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remote start, wonít stop, relay reset?


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xxbwthugxx 
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Posted: July†03, 2004 at 1:45 PM / IP Logged  
i remote started my car the other day, put the key in the ignition and turned it to the (II) position like usual...BUT i accidentally hit the lock/arm button(which usually doesn't do anything) and now the car won't turn off...i had to unplug the remote start harness from the alarm to get it to cut off, and every time i plug it back in my car starts immediately...i tried everything(i think) but i'm open to any ideas...i think one of the relays is possibly switched in the wrong position...is there any way to reset the remote start relays??? anyone else have the same problem??? can anyone help???
jfk51502003 
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Posted: July†03, 2004 at 2:28 PM / IP Logged  
w/ the ignition on........ hit the un-lock button.............?
Bendog 
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i had a similar problem with the rsx 3.5 when i was setting it up i accidently hit the remotestart but instead of starting the vehicle it kept the starter cranking after car was already on i couldnt stop until i pulled the fuse for it. everytime i put the fuse back it kept the starter going so what i did is, with the fuse not in for remotestart i hit the remote start in my remote and put the fuse back in quick it started the vehicle and the started finally disengange itself. its like the relay got stuck or something wierd problem never happened to me before works perfect now though.
xxbwthugxx 
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Posted: July†05, 2004 at 12:47 PM / IP Logged  
yeah, i tried hitting unlock(same button as lock) and nothing happened
xxbwthugxx 
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Posted: July†05, 2004 at 12:52 PM / IP Logged  
Bendog, that also happens when i plug the remote start harness back in(starter keeps cranking) which fuse did you remove??? the one under the hood for the ignition harness??
Bendog 
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well i have the clifford rsx 3.5 i pulled the fuse from my alarm for the satellite relay it has. my alarm has 2  20amp or purple in color fuses that go into the satallite relay  i just pulled each one till the starter stop cranking, i then put all the fuses back except for the one that allows the starter to crank. i really dont know which alarm you have but thats how mine worked.
xxbwthugxx 
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Posted: July†05, 2004 at 1:59 PM / IP Logged  
i've got the fm-2009...the only fuses i have on the remote start part are for my two 12v wires...what does your satellite relay do??
Bendog 
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Posted: July†07, 2004 at 10:44 PM / IP Logged  
my satellite relay does the starter kill, starter function, powers up the ignition for the heater a/c air, i think thats about it.
xxbwthugxx 
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aight....i'll try that 
markcars 
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Relays get disengaged as soon as power to them is cut off. If you are still having trouble, try disconnecting the battery. That will switch everything off in your car (unless you have a secondary power battery). Then reconnect the battery after a minute or two. The remote start should not start the car unless you hit the start button on your remote control.
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