2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

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farklboy
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2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

Post by farklboy » Wed Sep 04, 2019 10:54 am

The Fortin Autostart install kit has a T-harness on the ODBII port, and when I plug the maestro's ODBII plug in as well, the radio will stay on after the truck is shut off and the key removed. If I unplug the Maestro ODBII plug, the radio shuts off.

I've read elsewhere about the resistor removal fix for other weird issues, would this solve my problem on this one?

2011 Tundra (non-jbl, non-nav origanlly)
Sony XAV-AX210SXM headunit
Maestro RR and harness
Fortin Evo One Autostart and prewired harness

I've got messages into Fortin as well to see If there is anything on their end that can be done.

Thanks!

PS, on a side note, it seems that the Maestro is a pretty capable piece of hardware, and since I have no steering wheel controls, etc, is there any other cool stuff I can do with it? Control other systems, external triggers? Looks like right now the only thing I'm really using is getting the gauges on the headunit. I'd like to make better use of this little magic box if I can.

Matt

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Re: 2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

Post by JustinFerroni » Wed Sep 04, 2019 1:21 pm

what version harness are you using and what is the serial number on the MRR unit?
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Re: 2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

Post by farklboy » Fri Sep 06, 2019 10:45 am

I am using the HRN-RR-TO1 Serial number of the RR is 7BE7980F1F as reported by the radio.

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Re: 2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

Post by JustinFerroni » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:47 am

you are going to need to get a relay and isolate K-Line (grey/red) wire that runs down to the OBD2 plug by cutting it.

85- connect to radio's ground wire (black)
86- connect to radio's ACC wire (red)
87- K-Line to vehicle
87a- not used
30- K-Line to maestro

https://www.amazon.com/Directed-Electro ... way&sr=8-5
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Re: 2011 Tundra Maestro + Fortin Autostart

Post by farklboy » Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:29 am

Exzcellent, thanks for the info, I can do that easily. Appreciate it!

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