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Request for updated install instructions - US 2015-2019 Ford Transit 150, 250, 350

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There is a 3rd party selling a prewired 3x factory remote start based on the Evo-All so it would seem that the Evo-All can be wired as a stand alone (can-bus) remote start but there are no instructions for this application / US version of the Ford Transit.

See link:

https://www.amazon.com/Start-X-Remote-Starter-2015-2019-Transit/dp/B07PM8ZVNJ

Install Video:

https://d2y5sgsy8bbmb8.cloudfront.net/f71daf72-8800-4c9c-8e09-2963fdbb1b99/default.jobtemplate.mp4.480.mp4

In the installation video (2m37s) the Evo green wire (door status?) is connected to the vehicle Purple/Green described as the vehicle lock wire.  Can this connection be explained? 

Also, if this is workable what would be the external trigger wire (ground to start/stop)? 

For the Evo-All and Thar-For1 T harness would the following be correct?:

Yellow/Black from T harness to [A1] Yellow  on 20 Pin connector
Connect [C4] Can Low Grey/Black to Can Low on OBD II
Connect [C3] Can High Grey to Can High on OBD II
Ground Black from T harness

Looking for instructions on any other connection needed ie. lock wire (&diode) and external trigger

 

 

 

 

asked Jan 28 in Ford by Geoff MacKenzie (130 points)

2 Answers

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Contact whoever is selling it.

 

We do not list 3x lock or have a stand alone guide.
answered Jan 28 by Derek (190,460 points)
Thank you for the answer.

When the firmware is configured as Stand Alone is the [A13] yellow/black programmed to be an external ground to start/stop trigger?

What should the voltage be on external trigger wire?
yellow/black is a negative trigger input. It's at reset voltage is irrelevent.
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There is two parts to that install, not just the evo-all.

 

I'm assuming that....

The green wire mentionned in that video is not part of the evo, it's part of the second device. That 2nd device, is connected to the (+) door lock motor signal. It converts 3 (+) pulses into a single negative pulse. He then uses that negative signal to trigger the evo-all from it's external trigger input.
answered Jan 28 by Robb (240,740 points)
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