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jeremyj 
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Will try when I go on lunch!
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If you hold the button down too long, it will do a CarFinder and flash the lights 5 times.

jeremyj 
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Alright update...
During lunch somehow got it started once when I removed the brake shutdown wires. But after I turned the keys to run and removed them the car stayed on. It would only shut off after I pushed the remote start button again. And it wouldn't start a second time.
As fir the known problem of the hood shutdown wire. Using the volt meter it shows .09 volts, and when I try starting it it moves to .1 volts.
I tried connecting the pink/black wire from the fortin to the grey hood shutdown. Still nothing. This was all with my hood shut. Does anyone have any idea how to open this hood shutdown circuit?
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My suggestion would be to not use the bypass for brake and hood triggers, hard wire them. The vehicle's brake wire, is a dark GREEN / WHITE wire that can be found at the pedal switch. Run your own pin switch under the hood.
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It appears to me that the connections of the installation might have a problem ( loose ). You want to make sure the ground wire is properly connected to the chasis and all other connections are soldered.

Regarding the hood & brake wires, do what Twelvoltz had suggested.

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Where did you attach your MUX wire to ? You have to install the relay as per the instructions as well as the STARTER wire because the Caliber has a start wire. Also, what firmware is the EVO-CHR ? Are you using this wire diagram : https://ifar.ca/en/download/2977/preview.html
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