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rjnel_1 
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I am installing a bulldog security rs1200 with a 791 bypass in a 2005 Chevy Silverado all the wiring appears to be correct but the vehicle starts with the remote runs for about 5 seconds then shuts off then restarts runs for 5 more seconds and repeats does anyone have any suggestions as to what the problem could be ?

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What wire did you tag for tachometer?
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I was trying to do it tach less but tomorrow I'm going to wire the tach in.
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That will fix it.
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Is there any way to connect to the tach wire without digging into the pcm it looks like a great place to screw up and end up with a totally disabled vehicle. The directions refer to the white wire in the green plug but all 4 plugs look black ??
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You could try a Fuel Injector.  Each one has 2 wires.  One is a common wire that is at all injectors.  The other is a unique color for each Injector.  I have found that Bulldog units prefer a strong signal and sometimes won't learn the Injector of coil signal.

The best place for the Bulldog is:

PCM Located On The Drivers Side Of The Motor. Tach Wire Is In The BLUE Conn (C1)

Closest To The Firewall,Pin #49 or also found back of Instrument Cluster, White wire in 24 pin GRAY Conn Pin # A12.

 

Soldering is fun!
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if it is the old body style there is a white at the cluster. only one plug and only one white wire

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