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My brain hurts looking at the last diagram.

Hey it's just a picture of a relay Phi. :D
 

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haha...this is why I'm willing to pay for this crap! :lol:

2wicked: I'm prolly gonna go with the passive setup for simplicity. It looks pretty straight fwd



Some pointers I've picked up include;
-use high quality relays (ie. Bosch, Hella)
-use same color wires
-put some thought to switch location

Now can somebody please give me exact wire colors for my 1999 V6 Camry. Bear in mind, I've never used a relay in my life.
 

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Thanks 2wicked, that really helps make the project much less intimidating!!

I'm still hoping somebody can give me exact details about the wires. Also can you elaborate on the connection to the motor side of starter off #30?

BTW- I've got a 1999 V6 Camry
 

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Passive starter kill is not a good idea.

All a thief has to do is jam a screwdriver in your ignition and tap the switch.


I would use a single relay and tie it in with the alarm.

Heres a diagram I drew up:




Starter wire = black/white. On ignition harness.

What you do is clip this wire. Your then left with 2 ends. The end that goes to the ignition switch gets wired to 87a & 85 on the relay. And the other end gets wired to 30 on the relay.

Whenever the alarm is armed, the car won't start.

P.S. You need a spdt (single pole double throw) relay.
 
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