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2006 Toyota Solara Car Security Wiring Diagram

2006 Toyota Solara Alarm Wires

Find the right alarm wire colors, locations, and polarity with this 2006 Toyota Solara alarm wiring diagram. This will help you install your car alarm wiring correctly.

Application Wire Color and Location
Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire (+) White/Red
Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Starter Positive Wire (+) Black/White
Starter Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Second Starter Positive Wire (+) Black/Yellow
Second Starter Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition Positive Wire (+) Red/Black (+) Or Black/Red
Ignition Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Second Ignition Positive Wire (+) Black/Yellow
Second Ignition Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory Positive Wire (+) Blue/Red
Accessory Positive Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness
Key Sense Wire (-) Blue
Key Sense Wire Location Ignition Switch Harness

2006 Toyota Solara Alarm Sensor Wires

Find the right alarm sensor wire colors, locations, and polarity with this 2006 Toyota Solara alarm sensor wire chart. This will help you connect all your car alarm sensors correctly.

Application Wire Color and Location
Parking Light Negative Wire (-) Red
Parking Light Negative Wire Location At Headlight Switch
Parking Light Positive Wire (+) Green
Parking Light Positive Wire Location At Bottom Of Fuse Box, 12-Pin Plug, Pin 8.
Power Door Lock Negative Wire (-) Light Green or Blue/Yellow (When testing the lock and unlock wires, test while turning the key in the drivers door key cylinder.)
Power Door Lock Negative Wire Location At 20-Pin Plug, Driver Kick Panel Type (B).
Power Door Unlock Negative Wire (-) Blue (Requires a Double Pulse). When testing the lock and unlock wires, test while turning the key in the drivers door key cylinder.
Power Door Unlock Negative Wire Location At 20-Pin Plug, Driver Kick Panel Type (B).
Door Trigger Positive Wire (+) The drivers door is a red/green (-) in the drivers kick panel, 17-pin plug, pin 11, the passenger door is in the passenger kick, the wire is in a 12-pin plug, pin 7, on the convertible it is in a 17-pin plug, pin 17. When connecting to an alarm system, use both door trigger wires and diode isolate.
Door Trigger Positive Wire Location In Drivers Kick Panel And Passenger Kick Panel
Dome Light Supervision Wire (-) Green/Red (Requires Relay)
Dome Light Supervision Wire Location At Right Side Of Fuse Box, 12-Pin Plug, Pin 5.
Trunk Release Negative Wire (-) White/Blue Or White (5-Wire). This vehicle is a 5-wire trunk/hatch release system that requires an extra relay. Requires Relay.
Trunk Release Negative Wire Location In Driver Kick Panel, 17-Pin Plug, Pin 3.
Horn Negative Negative Wire (-) Green/Black
Horn Negative Negative Wire Location At Steering Column Harness
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire (-) Black/Orange
Tachometer Wire Negative Wire Location At ECM. The ECM (engine control module) is located behind the glovebox, on the 4-cylinder, the tachometer wire is also located in the data lik connector, pin 9, under the drivers side of the dash.
Brake Light Positive Wire (+) Green/White
Brake Light Positive Wire Location At Switch Above Brake Pedal
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire (-) Disarms With Key sense Wire. The key sense wire will disarm the vehicle without unlocking the doors by applying a (-) negative to this wire during remote starting.
Factory Alarm Disarm Wire Location At Ignition Switch Harness
Factory Anti-Theft Wire (-) Transponder Anti-Theft System, Requires Bypass Module And Extra Ignition Key.
Factory Anti-Theft Wire Location Transponder At Ignition Switch Tumbler.

Feel free to use any 2006 Toyota Solara alarm wiring diagram that is listed here but keep in mind that all information here is provided as is without any warranty of any kind. Use of this 2006 Toyota Solara car alarm wire chart is at your own risk. Always verify all wires, wire colors and connection points before applying any information found here to your 2006 Toyota Solara.

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