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2016 Toyota Corolla Evo One

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I have used the Toy 8 Harness that came with the Evo One,Module (TOY 8 79/xx/1.xx  C1,  D5  38.2  Progam Lock).

I followed all the steps and when I plug the 20 Pin Connector in the Evo Module, the noise sounds and the dash board warning message says, TURN LIGHS OFF and when I try to Press the button 10 times, the RED and BLUE LEDs fade out by the time I get to 6.

I can't get Pass Step 3!

I reset it a few times and still the same thing!

I switch the Pins and try to use it as a TOY 3 Harness and the same Thing!

I even Hard Wired the module using the Diagram and still the same thing!

I'm thinking this was a bad Module from the beginnig!

I have listen to TECH Support ideas and tried them and nothing works!

I've made 7 attempts on wire this Evo One, trying different ways and the Module keeps doing the same thing every time.

I'm ready to give up!

Any idea, why this Warning Light coming on?

Do this warning light be the reason why I can't ger pass Step 3?
asked Aug 24 in Toyota by W. Frazier (210 points)

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All that is needed for the first 4 steps to complete succesfully on any vehicle is proper power and ground. You should be able to complete the first 4 steps with only the main harness connected.

 

I would redo your ground connection and test the power wire for 12v.
answered Aug 25 by Robb (237,740 points)
I have 12 Volts and Ground!

The problem is when I plug the 20 pin connector in!

The Module comes on, the lights Flash, but don't stay on long enough to complete programming!

The dash board warning message say, Turn Lights Off!!!

 

Do you know if the 20 pin connector wiring is missing something or I have a bad Module from the start!

if possible I can have to module replaced?
Sounds like the module is groudning itself through the parking light connection perhaps.

 

This can happen when the modules ground is not strong enough. As mentioned perhaps try another grounding location.

 

The parking light circuit is controlled via the pink wire on the 20 pin connector.
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