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mjkurth72 
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Posted: March 08, 2009 at 8:01 PM / IP Logged  

installed a marksman m6a remote start on a 1998 Chevy Silverado, everything worked and then the led on the module stays lit, will not let me program it or anything.  Door locks and unlocks, but remote start will not engage. checked all wires and connections. Is there a way to reset module or what does the led mean when it is o all the time (did not stay on at all times before)  please help

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loneranger 
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More than likely, it's in valet mode.
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mjkurth72 
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how do you get it out of valet mode, dont know that much that is why I ask
loneranger 
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The owner's manual should provide you with that information.
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mjkurth72 
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does not say in manual
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did you ground the BLACK/ white wire??? 
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mjkurth72 
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yes everything was working and then it gave me a solid led light on the module, now only door locks work no remote start
loneranger 
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mjkurth72 wrote:
how do you get it out of valet mode, dont know that much that is why I ask

Flip the valet switch to the opposite position.

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mjkurth72 
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there is no valet switch on this model, remote start worked fine and now only door locks work, led only was on when you engaged the unit now it stays on all the time. need to reset the unit dont know how to do this
loneranger 
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According to this manual on page 27, there is a valet switch.
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