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2013-2014 Accord Remote Starter Install Pictorial


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kreg357 
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maikoatx wrote:
pts accord, there a way to bypass the honda setup n remote start your car, get in n drive. 2013 to 2015.
Not that I am aware of. All bypass modules available for the Accord PTS vehicles ( from Fortin, iDatalink and XpresKit ) have that limitation.
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Thanks for the detailed reply Kreg. I am currently working through the trouble shooting steps at the moment. I noticed that based on your picture, you have Orange as ACC2 and Red as ACC1. However, Bulldog security has ACC1 as ORANGE and ACC2 as RED. I'm not sure if it matters, but just wanted to confirm with you.
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mhunguyen wrote:
Thanks for the detailed reply Kreg. I am currently working through the trouble shooting steps at the moment. I noticed that based on your picture, you have Orange as ACC2 and Red as ACC1. However, Bulldog security has ACC1 as ORANGE and ACC2 as RED. I'm not sure if it matters, but just wanted to confirm with you.
Doesn't matter which ACC is labeled as ACC1 or ACC2. The R/S unit will supply identical outputs for that type ignition wire. Just ensure the unit has the Pink/White Flex wire programmed for ACC2 output.
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Thank you. Everything is working now. Except I can't really get the Viper to learn the Tach. I followed the instruction, but the engine still shuts off after 30 secs of starting. It would then attempt to crank, but the engine does not start. Right now i have it set to voltage mode and it seems to be working fine at the moment. Not sure if it will any issue during the winter.
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Posted: August 29, 2017 at 5:55 PM / IP Logged  
Not sure why Data Tach is not working. You could try hardwiring it from the ADS AL-CA Tach output to the Viper Tach input and then do a Tach Learn. Or you could go directly from the Viper Tach Input hardwired to an engine F.I. or coil wire. I like to run in Tach Mode. Always works, no matter the temperature.
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