Below is the vehicle specific wiring diagram for a remote start, security system and keyless entry install in a 1999-2004 Honda Odyssey. This information is for guidance purposes only. We recommend that a certified tech install the system. Make sure all connections are good and use necessary tools.
|Item||Wire Color||Polarity||Wire Location|
|12V||white||Positive (+)||ignition harness|
|Starter||black/white||Positive (+)||ignition harness|
|Ignition||black/yellow||Positive (+)||ignition harness|
|2nd Ignition||yellow||Positive (+)||ignition harness|
|Accessory||white/black||Positive (+)||ignition harness|
|Tachometer||blue||above the brake master |
|Power Door (Lock) for|
[Negative (-)] Door Lock
|black/white||Negative (-)||green 6-pin plug |
|Power Door (Unlock) for|
[Negative (-)] Door Unlock
|green/red||Negative (-)||green 6-pin plug |
|Door Trigger||black/white||Negative (-)||domelight on/off switch|
|Dome Supervision for|
[Negative (-)] Dome
|lt. green||Negative (-)||domelight on/off switch|
|Headlights||blue/red||Negative (-)||steering column|
|Parklight Positive||red/black||Positive (+)||10-pin plug |
|Wipers||blue and blue/yellow||Negative (-)||steering column|
|Left Front Window|
|red/blu – red/yel||drivers window motor|
|Right Front Window|
|blu/wht – blu/yel||RF window switch|
|Left Rear Window|
|grn/red – grn/yel||A||LR window switch|
|Right Rear Window|
|red/blu – red/yel||A||RR window switch|
|Trunk/Hatch Pin||tied in with door|
|Hood Pin||yellow/red||Negative (-)||right of steering column|
|Trunk/Hatch Release for|
|blue||Negative (-)||DDM in driver door|
|Horn||lt. green/blue||Negative (-)||steering column|
|Brake||white/black||Positive (+)||brake pedal switch|
|white/red||green 10-pin plug |
|lt. green/red||green 10-pin plug |
|Disarm||lt. green/red||green 14-pin plug |
|Disarm No Unlock||none|
|This vehicle has an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed when adding remote start.  The plug is located at the bottom of the fuse box.  In a 2-pin test connector.  The PCM is located in the center console. The speed sense is located in a 32-pin plug.|
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