PAC TY1A-RS RadioPRO ADVANCED Interface for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion Instruction Manual

PAC TY1A-RS RadioPRO ADVANCED Interface for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion Instruction Manual
TY1A-RS
Radio Replacement and
Steering Wheel Control Interface
for Toyota / Lexus / Scion Vehicles
Introduction and Features
The TY1A-RS interface allows the replacement of a factory radio in select Toyota/Lexus/Scion vehicles and will retain
factory features such as steering wheel controls (SWC), USB ports (in most cases), AM / FM antenna, and the factory
audio amplifier. This interface also allows you to program two radio functions to each SWC button by using short press
long press dual command functionality, and also provides outputs such as: vehicle speed signal (VSS), illumination,
reverse trigger and parking brake.
Important Notes
1.
Connection of the OBD connector, with the White / Red and White / Black wires, is not always necessary. Use of these wires
will be dependent on whether or not the aftermarket radio requires specific connections, and whether the vehicle provides these
outputs at the radio. See the “Installation Steps” section starting on page 3 for additional information.
2. Adjustment of the vehicle settings through the original radio’s vehicle settings menu will be disabled after installation of the new
radio. It is advised to make sure all settings are as you desire prior to removal of the original radio.
3. The TY1A-RS does not retain Rear Seat Entertainment.
4. After installation, if you do not initially hear any audio, you may need to cycle the ignition again to initialize the factory amplifier.
5. Speaker fading on factory amplified systems is only supported with the “amplified output” connection of the TY1A-RS.
6. When using real time fade, if the fader setting is biased more to the front or rear, as the radio turns on the sound may begin at
the default setting and then quickly transition to your custom setting.
7. Aftermarket radio features such as High Pass Filters (crossovers), DSP or “Network Mode” will interfere with proper fader
function. In order for the TY1A-RS’s fader function to work, the audio from the aftermarket radio’s output must match so it can
compare the front and rear audio levels and determine the proper fader setting for the factory amplifier.
8. The USB-TY1 and USB-TY2 are included in order to retain the factory USB port for most (but not all) applications. Please refer
to www.pac-audio.com to see which harness you will need.
9. Best Kit’s part number BAA44 is included for vehicles that require an antenna adapter.
10. The CAM-TY11 or CAM-TY12 must be purchased in order to retain the factory reverse camera. Please refer to
www.pac-audio.com to see which harness you will need. If the required harness is not available, it is possible to hardwire the
reverse camera using the information provided in Appendix A on Page 7.
Module Layout
Amplified Audio Output Level Adjustment
Radio Select DIP switches
Interface Connector 4
Programming Button
USB Port
Interface Connector 1
Expansion Port
Module Status LED
Interface Connector 2
Non-Amplified Audio Output
Amplified Audio Output
USB Status LED
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TY1A-RS
Radio Replacement and
Steering Wheel Control Interface
for Toyota / Lexus / Scion Vehicles
Interface Connectors
Interface Connector 1
Interface Connector 2
Interface Connector 3
Interface Connector 4
Plug Interface Connectors 1, 2 and 4 into the appropriate port on the TY1A-RS interface (using the diagram on page 1 or the
label on the bottom of the TY1A-RS interface). The Connector 3 connection will be dependent upon whether or not the vehicle
has a factory amplified system. Connect to the appropriate port on the TY1A-RS.
Vehicle Connectors
Vehicle Connector 1
Vehicle Connector 2
Depending on the application, the
TY1A-RS will need 2 or 3 of the 5
vehicle connectors. The additional
connectors will be left unused on
the harness. Any additional radio
harnesses in the vehicle that do
not plug into one of the vehicle
connectors shown above, will not
be used. Below you will find the
combinations needed for most
vehicles.
Vehicle Connector 3
requires connections for Vehicle
Speed Sense, Parking Brake, or
Reverse Signal for the following
applications:
1. Combination 1 from below.
2. Combination 2 from below.
Combination 3
Typical 2004 to 2013 NON-AMPLIFIED
Typical 2014 to 2017 AMPLIFIED AND NON-AMPLIFIED
Vehicle Connector 4 Vehicle Connector 5
Combination 2
Vehicle Connector 2
Vehicle Connector 4
Vehicle Connector 5
Combination 4
Typical 2004 to 2013 AMPLIFIED
Non-Typical 2012 to 2014 AMPLIFIED
Vehicle Connector 1
Vehicle Connector 3
Vehicle Connector 1
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Vehicle Connector 5
*The OBD-2 V3 harness provides
CAN bus from the vehicle to the
TY1A-RS for select vehicles
that do not already provide CAN
bus to the radio. Only use the
OBD-2 V3 if the aftermarket radio
*OBD-2 V3
Combination 1
Vehicle Connector 3
Vehicle Connector 4
Vehicle Connector 2
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Steering Wheel Control Interface
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Installation Steps
Set DIP switches that correspond with your radio to the ON position.
Set all other DIP switches to the OFF position.
Alpine
JVC
Kenwood /
Lightning Audio
Clarion /
Nakamichi
2-Wire
Resistive
Pioneer /
Other*
Sony
Fusion
1 Other = 2
1 & Dual,
2
3 Audio, Rockford
2 & 3 Fosgate,
1, 2,Visteon
&3
4
1&4
Advent, BOYO,
Lightning
*Other - Dual / Axxera (these brands could also have 2-wire resistive), Jensen, Rockford Fosgate
1.
2.
Set the Radio Select DIP switches according to the radio you are installing.
Aftermarket Radio Wiring Table
Wire the aftermarket radio harness per the tables to the right and the information below. Wires from Interface Connector 4
If the aftermarket radio does not require connections for Vehicle Speed Sense, Parking
Purple
Rear R + input
Brake, or Reverse Signal, proceed to step “3”.
Purple / Black
Rear R - input
a. If the vehicle does not use the 28-pin connector (Vehicle Connector 2), proceed
Green
Rear L + input
to step “III” below. There are three different methods for obtaining the analog
Green / Black
Rear L - input
navigation outputs from the interface:
Gray
Front R + input
I. Vehicles that have the analog signals at the radio: Plug the 28-pin
Gray / Black
Front R - input
connector (Vehicle Connector 2) from the TY1A-RS into the vehicle harness.
White
Front L + input
Find the Pink (pin 17), Light Green (pin 15) and Purple / White (pin 2) wires in
White / Black
Front L - input
the TY1A-RS harness and check for wires populating these positions on the
Blue / Yellow
SWC Output / Key 1
factory side of the connector. If the wires are present, you can use the analog
Brown
SWC Output / Key 2
navigation outputs coming from Vehicle Connector 2 in the PAC harness.
II.
Vehicles that have CAN data at the radio: Plug the 28-pin connector
(Vehicle Connector 2) from the TY1A-RS into the vehicle harness. Find the
White / Red (pin 9) and White / Black (pin 10) wires in the TY1A-RS harness and
check for wires populating these positions on the factory side of the connector. If
the wires are present, you can use the “nav wires” coming from Interface Connector
4 in the PAC harness.
III.
Vehicles that do not have the CAN data or the analog wires at the radio:
Insulate the Yellow and Black loose wires in the OBD-2 V3 connector (they
will not be used). Connect the OBD-2 V3 connector to the vehicle’s OBDII
connector (found under the dash on the driver’s side). Run the two wires from the
OBD-2 V3 from the OBDII connection, up to the radio cavity in the dash. Next,
unplug the 2-pin connector between Interface Connector 4 and Vehicle Connector
2. Connect the OBD-2 V3 2-pin connector into the 2-pin connector that comes
from Interface Connector 2. This will allow for use of the “nav wires” coming from
Interface Connector 4 in the PAC harness.
3. Wire your aftermarket radio to the TY1A-RS harness according to the wiring connections
chart on this page.
4. Once all connections have been made, plug the interface into the vehicle.
5.
.
3.5 mm Jack
SWC Output
Pink
Vehicle Speed
Sense Output
Light Green
Parking Brake
Output
Violet / White
Reverse Signal
Output
Orange / White
Illumination Output
Blue / White
Amp Turn On Input
Blue
Not Used
Wires Labeled “Connect To
Aftermarket Radio”
Turn the ignition on and set the gain on the side of the interface to the desired level. See
“Testing and Verification” section on page 6 for further details on how to set the gain. If
the radio does not turn on and the LED on the interface is solid orange, check the DIP
switches on the side of the interface to make sure they are not all in the on position.
Yellow
+12v
Red
Accessory Output
(10 amp)
Black
Ground
Pink
Vehicle Speed
Sense Output
Light Green
Parking Brake
Output
Violet / White
Reverse Signal
Output
If you wish to reassign functions to the SWC, or utilize short press, long press dual
command functionality, follow the programming instructions starting on the following page.
OBD-2 V3 Wires
Yellow
Not Used
Black
Not Used
White / Red
HS CAN + Input
White / Black
HS CAN - Input
Insulate the unused Yellow and
Black wires in the OBD-2 V3
Connector
Wires Labeled
“OEM CAMERA POWER”
Yellow / Black
+6v Camera Power
Black
Camera Ground
OEM Camera Retention
6v Power and Ground
(see page 7 for more details)
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Radio Replacement and
Steering Wheel Control Interface
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Steering Wheel Controls
Default Steering Wheel Control Programming
IMPORTANT! The interface comes pre-programmed for all of the vehicles factory SWC functions and does not require
programming unless you wish to re-assign the SWC functions, or utilize short press long press dual command functionality. The
SWC can always be restored to default settings by pressing and releasing the program button on the side of the interface once
and waiting 7 seconds for the LED to flash 3 times.
Default SWC Button Assignments
Alpine
Volume +
Volume +
Volume Volume Mode
Source
Back
Band
Voice
Voice
Answer
Receive
End
End
Enter
Power
Arrow Up
Track Up
Arrow Down Track Down
Arrow Left Preset Down
Arrow Right Preset Up
JVC
Volume +
Volume Source
Att
Voice
Receive
Reject
Power
Track Up
Track Down
Disc Down
Disc Up
Kenwood
Volume +
Volume Source
Play
Voice
Off Hook
On Hook
Preset Up
Track Up
Track Down
Disc Down
Disc Up
Clarion
Volume +
Volume Source
Band
Voice
Send
End
N/P
Track Up
Track Down
N/P
N/P
Pioneer
Volume +
Volume Source
Band
Voice
Answer
End
Mute
Track Up
Track Down
Preset Down
Preset Up
Sony
Volume +
Volume Source
Band
Voice
Answer
Reject/Source
N/P
Track Up
Track Down
Preset Down
Preset Up
Fusion
Volume +
Volume Source
N/P
Mute
Power
N/P
Power
Track Up
Track Down
N/P
N/P
Optional Steering Wheel Control Programming
If you wish to re-assign the SWC functions, utilize short press long press dual command functionality, the interface must be
programmed in the specific order shown in the chart on page 5. If you come across a function in the chart that your steering
wheel does not have, or you do not want to program, press and release the programming button on the side of the interface to
skip that function. The LED will flash off and on confirming that you have successfully skipped that function and are ready to
proceed to the next one.
Short Press Long Press Dual Command Functionality
This feature allows you to assign two aftermarket radio functions to each of the vehicles SWC buttons. It can be used with as
many of the buttons as the user likes or none at all. When this functionality is implemented, quickly pressing and releasing a
SWC button will initiate the short press command while pressing and holding a SWC button for longer than two seconds will
initiate the long press command. Please note that no long press commands are programmed by default. If you wish to assign
dual command functionality to the SWC please follow the programming steps on the following page.
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Radio Replacement and
Steering Wheel Control Interface
for Toyota / Lexus / Scion Vehicles
Steering Wheel Controls (cont.)
Optional SWC Programming Procedure
1. Turn the key to the ignition position.
2. Press and release programming button on the side of the interface. The Status LED will turn green.
3. Within 7 seconds, press the button that is to be learned on the steering wheel. The LED will turn red when the button is pressed.
At this point you have two options:
D. For short press functionality: Release the button within 1.5 seconds. The LED will turn back on.
E. For long press functionality: Hold the button until the LED starts blinking. Release the button and the LED will go back to solid.
4. If you need to program more buttons, repeat step 3 for each additional audio function on the steering wheel.
5. If you come across a function in the chart that your steering wheel does not have, or you do not want to program, press and
release the program button on the side of the interface to skip that function.
6. Once programming is completed, wait seven seconds. The LED will flash three times indicating end of programming.
7. Test the interface for proper functionality. Whenever a SWC is pressed the LED on the interface should blink. If any function
does not work, repeat the programming steps.
Optional Programming Order
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Alpine
JVC
Volume +
Volume Mute
Preset +
Preset Source
Track +
Track Power
Volume +
Volume Mute
Source
Track +
Track Band / Disc +
Preset / Disc Select
Kenwood /
Lightning Audio
Volume +
Volume Mute
Source
Play
Track +
Track Disc / FM +
Disc / AM -
Clarion /
Nakamichi
Volume +
Volume Mute
Source
Search +
Search Band
Send / End
Send
10
Enter / Play
Attenuation
Answer
End
11
Band / Program
Phone Receive
Voice Dial
VR
12
Receive
Phone Reject
On Hook
13
14
15
End
VR
2-Wire
Resistive
Pioneer
Other *
Sony
Fusion
Volume +
Volume Mute
Preset +
Preset Source
Track +
Track Band
Volume +
Volume Mute
Preset +
Preset Source
Track +
Track Band
Answer **
Volume +
Volume Mute
Preset +
Preset Source / End Call
Track +
Track Band
Volume +
Volume Mute
Source
Track +
Track Audio
Power
End **
Voice Dial / Answer / End Call
PTT **
VR (Android Auto & Car Play)
Answer / End Call***
No specific
programming
order. Please
refer to the
owners manual
Phone Menu
of your particular
Answer Call
radio for
programming
instructions..
End Call
Power / End Call
VR
Off Hook
Mute
Preset +
* Advent, Boyo, Dual, Lightning Audio, Jensen, Rockford Fosgate & Visteon ** Jensen & Advent ONLY *** XAV-AX100 Only
Please Note: On any entry with multiple commands, the commands shown are source dependent.
Voice Dial
Power
SWC Re-Calibration Procedure
Re‐Calibration Programming Order
1. Turn the key to the ignition position.
2. Press and hold the programming button until the LED begins blinking amber.
Volume Up
When the LED begins blinking, release the programming button. The LED will
Volume Down
light solid amber.
Seek Up
3. Within 7 seconds, press and hold the button that is to be learned on the steering
wheel. The LED will turn off when the button is pressed and begin blinking when
Seek Down
the value has been learned. Once the LED begins blinking, release the button.
Mode
Please Note: the buttons must be calibrated in the order shown in the chart.
Voice
If you press the wrong button the LED will not respond at all.
4. If you need to program more buttons, repeat step 3 for each additional audio
Phone Answer
function on the steering wheel.
Phone Hang Up
5. If you come across a function in the chart that your steering wheel does not
Enter
have, press and release the program button on the side of the interface to skip
that function.
Back
6. Once programming is completed, wait seven seconds. The LED will flash
Arrow Right
indicating end of programming.
Arrow Left
7. Test the interface for proper functionality. Whenever a SWC is pressed the LED on
the interface should blink. If any function does not work, repeat the programming
steps.
After you have re-calibrated the SWC buttons, the default SWC button assignments will be the same as what is listed in the
chart on page 4. If you wish to re-assign button functions you must also go through the programming listed above (Optional
SWC Programing Procedure).
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Steering Wheel Control Interface
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Testing and Verification
1. Turn the ignition on. The LED on the interface will turn on and the +12v accessory wire will turn on.
2. Turn on the radio and check volume, balance and fade.If you do not hear any audio you may need to cycle the ignition to
initialize the factory amplifier.
3. If the overall volume is too low, use the gain adjustment on the side of the TY1A-RS interface to set it to the desired level.
The best way to do this is to turn the volume on the radio to 3/4 volume, then turn the gain on the TY1A-RS until some
distortion is heard, then back it down a little.
4. If you have a JBL system and there is no audio, please make sure the Blue / White wire in the radio connector is hooked up
properly. If there is still no audio, reset the interface according to the procedure in the next section.
5. If fading is acting inconsistent, please ensure that all speakers are connected to the proper polarity.
6. Verify that all SWC are functioning properly. If any of the SWC are not functioning properly you may need to reset the
interface or follow the re-calibration procedure above.
7. The LED and radio will turn off when the ignition is turned off.
Restoring Factory Settings
You can restore the interface to factory default settings by pressing and holding the programming button on the side of the module
until the status LED starts blinking red. Once the LED starts blinking red, release the button. You must release the button while
the LED is blinking red in order to perform the reset. Please note, the LED will go through two stages before it starts blinking red.
First it will blink green, then amber, then red.
This reset will restore the following settings to their factory defaults:
• SWC Mapping
• Factory Amplifier Settings
• Real Time Fade will be reset to on
RadioPRO App
Use of the RadioPRO App allows
you to do the following:
• Configure User Interface Options such
as:
• Factory amplifier settings (Bass,
Mid, Treble, Gain, Fader and
Balance)
• Real Time Fading
• Update Product Firmware
• Read Firmware/Hardware Versions
• Access Product User Manuals
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PLEASE NOTE:
The interface must be connected to the vehicle when using the following features of the RadioPRO App:
• Factory Amplifier Settings
The interface does not need to be connected to the vehicle when using the following features of the RadioPRO App:
• Firmware Updates
• Reading firmware/hardware versions
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Steering Wheel Control Interface
for Toyota / Lexus / Scion Vehicles
RadioPRO App (cont.)
Infotainment/Factory Amplifier Settings
The RadioPRO app will also allow you to adjust the
settings of the factory amplifier. You can adjust Amp
Gain, Fader, Balance, Bass, Mid and Treble and real
time fade. When real time fade is enabled in amplified
systems, it will allow fading to be controlled directly
from the aftermarket radio. Restoring factory settings
on the module will default all values back to middle.
Firmware Updates
The RadioPRO app will also allow you to update the
interface with new firmware as it becomes available.
Please visit www.pac-audio.com or contact our tech
support department to see if there is a firmware update
for your interface.
In order to update the interface all DIP switches must be set to the down position. Connect the interface to your PC and select
“Update Firmware”. Now select “Select File”. Finally, browse to the place where you saved the file and select it. This will begin
the updating process. Once finished, disconnect the interface from the PC and set the DIP switches back according to the radio
you have installed.
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Appendix A
Reverse Camera Retention
If you do not have the CAM-TY11 or CAM-TY12 harness available, follow the schematics below to retain the factory reverse
camera. Older vehicles (pre 2014) will be equipped with the 16-pin harness (Fig. 1) and newer vehicles (2014+) will be
equipped with the 24-pin harness (Fig.2). Some years may overlap.
You can obtain the necessary 6v+ and ground for the factory camera from twisted Yellow / Black and Black wires labeled “OEM
CAMERA POWER” in Interface Connector 2.
Connectors are viewed from pin side
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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