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Radiodr 
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I am working on a 2007 Nissan Murano with the intellikey.
I have everything else working on the vehicle, using the XK07 module.
The problem I am having is with the autolights. If the customer has the autolights "set to on" and the vehicle is remote-started, the lights will stay on for what seems to be indefinetly?? Opening the door doesnt shut them off either, so I haven't tried using the OEM rearm wire to shut them off. Does anyone else have a solution for this vehicle?? Right now, I am kinda stumped on this one. I know I have had this same problem in Toyota's before, and was able to shut them off by breaking the autolight wire with a relay. Thanks in advance...any help is appreciated.
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Posted: January 30, 2008 at 10:02 AM / IP Logged  

Theres a grn / YELLOW behind the BCM pin 28 @ a 40 pin white plug. A simple "pulse after shut down" will turn them off. OR you can open the wire with a relay triggered with ground while running.

There are also the daytime running lights. There is another GREEN/ YELLOW at the light switch. Approach this the same way.


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