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Old 10-13-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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OEM Remote Start

Does anyone know if Toyota makes an OEM remote start kit for the 2012 Tacoma? Is it plug and play?
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Old 10-13-2012, 06:08 PM   #2
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Nope... There is no factory remote start available I tried..... I have purchased a compustar system with a blade bypass module that will work fine with our trucks.

The shitty part is I am waiting because my installer does not yet have the 2012 wiring schematic and he doesn't want to play around and I don't want him guessing either... He has contacted the company and expects to have in a few weeks.
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He's full of ****. The diagrams are readily available. My remote start (DEI w/ smart start) was done months ago...
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Kevin, what brand of starer is the one in yours?

I'm seriously considering one myself.
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Old 10-13-2012, 10:09 PM   #5
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Viper (DEI) w/ "smart start".
Our v6's warm up so fast I rarely use it but mid winter will be a different story.
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He's full of ****. The diagrams are readily available. My remote start (DEI w/ smart start) was done months ago...
Well if you can show me where to get my hands on it... He has all the info for the bypass but the company that provides him with the diagram here in Canada only has one that says 2010 +, he took the panels off ad checked it out and it is not the same.

I don't want him fucking around and guessing and he doesn't want to either. So until his vendor has the diagram I won't let him do it.
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Viper (DEI) w/ "smart start".
Our v6's warm up so fast I rarely use it but mid winter will be a different story.
I'm thinking about this system for my truck, how are you finding the phone app works? It 's a great idea to be able to start your truck from your phone!
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My dealer is installing a Compustart once I get the funds.
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I'm thinking about this system for my truck, how are you finding the phone app works? It 's a great idea to be able to start your truck from your phone!
It's been a fantastic unit. I had it installed last year in my Ranger, then moved the entire system into the Tacoma. So I've had it a year and a half now. I have to take an employee shuttle to my truck so a 2 or 3 minute warm up is not line of sight and outside of keyfob range. The iPhone (or any smart phone) interface is awesome for this. It works flawlessly and you get a confirmation. The app is very clean. The transmitter I picked was the AM one, its range is crazy, and its not bulky or bling, it's very subtle and looks OE. The DEI w SS is a great unit.
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Thanks everyone. I'll see what my dealer offers in aftermarket.
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dealer would be a massive rip off and sacrifice in features... why not just buy a real unit from a 12-volt guy?
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I'm going to make some calls and see what's available in my area.
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I too will be going viper alarm before winter. They are the best
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just had a viper 5704 installed at bestbuy yesterday. i like it!
How was the best buy installers. Little nervous about bringing it there
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How was the best buy installers. Little nervous about bringing it there
i was too but they did a good job. im super anal about wiring but they did a clean install. and its 100% lifetime warranty on labor and parts!!
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i was too but they did a good job. im super anal about wiring but they did a clean install. and its 100% lifetime warranty on labor and parts!!

Sounds like we are the same. I will have to do some reviews of the one near my house
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Okay now I'm getting pissed if bestbuy has the wiring than my guy here has it because it is owned by best buy... Can anyone lead me to the 2012 wiring schematic? My guy here keeps saying, I sent an email to them... If everyone else has this why the f$&k doesn't my guy here in Canada??
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Okay now I'm getting pissed if bestbuy has the wiring than my guy here has it because it is owned by best buy... Can anyone lead me to the 2012 wiring schematic? My guy here keeps saying, I sent an email to them... If everyone else has this why the f$&k doesn't my guy here in Canada??
dont know, call a bestbuy in america and ask them for a copy
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