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RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm #19065 Jul 15, 7:05pm Jul 15, 7:05pm
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RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm
RS300 Passive Arm / Disarm

When the RS3200 is programmed to Passively Arm, the system will arm after the ignition key is removed and all doors and the trunk or hatch are closed; you do not need to lock the doors. When you come back to your vehicle and open a door, you must insert the key into the ignition switch and turn it to "ON" during the Entry Delay (0, 15, or 30 seconds), or an alarm will be triggered. If you lock the doors, regular arming will override Passive Arming; there will be no entry delay.
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Passive Arming On/Off Selection, Entry Delay Time Selection

The RS3200 is factory-set to not Passively Arm. to change the system's operation for Passive Arming operation, as well as adjust the Entry Delay time, follow the procedure below. (Start procedure sitting in driver's seat.)
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1. Before you begin:
Close all the doors, and the trunk or hatch.
Unlock all the doors with the inside lock switch.
Remove the key from the ignition switch
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2. Start the Programming Procedure. (Complete all steps within 30 seconds)
a. Using the remote control, lock, then unlock, the doors 3 times.
b. Open the driver's door.
c. Lock, then unlock the driver's door handle lock button 3 times.
d. The system lock the door in 2 seconds; if this does not happen, start over.
e. Unlock the driver's door handle lock button.
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3. Select the Operating Mode & Complete the Programming Procedure.
a. Close, then Open the door:

2 times = Passive Arming OFF

3 times = Passive Arming ON,
0 sec Entry Delay

4 times = Passive Arming ON,
15 sec Entry Delay

5 times = Passive Arming ON,
30 sec Entry Delay

b. Lock then unlock the driver's door handle lock button 1 time.
c. The system locks the door in 2 seconds; if this does not happen, start over.
d. If the system successfully locks the door, programming is now complete

Source...
http://www.celica.net/techarticle9.asp

Re: RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm [Re: isaac] #19066 Apr 6, 12:38pm Apr 6, 12:38pm
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Hey do you have the wiring diagram for an '01 Celica GT (Remote start)?

Re: RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm [Re: celicachic] #19067 Sep 14, 8:51am Sep 14, 8:51am
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Do you have the programming codes for the TDS alarm that came with my car

Re: RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm [Re: isaac] #19068 Sep 16, 10:51am Sep 16, 10:51am
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When everyone purchased a celica... did your car come with a keyless entry? Mine sure as hell didn't and I dont feel like paying $300 dollars for onw either.

Re: RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm [Re: sk8ndoc] #19069 Sep 17, 10:25am Sep 17, 10:25am
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I found the solution to my problem...Audiovox manufactured my alarm that was factory installed by Toyota...the Prestige line. They could not give me the programming codes, so I went back to the dealership. I have copies of the programming codes if anybody is interested.

It only works on the systems installed in 1999, on my Sienna, to about 2002, which my Celica falls in this year range. The remote is a 3 button boomarang shape, imprinted with TDS on it, with red, black and green buttons.

If interested...e-mail me at [email]sk8ndoc@hotmail.com.[/email]

Re: RS3200 - Passive Arm/Disarm [Re: isaac] #19070 Jan 12, 7:42pm Jan 12, 7:42pm
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WIRING INFORMATION 2000 Toyota Celica
WIRE WIRE COLOR LOCATION
12V CONSTANT WIRE WHITE or BLACK/RED Ignition Harness
12V IGNITION WIRE BLACK/ORANGE Ignition Harness
When doing remote start system, the BLACK/ORANGE 12V Ignition wire must be isolated from the ignition switch using a relay.
SECOND IGNITION WIRE BLUE/RED (Thicker) Ignition Harness
12V ACCESSORY WIRE GRAY Ignition Harness
STARTER WIRE BLACK/WHITE Ignition Harness
PARKING LIGHTS LT.GREEN Harness At Steering Column
POWER DOOR LOCK (-) BROWN Harness In Passenger Kick Or At Body
Control Module Right Of Radio Behind
Dash
POWER DOOR UNLOCK (-) YELLOW/BLACK Harness In Passenger Kick Or At Body
Control Module Right Of Radio Behind
Dash
DRIVER DOOR TRIGGER (-) RED/YELLOW Driver Door Pin Switch
PASSENGER DOOR TRIGGER (-) RED Passenger Door Pin Switch
TRUNK TRIGGER (-) LT.GREEN At Light In Trunk Or At Body Control
Module Right Of Radio Behind Dash
FACTORY ALARM ARM Arms with lock
FACTORY ALARM DISARM Disarms with unlock
FACTORY ALARM DISARM NO UNLOCK
(-)
YELLOW (key-sense wire) Ignition Harness
TACHOMETER WIRE BROWN/WHITE Behind Instrument Cluster
BRAKE WIRE (+) GREEN/WHITE Harness At Brake Pedal Switch
HORN TRIGGER (-) BLUE/BLACK Harness At Steering Column Or At Body
Control Module Right Of Radio Behind
Dash
LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP RED At Driver Window Motor Inside Door
LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN GREEN At Driver Window Motor Inside Door
RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP RED/BLUE Harness In Drivers Kick From Driver Door
RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN GREEN/WHITE Harness In Drivers Kick From Driver Door
NOTE:
- This vehicle is equipped with an Immobilizer. This must be bypassed when installing a remote start

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