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howie ll 
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If there's a keysense wire on this vehicle it will be controlled by the unit's "Status output" or GWA wire.
howie ll 
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P.S. Have you even bothered to try it with the key in to eliminate one of the possibilities?
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I tried R/S with key in ON position, it still didn't work. Also started the engine with the key, then did the remote start keypress but when I pulled out the key the engine stopped.
THe car supposedly has a keysense wire, a yellow wire in the ignition harness. So you're saying that needs to be connected to the GWA wire from the brain?
rc200 
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Remote start of CX2300 doesn't work like this.
Except the "first after install" procedure, you cannot remote start if the car is not previously in ARM state / doors closed.
Yellow wire is just ignition detection wire.
200sx, 300zx, S4.
Carvox CX2300a mods:
_RF range extended (>5kms)
_interfaced with GPS106B tracker
_hacked
roofoo 
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Ok, so ignore the yellow wire?
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roofoo wrote:
Ok, so ignore the yellow wire?
No, must be connected and must "see" 12V when your turn the key to IGN position.
Must see 12v when cranking too (refer to the manual).
The state of this wire is checked both when the alarm is armed and for remote start.
200sx, 300zx, S4.
Carvox CX2300a mods:
_RF range extended (>5kms)
_interfaced with GPS106B tracker
_hacked
roofoo 
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But that sounds like the IGN 1 wire. According to my diagrams, the yellow wire is keysense and is grounded when the key is in the ignition.
roofoo 
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I just thought of something else. Which side of the starter kill relay should the remote starter wire connect to? I have it connected to the key side right now.
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It should connect to the vehicle side. If it is on the key side then it will not start the car when the relay is energized(by ignition and the ground when armed wire)
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AH! ok, then I will have to change that. Thanks!
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