DIY: Remote Start + attach 2 wires to car =Done (OEM fob with run times 15,25,30,45&60min)

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Accessories and Modifications' started by rrg, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. hsnmz

    hsnmz Junior Member

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    I think he is just talking about an option, not the whole thing.
     
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    I really would like to get one.....especially with a rj45 connector ( I have a SG2)
    But I don't have that many posts and live in Europe ....
    I guess I'm SOL?
    Will it help if I tell you my wife is from PA?
     
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    interested. pls email when available at tor.parts at gmail.com
    I also want rj45 connector ( i have sg2 too)

    thanks
     
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    price?


     
  5. rrg

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    No longer making these.

    Look for a db-all remote start module and a specific Prius Toyota Y cable and you can get the same results.
     
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    And what is the CAN code to start the prius? I am interested to integrate to my windows mobile odb2 reader. Can you give me some data about the process? Thanks. (it's a personal reader, not for sale. i'am from mytoyotaprius.com from spain)
     
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    I'm interested in the remote start, are you no longer making the remote start or did you stop making the optional adapter? Please clarify. If the remote start is still available, how much and where to get?
     
  8. rrg

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    I stop building the easy plug via the odbII connector plus the two wire taps setup you see in the first few posts.

    You can do the same thing but you need to buy a DBALL module and a Y cable and have it program to your car year and run time interval.

    Read more: Aftermarket Remote Start w/OEM fob - Video inside. | PriusChat
    or Google to find the following:
    Prius DBALL & TLTH2

    Here is the DBALL:
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    TLTH2 Y odbII Cable for Prius
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    TLTH2 - TLTH2

    Plug and play Toyota/Lexus T-harness for DBALLNothing is easier or faster, with the TLTH2 you can now shave hours off your installation of a remote starter. The easy to use T-harness allows for plug & play installations in certain model Push-to-Start Toyota/Lexus vehicles. Simply plug in the TLTH1 T-harness at the OBD connector and one wire at the vehicle and you're done. It's that easy!! With the help of the config tool available online you can select an RF kit of your choice to enable standalone remote start (RSR). Compatible with DBALLTL2 firmware.

    SKU: TLTH2
    UPC: 09320709089



    FYI-
    Hey I just thought my setup was more elegant and easy.
    I soon discovered the tech support for my home built product to others was more responsibility than I thought it would be.

    Lucky for everyone there is now a pre-built Y cable (above) that does the same thing.
     
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    Hello,

    Where might I get this? I don't want to take it to a shop. I'd like to do it myself. Thanks:)
     
  11. Tommy Johnsen

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    Please help me out!
    I have bought the original remote start V4 pt398-47110
    For my Prius. In Norway we don't have the white 2 pin connector with the green wire and the purple wire. As described in the installation manual. Any ideas on what signal these wires have? I also don't have wires in the connector where you have made the connection.
    I have a 2010 Prius Premium. No alarm. I desperately need help!! I work in a Toyota shop and have full access to to Techstream and Tecdoc.
     
  12. rrg

    rrg Active Member

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    This is a home built device.
    I used an after market non-OEM remote start programmed device.
    This can be purchased on-line, google the following items below.

    All I did was to solder the wires to a odbII connector and remove the unused ones.

    Tommy J. that part number is not related to what I used.
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    :You can do the same thing but you need to buy a DBALL module and a Y cable and have it program to your car year and run time interval.

    Read more: Aftermarket Remote Start w/OEM fob - Video inside. | PriusChat
    or Google to find the following:
    Prius DBALL & TLTH2

    Here is the DBALL:
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    TLTH2 Y odbII Cable for Prius
    [​IMG]

    Read more: http://priuschat.com/threads/diy-remote-start-attach-2-wires-to-car-done-oem-fob-with-run-times-15-25-30-45-60min.120651/page-3#ixzz2yXFpylq6
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