Good info nonetheless! Thanks for your help.raydouble said:I don't have a definitive answer for you. But here is the oem alarm install for a 2000 4runner. Index of /stevenjackie/RS3200Plus
Between this and the tacoma manual here Toyota Tacoma/ 4Runner/ Tundra/ FJ Cruiser Factory Service Manual Page
You might be able to figure out if it would work.
Zetazig: This is great information. I ordered one from a guy off Craigslist. Paid $20 for it; just got it in the mail last week. Then, won an eBay auction for an appropriate year + model key remote; just got it in the mail today. Now I just need to get them all to work! Can you describe what each of the buttons is for? One closest to the top has a bumpy surface, while one at the bottom is smooth. Neither are labeled though. Not sure what they do or if there's a panic button I need to avoid hitting.FWIW I had a 97 4Runner and a 97 Taco at the same time at one point in life, The two button remote worked for both vehilces. They had the same factory alarm. I programmed the top button to work the 4runner and the bottom button to work the taco. It was pretty sweet, It worked on both vehilces. and No if you hit one button, both would not unlock at the same time. They worked on different frequencies.
I would assume if the boxes under the driver seat are the same. it should be plug and play....