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1994 chevy silverado viper 5901 problems


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amh9002 
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Posted: May 13, 2009 at 9:02 PM / IP Logged  
I did program it for virtual tach. I let it try to crank about 5 or 6 times before I shut it off
kassdog 
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What about the voltage. Did you try that and set the crank time because if everything is getting power than it should start. Are you sure you have a 94. I know it sounds stupid but a lot of people don't know what year their cars truly are. There's something missing here.
amh9002 
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yeah I tried to bump the crank time to about 1.2 seconds or whatever is the closest to that. And I'm positivei have a 94. All the wiring for the 88-98 models are supposed to be the same (according to the chilton manual) anyways. And I don't know if it helps but I put the multimeter on the starter wire when I cranked it by key and got a reading of about half way up the meter. Then I tried to remote start and it only shows less than a quarter up the meter. The starter just gives one loud crank (kind of like a "clunk" noise) and then stops and tries again. Somehow the system isn't pushing enough voltage to the starter during RS. I almost wander if I have the starter wires backwards but I can't because I have the green wire running to the harness sitting on top of the steering column. And unless I'm mistaken that would be key side of the starter wire. On a side note: a truck that old wouldn't have an Immobilizer would it?
kassdog 
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Green key side purple is starter side.
amh9002 
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that's the way I've got it wired.
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Ok I know this is going to sound dumb, but if you could write down exactly what color wire you have going to what color wire in the car. Visually do it to so that way you know for sure what you have connected to what. Post it on here and I'll do my best.
amh9002 
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ok for heavy guage wires:
Pink ign 1 to pink
Red constant 12 volt to red
RED / white polarity feed to red
RED / black polarity feed to red
Purple to purple (starter side)
Green to purple (key side)
Orange acc to orange
kassdog 
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So you have all the reds hooked up to a 12 v constant right
amh9002 
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Yes all reds to 12 v constant. I have two 12 volt constant coming off the ignition harness. Got two hooked up to one of the red constants and one on the other
kassdog 
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Ok what is the actually voltage reading coming off of the purple wire when you remote start it.
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