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2009 Fit Alarm Diagram

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2009 Fit Alarm Diagram

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I've been searching for a specific 2009 Honda Fit Sport Alarm wiring diagram... I hope this is correct, because I'm going to try using this diagram with my alarm... can anyone confirm? Thanks, Sam


PRINTABLE VERSION HONDA MODEL YEAR(S) FIT 2009 - KEY T-HARNESS IMMOBILIZER N/A N/A Transponder Anti-theft requires 791 and extra ignition key (SOME MODELS) PART COLOR LOCATION DIAGRAM 12 VOLT CONSTANT WHITE (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS STARTER PINK (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS STARTER 2 N/A N/A IGNITION 1 YELLOW (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS IGNITION 2 N/A N/A IGNITION 3 N/A N/A ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 1 ORANGE (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS ACCESSORY/HEATER BLOWER 2 RED (+) @ IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS KEYSENSE GRAY (-) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS PARKING LIGHTS ( - ) GRAY (-) (REQUIRES #775 RELAY) @ HEADLIGHT Switch PARKING LIGHTS ( + ) GRAY (+) AT FUSE BOX , LARGE BOTTOM PLUG POWER LOCK LIGHT BLUE (-) (TYPE B) AT FUSE BOX BOTTOM LEFT PLUG POWER UNLOCK GRAY (-) TYPE (B) AT FUSE BOX BOTTOM LEFT PLUG LOCK MOTOR WIRE N/A N/A DOOR TRIGGER BLUE (-) AT FUSE BOX LARGE BOTTOM PLUG DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION BLUE (-) AT FUSE BOX GREEN PLUG TRUNK RELEASE N/A N/A SLIDING POWER DOOR N/A N/A HORN ORANGE (-) AT STEERING COLUMN HARNESS TACH N/A N/A WAIT TO START LIGHT N/A N/A BRAKE LIGHT GREEN (+) AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL FACTORY ALARM DISARM PURPLE (-) AT FUSE BOX BOTTOM LEFT GREEN PLUG ANTI-THEFT TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT AT IGNITION TUMBLER NOTES LINK 1 LINK TEXT 1 LINK 2 LINK TEXT 2 EXTRA INFORMATION
 

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I couldn't tell you off the top of my head if that's correct, but I can get it for you when I'm at work tomorrow. I'll email it to myself and PM you when I'm home.

EDIT: I need it myself, actually, as my mom just bought a GE8 two days ago. I'll be putting in a basic alarm for her in the next week or so.
 
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Just wondering if anyone was able to confirm this diagram? Thanks
 
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same here can anybody confirm? thanks
 
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ALWAYS TEST YOUR CONNECTIONS WITH A DMM, MYSELF AND FITFREAK ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR CAR.



12 Volts, white (50A), ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 3

Starter, Pink, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 1

Ignition, yellow, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug pin 6

Accessory, orange, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 4

2nd Accessory, red, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 5

Power lock, light blue, (-) dash fuse box, light green 12 pin plug,pin 8

Power unlock, gray, (-) dash fuse box, light green 12 pin plug, pin 1

Parking lights, gray, (-) headlight switch, black/white 12 pin plug, pin 11

Parking lights, gray, (+) dash fuse box, green/white 49 pin plug, pin 42

Ok, the door triggers are all separate so just use the dome supervision..

Dome supervision, blue, (-) dash fuse box, light green 8 pin plug, pin 7

That should be enough info to get in a basic alarm and keyless. if you guys need anything else just ask.

...I should also add that this info is for 09-11 ONLY. 07-08 is different, and I'm not sure about 12
 

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Originally Posted by 2slo View Post
ALWAYS TEST YOUR CONNECTIONS WITH A DMM, MYSELF AND FITFREAK ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR CAR.



12 Volts, white (50A), ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 3

Starter, Pink, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 1

Ignition, yellow, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug pin 6

Accessory, orange, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 4

2nd Accessory, red, ignition switch, brown 7 pin plug, pin 5

Power lock, light blue, (-) dash fuse box, light green 12 pin plug,pin 8

Power unlock, gray, (-) dash fuse box, light green 12 pin plug, pin 1

Parking lights, gray, (-) headlight switch, black/white 12 pin plug, pin 11

Parking lights, gray, (+) dash fuse box, green/white 49 pin plug, pin 42

Ok, the door triggers are all separate so just use the dome supervision..

Dome supervision, blue, (-) dash fuse box, light green 8 pin plug, pin 7

That should be enough info to get in a basic alarm and keyless. if you guys need anything else just ask.

...I should also add that this info is for 09-11 ONLY. 07-08 is different, and I'm not sure about 12
thanks a bunch! one question though about the door triggers; i think from what i read there's 4 different wires, one for each door? can you just connnect all four to the one input on the alarm? i read somewhere about using diodes?

i've done a few successful alarm installs on a few cars of mine but i won't pretend to know much at all about this so any tips are greatly appreciated!
 
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Originally Posted by socalautowerks View Post
thanks a bunch! one question though about the door triggers; i think from what i read there's 4 different wires, one for each door? can you just connnect all four to the one input on the alarm? i read somewhere about using diodes?

i've done a few successful alarm installs on a few cars of mine but i won't pretend to know much at all about this so any tips are greatly appreciated!
You want to use diodes for each door to prevent back feeding (a diode will keep the door triggers isolated from each other)

The colors are as follows..

LF door, blue, (-) dash fuse box, green/white 49 pin plug, pin 33

RF door, light green, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 32

LR door, pink, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 26

RR door, green, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 40


if you want to go this route then install your diodes cathode side (stripe) towards the car (because you only want negative to flow back to the alarm brain)

hope this helps.
 

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You want to use diodes for each door to prevent back feeding (a diode will keep the door triggers isolated from each other)

The colors are as follows..

LF door, blue, (-) dash fuse box, green/white 49 pin plug, pin 33

RF door, light green, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 32

LR door, pink, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 26

RR door, green, (-) dash fuse box, 49 pin plug, pin 40


if you want to go this route then install your diodes cathode side (stripe) towards the car (because you only want negative to flow back to the alarm brain)

hope this helps.
yes it does thanks! so just to confirm, i do wire all four wires with diodes inline to the one wire to the alarm correct?
 
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That's correct. Just curious, what brand alarm are you installing?
 
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it's a viper 5902.

thanks again!
 
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No problem man, if you have any other questions just let me know. I've installed many alarms so if you run into any snags or whatever just ask.
 
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