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1999 GMC Yukon Start


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scarf12 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:01 PM / IP Logged  
Ok so this is my problem... the car started perfectly before anything...
ok so at the start i hooked up my ignition wires and i accedently blew the fuse...no problem.. replaced... did so,me other wires and had lunch but before i had lunch i started the truck so i knew it worked after i blew that fuse... i started it cuz i had to move it..
after lunch I come back and finished the wireing.... ok all done now lets try it... crank crank it starts and then wham dies... like it dosnt want to STAY started
i disconnected everything i just connected and checked ALL my fuses (i think all.. checked inside fuse panel and engine fuse panel...) unless anyone knows of a hidden fuse?
But basically this is my problem... if I crank it... it starts but then quickly dies it seems like.
Does anyone have ANY idea??
Thanks!
scarf12 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:03 PM / IP Logged  
also something else I might add.. but not of importance...
this truck DID have a remote starter already that I removed... again however the truck was tested after I removed it and some wires were installed... it did start and now it dosnt :(
thanks!
kohara73 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:15 PM / IP Logged  
When you say it starts and then dies, do you mean the key or with the remote?
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scarf12 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:21 PM / IP Logged  
just with the key
I have removed all the wires that I added now that were for the alarm (me in frustration)
chris354 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:27 PM / IP Logged  

Sounds like a passlock problem make sure those wires have a good connection.

scarf12 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:28 PM / IP Logged  
the truck dosnt have passlock tho... i dont believe so
scarf12 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:34 PM / IP Logged  
change that... maybe it does have passlock... however theres no security light or anything? and the previous remote start module never had anything else connected to it that i can see that tried to bypass it...
any ideas? where should i look?
mobile1 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 6:44 PM / IP Logged  
99 should have passlock. look at the yellow and ORANGE / black (maybe black) wires in the ignition harness. make sure they are ok.
scarf12 
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from what i see... the ORANGE / black wire is cut
again.. there was a remote starter on this that i just removed
if it does have passlock... wouldnt it be bypassed already if anything? the wire is cut... i have never bypassed a passlock 2 before
mo12v 
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Posted: December 20, 2005 at 7:53 PM / IP Logged  

Read this for a little insight:

http://www.wiringinstructions.com/238.htm

If the ORANGE / Black is cut .....Connect it back together, because it Does NOT need to be cut, ......Just spliced into

Either locate your OLD ByPASS or purchase a NEW one ( better idea ) & hook up.

Constant 12 voltsRED (2)IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 12 voltsPINKIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
StarterYELLOWIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Dome LightWHITE (-)INTERNAL LAMP CONTROL MODULE *
Trunk Pin SwitchN/A
Parking LampBROWN (+)AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
Power LockL BLUEDRIVER KICK
Power UnlockWHITEPANEL **
* Internal Lamp Control Module Located Under Center Of Dash ** Without OEM Keyless Entry .... Reversal Rest At Ground Door Locks
 With OEM Keyless Entry..... Positive Pulse Door Locks 

Accessories
Window UpD\ D BLUE P\ L BLUE D\ D GREEN P\ L GREEN @ MAIN SWITCH
Window DownR/ BROWN S/ TAN R/ VIOLET R/ VIOLET
Ign Key WarnL GREEN (-)48 PIN CONN. TO LEFT OF STEERING COL.
Trunk ReleaseBLACK (+)CONVENIENCE CENTER MODULE OR RKE *
OEM HornBLACK (-)48 PIN CONN. TO LEFT OF STEERING COL.
HeadlightsYELLOW (+)AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
OEM Alarm ArmN/ANO OEM ALARM PRESENT IN SCHEMATICS
OEM Alarm DisarmN/ANO OEM ALARM PRESENT IN SCHEMATICS

* Convenience Center Located Under Driver Dash: RKE Located Right Of Steering Column, On Steering column Support Bracket

Reversal Rest At Ground Power Window Circuit

Remote Start
Tach SignalWHITEAT IGNITION COIL *
Ignition #2WHITEIGN. SWITCH HARNESS (HEAT/AC)
Ignition #3ORANGEIGNITION SW. HARNESS (TRANSMISSION)
AccessoryBROWNIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Neutral SafetyNOT GROUNDING TYPE -OEM SWITCH OPENS STARTER CIRCUIT
Brake LightWHITE (+)AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Reverse LightL GREEN (+)AT SWITCH ON TRANSMISSION
Rear Window DefrostN/A

* Ignition Coil Is Located On Passenger Rear Of Engine.

WARNING!! This Vehicle Comes Standard With G.M.s Passlock II System. 

MO
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