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post Apr 5, 2004 - 12:29 PM
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DISCLAIMER: This wiring information is being provided on an "as is" basis, without any representation or Warranty. Is is your responsibility to Verify the wires by testing them

With that said....Lets get goin

FYI: You will not need all the wires that I post, read your instructions

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post Apr 5, 2004 - 12:43 PM
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1994 Toyota Celica

Item Wire Color Polarity Wire Location


12V White- Brown/Red + Ignition Harness
Starter Black/White + Ignition Harness
Ignition Black/Orange + Ignition Harness
Second Ignition Blue/Red + Ignition Harness
Accessory Gray + Ignition Harness
Power Lock Blue/Back - Lock Module right of column
Power Unlock Blue and Green *1 - Lock Module right of column
Parking Lights + Dk. Green At Dimmer
Parking Lights - Lt. Green Steering Column
Headlights Red/Black - Steering Column
Door Trigger Red/White - Drivers Kick Panel *2
Trunk/Hatch Pin Red/Green - Drivers Kick Panel *2
Tachometer Gray Check Connector
Brake Wire Green/White + Driver Kick Panel
Horn Trigger Green - Steering Column
LF Window up/down Green - Red Drivers Door Switch
RF Window up/down Grn/Wht - Red/Blu Driver Kick Panel
LR Window up/down
RR Window up/down

*1 Use both wires and diode isolate each.
*2 Door and trunk trigger looped out of main harness heading towards rear
of car, almost directly below door hinge wrapped in beige tape

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post Apr 5, 2004 - 1:00 PM
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1995 Celica

Item Wire Color Polarity Wire Location

12V White- Black/Red + Ignition Harness
Starter Black/White + Ignition Harness
Ignition Black/Orange + Ignition Harness
Second Ignition Blue/Red + Ignition Harness
Accessory Gray + Ignition Harness
Power Lock Blue/Back - Lock Module right of column
Power Unlock Blue and Green *1 - Lock Module right of column
Parking Lights + Dk. Green At Dimmer
Parking Lights - Lt. Green Steering Column
Headlights Red/Black - Steering Column
Door Trigger Red/White - Drivers Kick Panel *2
Trunk/Hatch Pin Red/Green - Drivers Kick Panel *2
Tachometer Gray Check Connector
Brake Wire Green/White + Driver Kick Panel
Horn Trigger Green - Steering Column
LF Window up/down Green - Red Drivers Door Switch
RF Window up/down Grn/Wht - Red/Blu Driver Kick Panel
LR Window up/down Grn/Wht - Red/Wht LR window switch
RR Window up/down Green - Red RR window switch

*1 Use both wires and diode isolate each.
*2 Door and trunk trigger looped out of main harness heading towards rear
of car, almost directly below door hinge wrapped in beige tape
post Apr 5, 2004 - 1:06 PM
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1996-1999 Toyota Celica

Item Wire Color Polarity Wire Location

12V White- Black/Red + Ignition Harness
Starter Black/White + Ignition Harness
Ignition Black/Orange + Ignition Harness
Second Ignition Blue/Red + Ignition Harness
Accessory Gray + Ignition Harness
Power Lock Blue/Back - Lock Module right of column
Power Unlock Blue and Green *2 - Lock Module right of column
Parking Lights + Dk. Green At Dimmer
Parking Lights - Lt. Green Steering Column
Headlights Red/Black - Steering Column
Door Trigger Red/White - Drivers Kick Panel *3
Trunk/Hatch Pin Red/Green - Drivers Kick Panel *3
Tachometer Gray Check Connector *1
Brake Wire Green/White + Driver Kick Panel
Horn Trigger Green - Steering Column
LF Window up/down Green - Red Drivers Door Switch
RF Window up/down Grn/Wht - Red/Blu Driver Kick Panel
LR Window up/down Grn/Wht - Red/Wht LR window switch
RR Window up/down Green - Red RR window switch

*1 On the 2.2 motor go to the ignitor on the rear drivers side of the engine compartment
*2 Use both wires and diode isolate each.
*3 Door and trunk trigger looped out of main harness heading towards rear
of car, almost directly below door hinge wrapped in beige tape
post Apr 6, 2004 - 11:51 AM
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post Apr 7, 2004 - 3:29 AM
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awesome. I can put in the viper alarm this weekend!
post Apr 9, 2004 - 1:59 PM
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I've got a wire diagram of the gauge wires also in case anyone is wanting to make a custom gauge cluster (like I hope to do this summer). You can use the diagram to keep all the warning lights, blinkers, ets. If anyone needs it just let me know and I'll scan it and send it to you.
post Jun 24, 2004 - 2:33 AM
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note for those replacing a stock alarm in a 94 gt:

Its under the seat, and the harness that its connected to needs to be fixed in order to install a new alarm, and its easy. just unplug it, and cut off the plug, then look at all the wires, and connect the ones that are the same color, white/black with white/black etc. the old alarm uses a braker kinda thing to shut off surton things when the alarm gose off. this allows you to wire up a new one under the dash using the above listed wires rather then putting a new one under the seat.

note: the colors do not match up, the ones listed above are correct but not the same as the ones under the seat, and there is no diagram for the ones under the seat.


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post Jun 28, 2004 - 1:44 PM
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I am in need of help!!! I am looking for someone or a company that will splice a wiring loom from a 7asfe to a 3sgte 3g. if anyone knows where i can find this info please contact lance at lantz2121@yahoo.com thanks
post Sep 29, 2004 - 8:35 PM
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does anybody know the wires for the power mirrors?!? 96'
post Feb 6, 2005 - 12:05 AM
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I just installed a Viper Alarm and I wanted to thank you all on here for the information. I was able to read about wiring diagrams, how to's and images that helped me and my dad figure it all out.

Thank You!

Special thanks to Coomer and Pali_playa for the wire listings and instructions.

This post has been edited by Jaws4God: Feb 11, 2005 - 9:57 PM


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post Feb 16, 2005 - 6:12 PM
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QUOTE(Jaws4God @ Feb 6, 2005 - 5:05 AM)
I just installed a Viper Alarm and I wanted to thank you all on here for the information.  I was able to read about wiring diagrams, how to's and images that helped me and my dad figure it all out.

Thank You!

Special thanks to Coomer and Pali_playa for the wire listings and instructions.
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would it be OK for you to forward that wiring diagrams to me?
me and a friend of my would be trying to install a new alarm system in my 98 G6. This would be our first Attempt and any help would be greatly appreciated.

my e-mail is "lord_of_anime@yahoo.com"

post Apr 11, 2006 - 1:41 AM
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does anyone know where the tachometer wire is located on a 95 ST?
post Oct 26, 2009 - 12:00 AM
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I was wondering if this information is relevant to GT-4's?

If not, does anyone have information on wiring for a 1994 GT-4?


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post Jan 19, 2011 - 2:56 AM
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i know its old but here the info , all wiring diagram for celica gt-four 3th gen

http://gtfour.supras.org.nz/diagrams.htm

enjoy
post Dec 22, 2012 - 11:16 PM
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QUOTE (creis @ Jun 24, 2004 - 5:33 PM) *
note for those replacing a stock alarm in a 94 gt:

Its under the seat, and the harness that its connected to needs to be fixed in order to install a new alarm, and its easy. just unplug it, and cut off the plug, then look at all the wires, and connect the ones that are the same color, white/black with white/black etc. the old alarm uses a braker kinda thing to shut off surton things when the alarm gose off. this allows you to wire up a new one under the dash using the above listed wires rather then putting a new one under the seat.

note: the colors do not match up, the ones listed above are correct but not the same as the ones under the seat, and there is no diagram for the ones under the seat.


Eight years since this original post, has anyone managed to come across a wiring diagram for a 94 with the under seat alarm?


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post Apr 24, 2015 - 11:54 AM
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Necro bump.
Does anyone know where the alarm brain is in a '96 convertible? It's not under the seat and i dont want to go tearing through the dash if i don't have to.


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post Aug 3, 2015 - 11:34 AM
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Does anyone know how to trouble shoot specific wiring problems??
post Aug 3, 2015 - 11:39 AM
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QUOTE (Poonicus @ Apr 24, 2015 - 11:54 AM) *
Necro bump.
Does anyone know where the alarm brain is in a '96 convertible? It's not under the seat and i dont want to go tearing through the dash if i don't have to.

I just took my drivers side dash out under the steering wheel because I saw some cut wires just dangling, they were aftermarket connections that were spliced halfass into the original . I also noticed a lot of piggy back connectors up near the fuse block and since my car has no alarm on it I am gonna say that the alarm once was housed in that area directly under the steering wheel, theres lots of room for it.

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