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douglas.dixon3 
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Im installing a UltraStart 1250 in a 2003 Chevy Tahoe. I hooked up all the neccessary wires and the remote start kicked over for about 3 seconds without the key. I didnt hook up the oem factory disarm wire. I just bough a 555lw bypass module. My question is does the disarm wire still have to be hooked up with the 555lw installed?
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douglas.dixon3 
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I have 03 chevy tahoe with a 1250 ultra start and a 555lw bypass everything is hooked up but it cranks and dies after 3 seconds, does anyone have any solutions?
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brcidd 
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classic bypass inop-- did you wire it correctly? 

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douglas.dixon3 
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yah the yellow r code cut ignition side toward the module and the bcm side, those are BLACK / YELLOW and yellow. i have the ground reference on the ORANGE / black wire. also the 12 volts and ignition wire are correct. could it be a tach problem
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Mike M2 
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Got to the back of the cluster for tach, white wire....
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douglas.dixon3 
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at the ignition harness?
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OEM anti-grind  set it for voltage sense 4 second crank
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Nah, just not programmed correctly. Voltage sense with a 4 second crank isn't going to help; the tach wire is behind the cluster, pin 4. Easy grab. Just run your tach wire there, program it and should fix you up.
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douglas.dixon3 
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I found the tach wire i screwed up because the other white wire was the nss my fault preciate the help guys
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