remote start sequence, only when required. The reason
for this is, factory alarm control must often be done by lock or unlock operation. This
could create unnecessary actions on door lock modules, such as the horn to honk.
When possible, Smart OEM Alarm Control will monitor the alarm and door lock
status to detect if the disarm or rearm is required. If the vehicle is unlocked or is not
equipped with factory alarm, the disarm/rearm will not be executed. Smart OEM
Alarm Control will also monitor the remote starter actions so that the factory alarm
control is not done twice. A remote starter, for which the Safelock feature is active,
will work perfectly with this option and will make it invisible to the user.
1. Not Equipped*
2. Equipped
The vehicle is not equipped with an automatic trunk/hatch opening system.
The vehicle is equipped with an automatic trunk/hatch opening system.
Smart OEM Alarm Control
Motorized Hatch Equipped
Unlocks only the driver door when the button is first pressed, and unlocks all doors
when it is pressed a second time within 5 seconds.
Unlocks all doors when the button is first pressed.
Will pop the trunk if available.
When available, will operate the right sliding door.
When available, will operate the left sliding door.
Will pop the trunk if available.
When available, will operate the right sliding door.
When available, will operate the left sliding door.
The OEM alarm will not be controlled by the interface upon remote start. No disarm
or arm command will be executed at the beginning or end of the sequence; it must be
controlled by the Remote Starter.
Smart OEM Alarm Control will behave like a standard Safelock feature on a remote
starter. It will unlock at the beginning of the sequence, and relock after start and
shutdown.
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Programming
Button
To enter feature programming routine
- Turn the ignition ON, then OFF.
- Within 5 seconds, press and HOLD the programming button until the LED turns ON orange (after 3 seconds). Release the
Programming button.
- The LED will flash green once slowly to indicate the feature number is 1. After a short delay, the LED flashes red rapidly to indicate
the current option of feature 1 (i.e. 1x green followed by 1x red indicates feature 1 is set to option 1). The flashing sequence will repeat
until a new command is entered.
Changing feature options
- Press the lock/arm or unlock/disarm button on aftermarket transmitter to change the option of the selected feature.
- The LED flashes red rapidly the number of times equal to the current option number. After a short delay, the LED flashes green slowly
the number of times to indicate the current feature. The flashing sequence will repeat until a new command is entered.
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 LED flashes green slowly the number of times equal to the feature number. After a short delay, the LED flashes red rapidly to
indicate the current option of the current feature. The flashing sequence will repeat until a new command is entered.
When the maximum number of features or options is reached, the LED will start flashing again from the first feature or option.
Once a feature is programmed
- Other features can be programmed.
- The feature programming can be exited.
Exiting feature programming
- No activity for 30 seconds; after 30 seconds, the LED will turn ON orange for 2 seconds to confirm the end of the programming
sequence.
OR
- Press and HOLD the programming button for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds, the LED will turn ON orange for 2 seconds to confirm the
end of the programming sequence.
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LED Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
LED
Description
Module Programming
Off
Module has no power.
Solid red
Waiting to begin the programming sequence.
Troubleshooting
Make sure the 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.
Ensure the correct programming procedure is being
followed.
Initialization failed.
Reset the module and complete the programming again.
If the issue persists, please contact Technical Support.
Solid orange
Transponder functions were skipped.
(If compatible) when RXT mode is not desired or
convenience features are needed, please reset and
reprogram the module.
Flashes
green
All required CAN networks has been detected.
Normal operation.
Flashes
orange
1 of 2 CAN networks has been detected.
Normal operation
Flashes
orange
slowly
Key2GO initiated.
Please follow the steps indicated in “Module
programming” to complete the Key2GO programming.
Solid green
x 3 secs
Module was successfully programmed with all functions. Normal operation
Flashes red
& green
Module was successfully programmed without
transponder functions.
Module Programming - Error Codes
Solid orange
x 3 secs
Flashes red
x1
CAN2 not detected.
Flashes red
x1
J1850 not detected.
Flashes red
x2
CAN1 not detected.
Flashes red
x3
Bypass data not detected.
Flashes red
x4
Bypass processing error.
Flashes red
x5
ISO 1 not detected.
Flashes red
x6
ISO 2 not detected.
Flashes red
x7
MUX not detected.
Normal operation.
Check the CAN2 Orange/Green and Orange/Brown wire
connections. Wake up the data bus by turning the
ignition on and try again. If your installation does not
require this connection, skip this step by pressing the
programming button 5 times.
Check the J1850 wire connection. Wake up the data bus
by turning the ignition on and try again.
Check the CAN1 Tan and Tan/Black wire connections.
Wake up the data bus by turning the ignition on and try
again. If your installation does not require this
connection, skip this step by pressing the programming
button 5 times.
Check the bypass line connection. If more than one wire
is used, make sure they are not inverted. Ensure the
vehicle still operates correctly using the factory key.
The bypass calculation failed. Reset the module and try
again. If the condition persists, please contact Technical
Support.
The Yellow/Black wire did not detect the expected
signal. Refer to "Installation (wiring diagrams & vehicle
wiring reference charts)" to check the connections.
The Orange/Black wire did not detect the expected
signal. Refer to "Installation (wiring diagrams & vehicle
wiring reference charts)" to check the connections.
The Violet/Green or Violet/Brown wire did not detect the
expected voltage value. Refer to "Installation (wiring
diagrams & vehicle wiring reference charts)" to check
the connections.
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Firmware: TL10
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LED
Description
External module synchronization
(Flashes red,
red then
orange) x 10
OBDII feature is not supported.
Troubleshooting
The diagnostic data bus was not detected, therefore the
SmartStart features will be limited.
Activation Ground When Running (Status)
Flashes
green
Flashes red
& orange
Ground When Running (Status) command received.
The module has initialized the remote start sequence.
Ignition ON command received.
The module has received the Ignition ON command and
is processing the remote start sequence.
Flashes
green
quickly
Start ON command received.
Flashes red
x 10
PTS shutdown error.
Flashes red
x 21
CAN bus incorrectly detected.
The module has received the Start ON command and is
processing the remote start sequence.
The PTS output from the module was not activated due
to safety protection.
Verify the CAN1 and CAN2 connections. Refer to
“Installation (wiring diagrams & vehicle wiring reference
charts)” to check the connections.
Commands
Flashes
orange x 1
LOCK command received.
Flashes
orange x 2
UNLOCK command received.
Flashes
orange x 3
TRUNK command received.
Flashes
orange x 4
AUX1 command received.
Flashes
orange x 5
AUX2 command received.
Flashes
orange x 6
AUX3 command received.
If the bypass module fails to flash, it did not receive the
signal. Commands can come from RF or D2D.
Shutdown codes
Flashes
green x 1
Takeover successful.
Flashes red
x1
Runsafe was not disabled.
Flashes red
x2
Brake was not detected.
Flashes red
x3
Smart key was not detected.
Flashes red
x4
Speed was detected.
Normal operation.
No UNLOCK command was received prior to opening the
door, or the 45 second timer expired in takeover mode.
The brakes were not detected, which prevents the
system from shutting down the vehicle.
The smart key was not detected, which prevents the
system from shutting down the vehicle.
The vehicle was detected as moving, which prevents the
system from shutting it down.
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Firmware: TL10
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Quick Reference Guide
DBALL2-TL10
Notes
List of Available Commands
Note that the information below is for Viper, Clifford and Python models. Icons and
commands may differ depending on the remote brand and model purchased. Refer
to your authorized installation center for more information.
Button(s)
Actions
Press & hold for 1 second to lock.
Press & hold for 1 second to unlock.
Press & hold for 1 second to remote
start.
Press & hold for 5 seconds to activate
the trunk release (optional).
x1 +
Press
once, then
to activate the
rear hatch/tail glass release (optional).*
x3 +
Press
3 times, then
the panic mode.
x1 +
Press
once, then
remote starter runtime.
to activate
to reset the
* This output is configurable. see your authorized installation center for more
information.
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