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Subject Topic: 2001 bmw 530i e39 remote start key bypass

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Hi im having a trouble installing bypass !
Viper 5301 connected and working when i put key into ignition .
I bought xpess kit. Tbxkey , connected constant 12 volt , negative ,
And blue. Status output to my viper system , an looped antenna around the ignition!
What am i missing ???
If you need more info from me let me know
Im going to be really thanksfull !
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To clarify the blue wire is connected to which wire on your RS. the blue wire is an input wire not an output wire as you put it. This wire should be connected to the grouned when running outpute wire on your remote start. And another dumb question. You did verify proper power and ground connections to the bypass?
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Its connected to dark blue ( -200ma status output )
And yes its verified with volt meter that it has constant 12 volt.
Thxz fir replying that fast.
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How close that antenna has to be ??
Is it fine aroun the plastic or it has to go inside of it ?
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That year and model works properly with a 556UW, use the valet key NOT a regular key*, don't use the loop cut and join as per European instructions and treat the vehicle violet ACC wire as a second ignition, not an ACC.
*The regular key still sends DATA to the car and interferes with the RS.
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So you saying in ignition harness i have :
3 red wiries tested to ne. Constant 12 v
2 green those are ignition
1 violet ACc
1 black starter

So from Rs insted of connecting ignition 2 wire to green I should connect to violet ?

So Tbxkey from xpresskit wont work ?
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You need to treat that violet as ignition 2 NOT ACC.
2 Green? Are you sure, both the same thickness quite thick about 12 gauge, and a light green colour?
I've only ever seen 1!
And two reds, something like a red/green and a red/blue.
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No Directechs and myself; their list and me from memory....
Red should be two, 12v+
Green, ignition, 1
Violet (purple), ignition 2
Black/Yellow, starter.
I don't know about TbXkey, I do know the 556UW is cheaper and work well.
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Yes 3 red same thickness. Volt meter read 12 volts
2 green same thickness same color
1 purple
1 black
All those wires are same thickness


When i insert a key ,just insert it , and i press to remote start it starts fine !
Maybe this model is a little different ?
Ill make a pictures !


My mistake was that i used normal key .
Ill use valet , but thats going to be on wednesday!

But is my bypass unit connected correct ?
Constant 12
Ground
An blue to RS status output ?

And do you have any info on enabiling door lock/unlock
On a viper remote ?
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Do all those greens emanate from the same contact? Do they all test as going "hot" on ignition and staying live whilst cranking?

Yes to your by-pass wiring, I don't understand your question about enabling door locks, do you need the lock unlock colours and location?
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