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howie ll 
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Posted: February 11, 2010 at 6:16 AM / IP Logged  
Describe more fully, do you mean remote start or regular. It should make no difference to regular starting.
arashb 
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Its for regular starting. Its weird. As soon as the ignition1 wire gets tapped in by the pink wire I lose all ability to start the car. Then as soon as I cut I can start the car no problem. I have everything else connected that I need to.
Also if my car doesn't have a neutral safety switch what do I connect that to? On a manual car.
arashb 
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Posted: February 11, 2010 at 11:09 PM / IP Logged  
Alright, everything is fixed :D. I have no starter kill but I do have remote start. Thank you so much for all the help.
bambam3030 
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Posted: February 12, 2010 at 5:49 PM / IP Logged  
If you have everything hooked up the way on the diagram above then test with a dmm and make sure all your wires are correct. check the starter wire and make sure you dont have the purple and the green wire backwards Remember green is key side it goes to your key silinder side of the wire. if none of these work then with a dmm check and see if the purple and green are geting a conection through the really pack.
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arashb wrote:
Alright, everything is fixed :D. I have no starter kill but I do have remote start. Thank you so much for all the help.

What did you do...?

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arashb 
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Posted: February 13, 2010 at 12:25 AM / IP Logged  
I just disconnected the starter kill and I made it so only violet is connected to the starter wiring. Still I have no starter kill but like I said I really don't care at this point.
I took out the alarm completely. Wired it all up again, using better wiring. Cleaned up my ignition wires (previous owner chopped them kinda bad) and then connected the brake, neutral safety and tach wire and changed my remote start from manual mode to automatic. And then it started and I couldn't believe it.
I'd rather train a monkey to hold a hammer and sit in my car. He can be my alarm and remote starter.....
howie ll 
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Er, that's what I suggested initially on the 8th. Feb!
arashb 
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Posted: February 13, 2010 at 1:21 AM / IP Logged  
howie ll wrote:
Er, that's what I suggested initially on the 8th. Feb!
Yeah I know, I really don't think my wiring was messed up. It was the MTS mode that stopped me. I thought hmmm why not try auto and it worked. Just redoing the wiring and relocating my brain was a plus because now it's all neater :D. Again thanks howie.
Uhhh one thing, where did moonliter get this diagram from? I haven't seen one like this anywhere.
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ssbowtie1 
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Why does that wire have your H3/2 wire going to black red and your H3/6 and H3/9 wires going to a white wire? Do you have multiple +12v sources? I doubt its your problem but try connecting them all to a +12v const wire
arashb 
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ssbowtie1 wrote:
Why does that wire have your H3/2 wire going to black red and your H3/6 and H3/9 wires going to a white wire? Do you have multiple +12v sources? I doubt its your problem but try connecting them all to a +12v const wire
Yeah I have two 12 volt sources. But I'm done messing with the alarm. I got it set up good enough and I don't want to ruin it :D. Thanks though.
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