Note: using an optional snap on wire harness adapter will simplify the wiring. Most snap on wire harness adapters have already converted and color coded the wires from the auto makers in dash wire harness to match typical aftermarket radio wire colors. ** The wire colors listed in the chart above are typical for these vehicles during these years but may not be the exact colors for this vehicle. This is another reason to use a snap on wire harness adapter. **
The new Wire Harness Repair Kit “B” has been released as an essential Special Service Tool (SST)
to supplement the original Wire Harness Repair Kit. This kit holds an initial supply of 21 new type
electrical terminals and connectors as well as the necessary supplies and small tools for most electrical repairs.
[A] : System Title [B] : Indicates the wiring color. Wire colors are indicated by an alphabetical code. B = Black W = White BR = Brown L = Blue V = Violet SB = Sky Blue R = Red O = Orange LG = Light Green P = Pink Y = Yellow GR = Gray G = Green The first letter indicates the basic wire color and the second letter indicates the color of the stripe. Example: L–Y [C] : The position of the parts is the same as shown in the wiring diagram and wire routing. [D] : Indicates the pin number of the connector. The numbering system is different for female and male connectors. Example : Numbered in order Numbered in order from upper left to from upper right to lower right lower left The numbering system Read more
The wiring diagrams and technical service bulletins, containing wiring diagram changes, are obtained from the domestic and import manufacturers. These are checked for accuracy and are all redrawn into a consistent format for easy use. All diagrams are arranged with the front of the vehicle at the left side of the first page and the rear of the vehicle at the right side of the last page. Accessories are shown near the end of the diagram. Components are shown in their approximate location on the vehicle. Due to the constantly increasing number of components on vehicles today, it is impossible to show exact locations. In the past, when cars were simpler, diagrams were simpler. All components were connected by wires, and diagrams seldom exceeded 4 pages in length. Today some wiring diagrams require more than 16 pages. It would be impractical to expect a service technician to trace a wire from page 1 across every page to page 16.
1. Supplemental Restraint System SRS (a) Failure to carry out procedures listed below could result in possible deployment of airbag, personal injury, or unnecessary repairs to SRS. (b) Turn the key switch to the LOCK position. (Fig. 1) (c) Remove the key from the ignition switch. (d) Disconnect the negative battery cable. (Fig. 2) (e) Never use a voltmeter to trouble shoot any of Accidentally probing the connectors to the SRS can lead to deployment of the airbag. (Fig 3) (f) SRS wire harness loom/cover is bright yellow in color.
Beginning in 2000, the accessory trailer wire harness supplier was changed and a new design was adopted which incorporated in–line fuses in the tow wire harness in addition to the vehicle fuse. This bulletin identifies the fuse location to supplement dealer diagnostics troubleshooting. In the future please reference the accessory trailer wire harness Owner’s Guide for the vehicle specific diagnostic procedures. As a general note please place the towing wire harness Owner’s Guide in glove box after every DIO installation.
1. Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) (a) Failure to carry out procedures listed below could result in possible deployment of airbag, personal injury, or unnecessary repairs to SRS. (b) Turn the key switch to the LOCK position. (Fig. 1-1) (c) Remove the key from the ignition switch. (d) Disconnect the negative battery cable. (Fig. 1-2) (e) Never use a voltmeter to troubleshoot any of the harnesses or connectors to the SRS. Accidentally probing the connectors to the SRS can lead to deployment of the airbag. (Fig. 1-3) (f) SRS wire harness loom/cover is bright yellow in color.
2. Wiring Precautions (a) DO NOT pull on vehicle wires and/or wire harness. To uncouple electrical connectors, pull only on the connector. (Fig. 2-1) (b) Use nylon ties and adhesive foam strips to secure the vehicle harness and the trailer wire harness. (c) Ensure that all wires are properly insulated from ground. (d) When installing the trailer wire harness, make sure it is not cut or perforated by any sharp metal objects.
3. General Practices and Procedures (a) Before starting installation, refer to the supplemental restraint system procedures in Section 1 above. (b) Take care not to scratch any part of the vehicle. Bind the tips of tools (clip remover, slot screw driver, etc.) with vinyl tape to prevent damage to any part of the car, or use a nylon removal tool (resin based prying tool). (Fig. 3-1) (c) Use a small parts container to store removed bolts and tapping screws so that they can be reassembled correctly. (d) Ensure that seat/floor protectors are in position. (e) After fastening plastic ties, clip away all the excess of the ties using diagonal pliers. (Fig. 3-2)
Whether your an expert Subaru Legacy car alarm installer, Subaru Legacy performance fan or a novice Subaru Legacy enthusiast with a 1997 Subaru Legacy , a Subaru Legacy car alarm wiring diagram can save yourself a lot of time. One Subaru Car Alarm Wire Diagrams of the most time consuming tasks with installing an after market car alarm, car security, car remote start, automatic remote starter, shock sensor, tilt sensor, car alarm sensor or any auto alarm is identifying the correct color car security Rochester Auto Search wires for a 1997 Subaru Legacy. The Modiﬁed Life staff has taken all its Subaru Legacy car alarm wiring diagrams, Subaru Legacy car security wiring diagrams, Subaru Legacy car alarm wire diagrams, Subaru Legacy car security wiring schematics, Subaru Legacy car security diagrams, Subaru Legacy remote Read more
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Fuse/Relay Locations: For fuse and/or relay locations refer to Starting and Charging / Power and Ground Distribution: See: Power and Ground Distribution Ground Locations: For ground locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Grounds Connector Locations: For connector locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Connectors: See: Locations\Connectors Component Locations: For component locations refer to Vehicle / Locations / Harness: See: Locations\Harness
Remote Starter Integration for the 2007 Toyota Camry equipped with the Smart Key System with Push Button Start
Preparation the Toyota Camry for installation
-Remove the driver’s side under dash, as well as the knee airbag bolts. Move the Airbag aside, but DO NOT DISCONNECT the Airbag connector in order to avoid setting any vehicle codes.
-Remove the driver’s side floor heating duct, in order to access the vehicle IMI & IMO wires easily.
The remote car starter will be installed in a conventional manner even if the car is equipped with the Smart Key “Push-to-Start” system.