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#86 of 120 Remote Start Question
Nov 15, 2008 (9:13 am)
Just a quick thanks for having an awesome board like this, that the average person could go to to get answers.
I just purchases a 2009 Toyota Camry SE, that came with a manufacturer installed alarm system.
My question is, what would be the best (quality,affordability) Remote Start System to install?
And also is it possible to have the remote starte installed in the Key that came with the car (which only has buttons for lock, unlock, trunk and panic) instead of having those big clumpy remotes attached to the key.
i.e. Like is it possible to put it in the door unlock function button that when you unlock the doors then hold it down for five seconds the car starts....
Thanks in advance for your help... the board is great!
#87 of 120 camry keyless entry
Nov 23, 2008 (1:02 pm)
I have a 2001 camry without keyless entry, Any idea to install keyless entry, not after market.
#88 of 120 Re: Security System [geffen]
Dec 05, 2008 (6:37 pm)
I have a camry LE of the same year, and mine is equipped with an engine immoblizer system. I was told at the dealer that is was a standard feature on the camry, and has been since 2002.
#89 of 120 Both of my keyless entry keys do not work...
Dec 22, 2008 (2:56 am)
Both of my keyless entry keys do not work on my Camry LE 2007. It just happened recently. I push the lock button and the lights flash on the Camry. Here are the problems:
1. Both keys cannot open the car locks or trunk.
2. Both keys cannot lock the car, but the hazard light flash.
3. When I try to lock or unlock the locks via the button on the driver/passenger side it does not work.
What is the problem? Electrical?
It just happened.
#90 of 120 Re: Both of my keyless entry keys do not work... [CSURam]
Dec 22, 2008 (6:07 am)
You'll need to take it to the dealership. Suspect the programming for the keys somehow got whacked up, but it could be a problem with the computer itself. They won't know until they try to reprogram your keys. Take ALL of the three original keys to the dealership (2 w/key fobs, 1 without fob), plus any others if you purchased them after the sale.
There are two programming connections that have to be made with the keys. Each key has an immobolizer chip in it, which the computer needs to be told which immobolizer chips should be allowed to start the vehicle. For the keys with the integrated keyfob, the computer then needs to be programmed to accept those wireless signals.
#91 of 120 Installed remote starter and GBS for camry se 09.
Apr 06, 2009 (7:22 am)
Has anyone installed these by yourself and made it work. I installed the remote stater first and it was working fine when i tried but it stopped after i drove the car around the block. I also installed the GBS for the car and neither are working. Please help!
#92 of 120 does remote starter override engine immobilizer in09 camry
Apr 08, 2009 (6:58 am)
My wife just bought a 2009 LE with a dealer installed remote starter. I have received contradictory information from their service people about the remote starter overriding the engine immobilizer and therefor negating the insurance discount that comes with it. It would seem to me that the remote starter would not cancel the immobilizer function as this would be counter productive. The remote starter was a weekend throw in promotion so we didn't have to pay for it- just ask at the end of negotiatons. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
#94 of 120 Re: does remote starter override engine immobilizer in09 camry [bjosephs]
Jun 11, 2009 (6:05 am)
first, i have to know the remote starter installed in the car. what is the brand.
also the engine immobiliser bypass system should not have been shut down. what i use is the integration units. i do not shut it down, only bypass it during the start cycle. what is done is that i use a module that learns the immobiliser code and incorporates it to the remote starter. it can only be activated with the remote starter during the start cycle, and cannot be triggered by an out side source. as always though the quality of the installations by most shops is not of the highest quality. i have the luxury of working at a dealership that affords me to take the time to do a precise and neat installation on all vehicles that i work on.
#95 of 120 96 Camry keyless & remote start wire problems
Sep 21, 2009 (5:26 pm)
By using wiring diagrams provided by UNGO and a cheat-sheet for the Camry, I properly connected all the wires. However, both lock and unlock buttons on the keychain lock the car. Even when I turn the ignition off or on, the doors lock. Will I need a diode/resistor for the unlock wire? If so, which one?
Also, where is the tach wire (color & specific location)? The diagram says it's black and behind the driver's strut tower. However, I only found a black w/ a white striped wire. It's not allowing my autostart to keep the car running and the diagnostic light says there's no tach signal. Any help would be appreciated.