INSTALLATION GUIDE Directed Digital Solutions

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INSTALLATION GUIDETL1Designed by Installers for Installers 2019 Directed, Vista CAThis product is intended for installation by a professional installer only! Attempts to install thisproduct by a person other than a trained professional may result in severe damage to a vehicle’selectrical system and components.2019-01-28Directed DigitalSolutions

ContentsWarning! Safety first. 3Introduction. 4Pre-installation and application warnings. 4Vehicle application guide. 5OEM Remote Starter Detection. 6Wiring connections. 7Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connector. 7Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black connector. 7Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connector. 8MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional). 8Installation (wiring diagrams & vehicle wiring reference charts). 9Type 1 with T-Harness (THTLC12/THTO12C). 9Type 1. 10Type 2 with T-Harness (THTLC12/THTO12C). 12Type 2. 13Type 3 with T-Harness (THTLC12/THTO12C). 15Type 3. 16Type 4 with T-Harness (THTLC12/THTO12C). 18Type 4. 19Connecting the module. 21Important!. 21Manual or automatic transmission selection. 21Optional sensors. 21RF Systems. 22When used in conjunction with SmartStart. 22Module programming. 23LED diagnostics and troubleshooting. 24Soft reset. 26Hard reset. 26Learning the Tach (not needed with Virtual Tach). 27Initializing Virtual Tach (not needed with hardwired or data tach applications). 27Limited lifetime consumer warranty. 28Quick Reference Guide. 29

Warning! Safety first The The following safety warnings must be observed at all times:Due to the complexity of this system, installation of this product must only be performed by an authorized Directed dealer.When properly installed, this system can start the vehicle via a command signal from the remote control. Therefore, neveroperate the system in an area that does not have adequate ventilation.following precautions are the sole responsibility of the user; however, authorized Directed dealers should:Never use a test light or logic probe when installing this unit. Always use a multimeter.Never operate the system in an enclosed or partially enclosed area without ventilation (such as a garage).When parking in an enclosed or partially enclosed area or when having the vehicle serviced, the remote start system mustbe disabled using the installed toggle switch. It is the user’s sole responsibility to properly handle and keep out of reach fromchildren all remote controls to assure that the system does not unintentionally remote start the vehicle.USER MUST INSTALL A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IN OR ABOUT THE LIVING AREA ADJACENT TO THE VEHICLE.ALL DOORS LEADING FROM ADJACENT LIVING AREAS TO THE ENCLOSED OR PARTIALLY ENCLOSED VEHICLESTORAGE AREA MUST REMAIN CLOSED AT ALL TIMES.Use of this product in a manner contrary to its intended mode of operation may result in property damage, personal injury, ordeath. Except when performing the Safety Check outlined in this installation guide, (1) Never remotely start the vehicle withthe vehicle in gear, and (2) Never remotely start the vehicle with the keys in the ignition. The user is responsible for having theneutral safety feature of the vehicle periodically checked, wherein the vehicle must not remotely start while the car is in gear.This testing should be performed by an authorized Directed dealer in accordance with the Safety Check outlined in this productinstallation guide. If the vehicle starts in gear, cease remote start operation immediately and consult with the user to fix the problemimmediately.OPERATION OF THE REMOTE START MODULE IF THE VEHICLE STARTS IN GEAR IS CONTRARY TO ITS INTENDED MODE OFOPERATION. OPERATING THE REMOTE START SYSTEM UNDER THESE CONDITIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGEOR PERSONAL INJURY. IMMEDIATELY CEASE THE USE OF THE UNIT AND REPAIR OR DISCONNECT THE INSTALLED REMOTESTART MODULE. DIRECTED WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE OR PAY FOR INSTALLATION OR REINSTALLATION COSTS.Remote starters for manual transmission pose significant risks if not properly installed and operated. When testing to ensure theinstallation is working properly, only remote start the vehicle in neutral gear, on a flat surface and with a functional, fully engagedparking brake. Do not allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the vehicle.This product should not be installed in any convertible vehicles, soft or hard top with a manual transmission. Installation in suchvehicles may pose certain risk.3Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

IntroductionThe TL1 firmware for Directed Digital Solutions is compatible with specific Lexus and Toyota vehicles. It isa complete solution for remote start, security (if applicable), bypass interface, and convenience. This guideprovides information on the installation of the module using TL1. If you would prefer using this system as a digitalsolution, go to www.directechs.com and search for the make, model and year of the vehicle. This will allowyou to find the proper firmware and corresponding installation guide.Warning! This module can only be programmed via the web tool, which can be found on www.directechs.com or using theDirectechs Mobile application for mobile devices. Features and functions will become accessible when you connect the moduleusing the XKLoader.Pre-installation and application warningsFirmware notes: This section highlights important information for this specific firmware and will assist inpricing accordingly, as well as bringing awareness to any operational or vehicle limitations.T-HarnesscompatibleTHTLC12/THTO12CKeys required forprogramming1Keys required foroperation0No takeover feature is available on Push-to-Start vehicles. The vehicle will shut down as soon as a door is opened.To remote start the engine, the hood, hatch, and all doors must be closed.Keyless and Smart Key will remain functional during remote start.The optional Plug & Play THTLC12/THTO12C T-Harness is sold separately.The OBDII Diagnostic Connector features will remain the same even when the T-Harness is installed.Unless specified otherwise, all connectors are displayed from the wire side, with the exception of the OBDII diagnosticconnector. Refer to the "Vehicle wiring reference chart" following each installation type. General notes: This section highlights important information for this specific firmware.[1][2][3][4]The siren is ONLY required when enabling the security features during module flashing.The installation of an aftermarket hood pin is ONLY required on vehicles that are NOT equipped with a factory hood pin.Connection required ONLY if vehicle is equipped with Autolights.Connection required ONLY if Pit Stop/Idle mode is desired.Additional parts required (maximum required):876A0 xDiode1A Diodes8687a8530Resistor 100Ω0 x ResistorFuse 7.5A0 x Fuse0 x Relay4Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Vehicle application guideRS-3x LOCK START (Start control using OEM Remote)RS-Accessory ActivationRS-Ignition ActivationRS-SmartStartRS-Start (Crank) ActivationRS-Tach / RPM OutputSS-Entry Monitoring ALL Door PinsSS-Entry Monitoring Hood PinSS-Entry Monitoring Trunk/Hatch PinSS-Factory Alarm Trigger MonitoringST-Brake Status (foot brake)ST-E-Brake StatusST-Ignition Status DL-Hatch Glass ReleaseDL-Trunk / Hatch Release44DL-Driver Priority Unlock30733DL-Door Unlock30833DL-Door Lock Control309331442DL-Disarm Factory Security20073 3 313 12 11 103 33 31 1 1 14 4 4 44 4 4 42 2 2DL-Arm Factory Security200820112009Camry (Smart Key)Camry HybridCorolla (Smart Key)Highlander (Smart Key)Highlander HybridRAV4 (Smart Key)2010LexusES 350 (Smart Key)20122013VehiclesPK-Immobilizer Bypass-Data No Key Req'dThe following table lists the vehicles and features which are compatible with this product. The number assigned to each yearallows you to determine which installation type should be used for your vehicle. Legend:PK: Transponder & Immobilizer OverrideDL: OE Door Lock & Alarm ControlsRS: Remote Start & Engine ControlsSS: Integrated Security & MonitoringST: Function/Feature Status5Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

OEM Remote Starter Detection How to Know if the vehicle is Equipped with an OEM Remote Starter1. An “ENGINE STARTER”sticker should be on the remote.2. Remote start the OEM remote starter:Press the remote control’s lock button twice within 2 seconds,then press and hold the lock button for 3 seconds.x2 &ENGINESTARTERPress & Holdfor 3 secondsThe parking lights flash after 3 seconds. The engine startsand the parking lights flash repeatedly for 20 seconds. If the vehicle is equipped with an Add-On Lexus/Toyota OEM Remote Starter:The factory remote starter must be permanently disconnected before programming the Directed interface as both modulescannot coexist. See locating the OEM Remote below.Locating the OEM Remote StarterVehicleOEM Remote Starter & Connector LocationToyota Camry (Smart Key) 2007-2011Behind Glove Box & Passenger kick panel.Toyota Camry Hybrid (Smart Key) 2007-2011Behind Glove Box & Passenger kick panel.Toyota Corolla (Smart Key) 2009-2013Behind Glove Box & Passenger kick panel & Junction Box & Steering column.Toyota Highlander (Smart Key) 2008-2013Behind Glove Box & Passenger kick panel.Toyota Highlander Hybrid (Smart Key) 2008-2013Behind Glove Box & Passenger kick panel.Toyota Rav4 (Smart Key) 2009-2012Behind Glove Box & Junction Box.6Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Wiring connectionsThe wiring connections listed below are specific to this firmware.Main power harness (H1), 12-pin thick gauge connectorConn./PinColorDescriptionH1/1WhiteRelay 3 COM – Clutch Bypass OutputH1/2White/BrownRelay 3 N.O. – Clutch Bypass InputH1/3Brown/RedRelay 2 N.O. – No ConnectionH1/4Yellow/RedRelay 2 COM– Autolight Interrupt (vehicle side)H1/5Orange/RedRelay 2 N.C. – Autolight Interrupt (conn. side)H1/6YellowRelay 1 COM – ( ) STSW (Start Stop Switch Output) 1H1/7WhiteRelay 3 COM – Clutch Bypass OutputH1/8White/BrownRelay 3 N.O. – Clutch Bypass InputH1/9Black(-) GroundH1/10Red( ) 12 Volt InputH1/11Orange/YellowRelay 1 N.C. – No ConnectionH1/12BrownRelay 1 N.O. – ( ) 12V Input 111111Auxiliary output harness (H2), 16-pin black No ConnectionH2/2Yellow/BlackNo ConnectionH2/3Orange/BlackNo ConnectionH2/4TanHS CAN LowH2/5Tan/BlackHS CAN HighH2/6Light GreenNo ConnectionH2/7Orange/GreenNo ConnectionH2/8Orange/BrownNo ConnectionH2/9Violet/GreenNo ConnectionH2/10Green/Black(-) Parking Lights Output 2H2/11White/VioletNo Connection2H2/12White/RedNo Connection2H2/13Lt. Blue/Black(-) Push-to-Start (PTS) Output 2H2/14Green/RedNo ConnectionH2/15N/ANo ConnectionH2/16Violet/YellowNo Connection1.2.72If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed.If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are low current and a relaymay be necessary.Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Analog harness (H3), 18-pin white connectorConn./PinColorDescriptionH3/1Lt. Blue/RedNo ConnectionH3/2Black/White(-) Parking Brake Input (manual transmission)H3/3Gray(-) Hood InputH3/4N/ANo ConnectionH3/5Gray/Black( ) Glow Plug InputH3/6Violet/White(AC) Tach Input2H3/7Dark BlueNo Connection1H3/8Brown/Black(-) HornH3/9Red/WhiteNo ConnectionH3/10White/Green(-) Door InputH3/11Yellow/Green( ) Door InputH3/12Blue/RedNo ConnectionH3/13Light Blue(-) Trunk Trigger Input22211222H3/14Pink/Yellow(-) Activation (start) InputH3/15Dark GreenNo ConnectionH3/16Brown/White( ) Brake InputH3/17Brown( ) Siren Output 1H3/18Blue/White(-) Ground When Running (status) Output121MC501 harness (H4), 8 thick-gauge wires (optional)Conn./PinColorDescriptionH4/1Pink/White( ) Ignition 2/Flex Relay Output3H4/2Red/White( ) Fused (30A) Ignition 2/Flex Relay InputH4/3Pink( ) Ignition Output (also input to Yellow in ribbon cable)H4/4Red( ) 12 Volt (battery) InputH4/5Orange( ) Accessory OutputH4/6Red( ) 12 Volt (battery) InputH4/7GreenStarter Input (from key switch)H4/8Violet( ) Starter Output (to starter)1.2.84If these outputs are not used by the firmware, they can be configured by the installer when the module is flashed. Note that they are low current and a relaymay be necessary.These connections are only required if the corresponding statuses are not supported by the firmware. See "Vehicle application guide" on page 5 for alist of compatible features.Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Installation (wiring diagrams & vehicle wiring reference charts)Wiring1 withdiagramwith TO12C)Refer to "Pre-installation and application warnings" on page 4 for important information, such as the description of special notes referenced in the diagram (PTS Switch(black conn.behind PTS button)Headlight Switch(white conn.at headlight switch)ENGINESTARTSTOP10 9876 54327112114 13 12 11 10 9820 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 1165 43(-) Push-To-Start:White, pin 7OBDII Diagnostic Connector(-) Parking Lights Output: Lt. Green/WhiteNo Connection: Orange/Red( ) Start Stop Switch Output: Yellow( ) STSW: Pin 415 168916THTLC12/THTO12C(optional T-Harness)17 18 198 9 10 11 12 13 141 2 3 41(-) Push-to-Start Output: Lt. Green/BlackNo Connection: Yellow/Red(-) Parking Lights: Brown or White, pin 18).16-pin BlackConnector5 6 7Main Body ECU(white conn.under drivers dash)2-pin BlackConnectorRemote Start SafetyOverride SwitchThe Remote StartSafety OverrideSwitch MUST be inthe ON position.Hood Pin(-) Hood Input: Gray: 312-pin WhiteConnector( ) Siren Output: Brown: 17Siren9Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Wiring1 diagramTypeRefer to "Pre-installation and application warnings" on page 4 for important information, such as the description of special notes referenced in the diagram (HS CAN High:Lt. Green or Black, pin 6Headlight Switch(white conn.at headlight switch)18916HS CAN Low:White, pin 1410 9876 5432Dash Fuse Box(white conn.)( ) 12V: Whiteor Black, pin 11HS CAN Low: Tan: 4120 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11HS CAN High: Tan/Black: 5(-) Parking Lights: Brownor White, pin 18(-) Parking Lights Output: Green/Black: 10(-) Push-to-Start Output: Lt.Blue/Black: 13(-) Push-To-Start:White, pin 7ENGINESTARTSTOPDiagnosticConnectorOBDII).712114 13 12 11 10 9865 43Hood Pin(-) Hood Input: Gray: 3PTS Switch(black conn.behind PTS button)Remote Start SafetyOverride SwitchThe Remote StartSafety OverrideSwitch MUST be inthe ON position.12: Brown: ( )12V Input10: Red: ( ) 12V Input9: Black: (-) Ground( ) Siren Output: Brown: 17Siren6: Yellow: ( ) Start Stop Switch Output( ) STSW: Pin 415 1617 18 198 9 10 11 12 13 141 2 3 45 6 7Main Body ECU(white conn.under drivers dash)10Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Vehicle wiring reference chartThis section provides vehicle wiring information to guide you through the various stages of your installation. Refer towww.directechs.com for additional information.Wire InformationFunctionColorConnector InformationPinPolarityLocationColorPinsRef.AToyota Corolla (Smart Key) 2009-201312VWhite or Black1( )Dash fuse box.White1STSWBlack or White4( )Main body ECU.White19BPush-to-StartWhite7(-)PTS switch.Black14CHS CAN HighLt. Green6DataOBDII.White16DHS CAN LowWhite14DataOBDII.White16DParking LightsBrown or White18(-)Headlight switch.White20E11Directed Digital Solutions TL1 2019-01-28 Directed. All rights reserved.

Type2 arness (THTLC12/THTO12C)Refer to "Pre-installation and application warnings" on page 4 for important information, such as the description of special notes referenced in the diagram (PTS Switch(black conn.behind PTS button)Headlight Switch(white conn.at headlight switch)ENGINESTARTSTOP10 9876 54327112114 13 12 11 10 9820 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11(-) AutoLights:Green, pin 1965 43(-) Push-To-Start:White, pin 7(-) Parking Lights: Brown or White, pin 18OBDII Diagnostic Connector(-) Autolight Interrupt: Yellow/RedCUT( ) Start Stop Switch Output: Yellow( ) STSW: Pin 48916THTLC12/THTO12C(optional T-Harness)17 18 198 9 10 11 12 13 141 2 3 41(-) Push-to-Start Output: Lt. Green/Black(-) Parking Lights Output: Lt. Green/White(-) Autolight Interrupt: Orange/Red15 16).16-pin BlackConnector5 6 7Main Body ECU(white conn.under drivers dash)2-pin BlackConnectorRemote Start Safety

OEM Remote Starter Detection How to Know if the vehicle is Equipped with an OEM Remote Starter 1. An “ENGINE STARTER” sticker should be on the remote. ENGINE STARTER 2. Remote start the OEM remote starter: Press the remote control’s lock button twice within 2 seconds, then press and hold the lock button for 3 seconds. x2 & Press & Hold .

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