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Old 03-19-2011, 07:58 PM   #1
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Question 2010 Tacoma RS3200 plus

Hello Experts, I just bought a 2010 Tacoma access cab base. It did not come with keyless entry and was under the impression that in order to put keyless on it I would have to go aftermarket. After talking with a dealership, they said that it can be done if the RS3200 plus was installed. (part number: pt398-35090.)

Has anyone done this before? I would love to get it if it meant that I could get a factory setup and still have keyless entry. I'm not really interested in the security part of it, just the keyless capability.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:00 PM   #2
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I'm sure for whatever price toyota would want, you could get remote start and keyless entry with several fobs.

I personally have a compustar system. It unlocks all the doors with one press. Starts the engine like a champ! The headlights don't auto-shutoff when I exit the vehicle when using it, but that is something I can deal with for sure. Even fix.

Don't have info on whatever RS3200 you're askin for though, sorry.
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Old 03-19-2011, 10:06 PM   #3
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No need to be sorry, I'm always open to opinions and info on other stuff aswell! especially if they are cheaper :P
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That stock system is crap. All they do is add a shock sensor. I suggest aftermarket from a good shop not Besy Buy.
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:42 AM   #5
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Ha, well I found out the answer to this...You can't do it...I still want a factory unit with the truck though...any suggestions?
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x2 on aftermarket. I know you said that you want a factory system, but the system you want is probably more expensive than some of the basic aftermarket systems out there. Personally, I would just go ahead and get a basic security system while you're at it. Gives peace of mind and you never know when it might prevent your truck from being stolen/broken into.
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Agree about going aftermarket. Why pay $500 for an inferior product versus one that has alot more options. I have seen the factory units periodically on Craigslist that won't even sell for $50.
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I installed the RS3200 Plus OEM alarm in my 2010 Tacoma PreRunner on 03/25/13. It is a lot of work requiring removal of numerous dash parts, pulling and exchanging electrical pins in one electrical connector and routing the long V5 wires/connectors from the drivers side, through the center dash and into the passenger electrical connections. The fit is tight. On the passenger side it states to plug in the V5 grey connector with the truck grey connector but the picture in the manual does not match up and the location where the manual states to do this is an empty spot. It was obvious a change was made by the manufacturer. I found a white 11P connector higher up that did the trick and installed the V5 grey connector to this 11P white connector. After it was all done it worked fine. Nothing had to be spliced or cut. It was all plug-in-play. Installing the RS3200 Plus in the Tacoma requires time and lots of patience.

The most useful tool I found that helped me was a 10mm socket and a light that my mom gave me that you wear on your head. Working with two hands and not having to handle a flashlight was a BIG plus.

After following the directions step-by-step, putting the negative battery cable back on and starting your truck, it will rev for awhile and then go back to normal. It took several hours.

My 2013 Corolla was way easier with half the connectors and length.

I hope this helps.
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