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johnnygaloshes 
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Posted: October 23, 2014 at 4:35 AM / IP Logged  
I installed my remote starter and my Xpress Passlock bypass on my 04 Saturn Vue. All works great as expected. But now whether the key is in or out of the ignition, and the door is open, the bell dings to tell me the key is in the ignition. It use to do it until i removed the key.
Suggestions?
prdjr165 
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Posted: October 23, 2014 at 5:45 AM / IP Logged  
what specific module did you use ?
sounds like a keysense wire-
KEYSENSE WIRE CONNECTION
Connect this wire only if the vehicle’s
keysense wire goes to ground (Neg) when
the doors are closed & key is in the Ign.
johnnygaloshes 
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Solexx Xpresskit PLJX GM Passlock Interface Module
I was told i had to ground it, as per instructions.
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johnnygaloshes wrote:
Solexx Xpresskit PLJX GM Passlock Interface Module
I was told i had to ground it, as per instructions.
No, the instructions were telling you how to check if connecting it was required. If you do need to connect it, you wire it to the green on the PLJX. If you connect it to ground then yes the key-in chime will always make noise when the vehicle isn't running and the drivers door is open.
johnnygaloshes 
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Now the chiming is working normal, but the "Security" light is on every 2nd time i start the car and stays on until key cycle.
johnnygaloshes 
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Anyone???
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Did you connect the keysense wire to anything or just remove it from ground?
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Just disconnected it from ground
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Anyone? Bump.
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Test the key sense wire in the ignition harness. Most likely it shows ground when the key is in the ignition and nothing when the key is removed.
It sounds like you have the key sense connected directly to ground.

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