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namyenruoj 
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I have a security alarm/remote start "viper 5901" and I own a 1998 Toyota Rav4. I hooked it up and everything works except when I do the remote start some how I have to be inside to depress the clutch switch before I can be able to do the remote start. Is there a way of by passing the clutch switch so I can perform the remote start from outside the car?
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you can use a relay along with the (-) start output from the ribbon harness to trigger a relay that will close the clutch switch during remote start only. Remember to only use manual transmission mode on this unit though. Be safe.
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namyenruoj 
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remote start auxiliary output, 5-pin
1. pink/white = (-) 200mA flex relay control output
2. orange     = (-) 200mA accessory output
3. violet     = (-) 200mA starter output
4. pink       = (-) 200mA ignition 1 output
5. blue       = (-) 200mA status output
which one of these wire i need to hook it up for my relay. thanks in advance
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On your clutch switch you will find a red wire. This needs a (POS)+  start input.

This is what you can do.... take the starter output from the main harness on the remote start, and connect it to this red wire at the clutch.

You will NOT need to energize the starter wire on the ign. harness.

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there is alot easier way but we cant talk about it on here. Do the relay way its safer and dont leave it in gear.... be safe.
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lucasoil4u wrote:
there is alot easier way but we cant talk about it on here. Do the relay way its safer and dont leave it in gear.... be safe.

There is NO easier way. The 5901 is manual safe....thats all you need to do.


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