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Old 09-03-2019, 08:52 AM   #1
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Factory Celica Alarm install?

Hi all,

I saw the sticky on the OEM Factory alarm install but curious before I take on this challenge if anyone installed an OEM alarm from a donor Celica to a Celica (with no factory alarm w/just keyless entry) from a Junkyard VS purchasing one of the OEM Factory kits with the harness etc.

I'm trying to take on the challenge of installing an RS 3200 Kit from a GT/GTS 2000 + harness etc from a junkyard and install it on my 2004 Celica GTS with just keyless entry.

Are our cars already prewired for an OEM alarm or it looks like we need to pull all the harness/wiring from a donor and install on my car? I want to keep it as stock as possible so any help would be great! Thanks in advance!

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Old 09-03-2019, 06:23 PM   #2
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You won't need the full harness from a donor. Depending on the RS 3200, you'll either be doing some splicing or removing the existing keyless entry unit. If you found the sticky in the electrical section, the install manuals are linked .pdfs in the sticky.
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