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Evo One bypass settings for DEI DSM250?

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Hi -

An Evo One is installed on a 2014 Tundra, and being used for remote start (3x lock), works great, awesome product!  A DEI DSM250 is being installed as an extenstion onto the Evo One, and we would like to confirm the proper settings via the flash loader.

This is what we believe needs to be set on the Evo One...

Flash Loader - Bi-Pass Settings (?):

#20 - GPS / I/O  (the DSM250 is GPS enabled where as the DSM200 is only "RemoteStart")

#21 - D2D

#23 Supported RF Kits Available - select #4 (DEI Smart Start)

 

Flash Loader - Remote Start Settings (?):

It doesn't appear I need to change any of the functions 1-39?

 

Thanks in advance
asked Dec 5, 2014 in Toyota by Russell Fick (580 points)

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Hi Russell,

You may want to visit this page : https://fortin.ca/en/technology/rf_kits.html

 

There is a step-by-step pdf of how to setup the EVO-ONE with the SmartStart. From the options you gave, I think you may have been lookin in the wrong place.

Feel free too call, we are available until 8pm EST tonight : 1-877-336-7797
answered Dec 5, 2014 by Robert T (279,340 points)
selected Dec 8, 2014 by Russell Fick
I found a set of EVO-ALL cables for $20 on ebay.  So much for this being a plug and play installation, at least with parts supplied.  The documentation shouldn't refer to included cables when they aren't included. This is misleading, especially when you study the documentation before purchase and believe you have everything you need to make it work, but you don't!

Thanks for answering my questions.  Can you please do what you can to get the documentation corrected? :)
I ended up sourcing one off eBay like the following -http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-iDatalink-Flashlogic-DBI-serial-cable-for-D2D-Prestige-Code-Alarm-Pursuit-/261387534717?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3cdbe9417d&vxp=mtr

You will splice this into the DEI supplied plug, and yes you do have to change the order of the wires.

Thanks for that link Russell !

 

Thanks for answering my questions.  Can you please do what you can to get the documentation corrected? :)

Yes 100%!

With the plug going into the Evo, looking with the yellow cut loop on your right, the color order from left to right was white, blue, black, red.  I believe the colors from the DEI are slightly different, but close.  

[DEI] -> Evo(bought plug)

white->white

green->blue

black->black and

red->red

This is all based on memory from mid-December.  I worked with Robert T (here) to get it all squared away, so he can also chime in.

[DEI] -> Evo(bought plug)
white->white
green->blue
black->black
red->red

This sounds right.

 

And Scott B., just call tech support when you have the parts. We're open monday-friday 8am-8pm, and saturday 9am-pm. 1-877-336-7797

 

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