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rm2011 
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Joined: January 14, 2013
Location: Ohio, United States
Posted: January 14, 2013 at 10:54 PM / IP Logged  
Hi everyone,
I have installed a Viper 5204 in my 2000 Saturn SL and went pretty much without incident. I would like to test everything before I begin mounting, however. I have all the connections made that I thought were necessary but as of right now, I do not think the controller is actually powering up. I have tried to follow the instructions to pair the remote with the receiver, but I am not able to complete the task. I never see the blue LED on the Control Center illuminate.
I do not have the siren hooked up at this time.
Here is how I connected my system:
H1/1 +12v constant input ---> constant 12v
H1/2 - Ground ---> Ground
H1/3 +siren output --> Not connected
H1/4 Parking light isolation ---> Not connected
H1/5 Parking light output --->Parking lights +
H1/6 - 500ma gnd when armd ---> Not connected
H2/1 200ma ignition/flex control outoput ---> Not connected
H2/2 Neutral Safety Input ---> Ebrake
H2/3 2nd status/rear defog ---> not connected
H2/4 OEM alarm disable --->not connected
H2/5 Trunk release ---> not connected
H2/6 (-) Door Trigger input ---> Door trigger
H2/7 Dome light supervision ---> not connected
H2/8 Horn Honk ---> not connected
H2/9 (-) Status output ---> Not Connected
H2/10 200ma ignition output ---> not connected
H2/11 aux 3 output ---> nc
H2/12 (+) door trigger input --->nc
H2/13 aux 1 ---> not connected
H2/14 aux 2 --->nc
H2/15 aux 4 --->nc
H2/16 Brake shutdown input ---> nc
H2/17 Hood Pin ---> nc
H2/18 200ma starter input --->nc
H2/19 Trunk pin ---> nc
H2/20 Diesel ---> nc
H2/21 remote start/turbo timer ---> nc
H2/22 200ma accessory ---> nc
H2/23 Tach input -->nc
H2/24 OEM alarm disable ---> nc
H3/1 Ignition 1 input/output ---> Ignition wire
H3/2 Flex Relay +12v input ---> Const. 12v
H3/3 Accessory output ---> nc
H3/4 Starter output ---> car side of starter kill
H3/5 Starter input ---> key side of starter kill
H3/6 Ignition 1 input ---> const. 12v
H3/7 Flex Relay output ---> nc
H3/8 Flex relay input ---> nc
H3/9 Acc/starter relay ---> Const. 12v
H3/10 No connection ---> not connected
rm2011 
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Member spacespace
Joined: January 14, 2013
Location: Ohio, United States
Posted: January 14, 2013 at 11:31 PM / IP Logged  
I have a feeling the problem lies in the fact that the module is not sensing that I am turning the key to the "on" position as the instructions tell me to do. I am not sure I have the "starter kill" wires in the correct location. Can anyone offer any advice?
triniforever 
Copper - Posts: 323
Copper spacespace
Joined: November 12, 2008
Location: New York, United States
Posted: January 15, 2013 at 5:17 PM / IP Logged  
Since u hooked up the neutral safety input to the ebrake when u try to active the module do you have the ebrake in the up position cuz that neutral safety wire has to see a ground signal for the module to work so I would just connect the neutral safety to ground at first just to check the unit and there is an on off switch that's to be plugged in and be in the on position for the module to be remote start feature to function ... Hope this helps
triniforever
t&t tech 
Platinum - Posts: 2,594
Platinum spacespace
Joined: October 05, 2008
Location: Trinidad and Tobago
Posted: January 15, 2013 at 7:59 PM / IP Logged  
Have u verified your wires in the car with a meter?? Starter kill wires has no bearing on your problem.
jsolts 
Member - Posts: 49
Member spacespace
Joined: October 10, 2011
Location: Manitoba, Canada
Posted: January 16, 2013 at 8:33 AM / IP Logged  
I would start from step 1 and retraced each step.
Check your fuses and make sure you've properly connected all the12v wires.
Also be sure to check all your connections with a meter.
1 loose or incorrect connection can cause hours and hours of headaches.
lucasoil4u 
Copper - Posts: 317
Copper spacespace
Joined: May 11, 2009
Location: Minnesota, United States
Posted: January 17, 2013 at 9:21 AM / IP Logged  
When looking over the Heavy gauge harness I see alot of issues going on. Iginition Output goes to the ignition wire not 12V.
Brake Shutdown needs to be connected! Very important safety feature. I would suggest reading the install manual a couple times and reposting what you think should be hooked up to what. and we can go from theree.

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