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tommyblazin 
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Posted: April 01, 2014 at 4:43 PM / IP Logged  
and the remote start works when i have key in on position, than i can remove key and it stays on
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blanx218 
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Does it start with the key in the ignition and not turned forward?
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i think you have to turn forward to on position, ill try tomorrow and let u know,thanks
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tommyblazin 
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No i was wrong i dont have to put key into on position, all i have to do is put key in ignition, i don't have to turn anything on, it makes a series of clicks,starts ,every-time, than a few moments later the dash lights up?wife changed my password so im having hard time getting phone to send pics to computer, i wish i had a day to just do thing instead i run in and out, and try to get 10000000 things done,lol
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tommyblazin 
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pictures.. sorry took so long...
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tommyblazin 
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i will open column later and snap pics to see what we have in there...
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tommyblazin 
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ok this was weird, the only thing i noticed, i'm no expert, but this was zip tied around starter key column with no wires attached,like they ere cut off for some reason, why would someone disable it purposely, i heard to give me the spare key, if that the case ill use my spare key and wire what i have to and get another if anyone has a idea or clue PLEASE chime in, thnax fellas,
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thankyou
tommy
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tommyblazin 
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is this the "brain"?
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blanx218 
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What youre holding in the one pic is the sentry key chip from a 555C. Its basically whats inside the head of your key. Looks like the wire got yanked out of it. You can do one of 2 things. You can remove the heat shrink and try to solder the 2 wires back on. or you can scrap that unreliable bypass for a data bypass like an idatalink ADS-TB. The brain of your remote start isnt in any of the pics but at this point you really dont need to access it.
tommyblazin 
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so your saying that's a bypass? and those 2 wires grey and white go inside it? i have great soldering skills?
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