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Compustar CM900-AS CS2WQ900, 2017 Subaru Crosstrek


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javamahn 
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Posted: November 09, 2022 at 4:42 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote javamahn
Hi all. I have been reading a lot in this forum and hoping to get a sanity check from anyone who cares to weigh in. I am prepping to install a CM900AS into my daughter's 2017 Subaru Crosstrek and have managed to gather the BLADE-AL(DL)-SUB3-EN_20220511.pdf, the 2019 cm900s-as Master guide, A full wiring layout of the vehicle. The seller has preprogrammed the bypass blade and the remote module and I will assume the remotes are already paired to the unit. I have created a weblink desktop account and installed the app on my laptop. I have been referring to this post which does use the CM700 unit but has plenty of relevant information. I will confirm the jumpers are set for secondary starter and ignition and cut the jumper for automatic transmission. Install the CN1,CN2 & CN3 Harnesses. Power the unit on in the car (Blade Procedure Steps 1-6). Remove and finish Blade Procedures 7-15. Since the Blade provides all of the lock/unlock/parking lights functionality can I assume that CN3 harness is only needed for the Alarm Siren & Hood Pin? We are warm weather so I plan on going without the tach wire. Below is the wire sheet I put together based on all of my research. Please let me know if I have missed any steps or you have any information that will be helpful. Thank you very much for all of the information so far.
Compustar CM900-AS CS2WQ900, 2017 Subaru Crosstrek -- posted image.
silvercivicsir 
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Posted: November 11, 2022 at 11:14 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote silvercivicsir
cm900 is auto only, so no wire to cut for "auto mode", you will need to leave the jump for 2nd ignition, but will need a weblink flashing tool, to change the green/white park light wire to be your 2nd starter. Remotes are not preprogramed, but that is simple to do. also from memory, blade will not do park light flash on your subaru, so you will need to connect the thin green/white to negative park lights
javamahn 
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Posted: November 11, 2022 at 12:19 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote javamahn
Thank you for your reply and your memory Compustar CM900-AS CS2WQ900, 2017 Subaru Crosstrek -- posted image. I will have the weblink ADS-USB cable this week and do a review of the programming from the seller prior to install. I will leave the Jumper 2 on 2nd ignition(default) and confirm jumper setting for green/white is 2nd starter. I will plan on connecting CN3 green/white to negative parking along with the Hood Pin and Siren. Have you come across an install where the docs say the blade will provide the feature like "Brake Pedal Status" but then you had to wire up the CN3 because it did not work? I imagine that is where experience saves install time.

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