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chemnpus 
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Posted: December 30, 2006 at 10:01 AM / IP Logged  
I am stumbling though I install 1100F and the remote engine starter in 2006 Explorer according to the manual.
The step on which I am stumbling is the following.
It is in this manual, "Press and release the programming button once and remote start the vehicle."
At this time, LED keeps lighting red. And, the engine never starts.
(It is possible to start normally by removing 1100F, and using 'JBS 791 Universal Bypass Module'. However, I don't want to keep using JBS 791, because I don't want to leave the spare key in the car.)
I connected vehicle and 1100F as follows.
BLUE/WHITE -- Negative output of engine starter.
BLACK ------- Ground of vehicle.
RED --------- +12V constant.
PINK -------- Anti theft module's "Ignition" wire.
GRAY/RED ---- Anti theft module's "TX" wire.
GREEN/ RED --- Anti theft module's "RX" wire.
What is my mistake?
I have only two keys appended to the vehicle. Should I add the key from the dealer?
Please correctly lead me, and help. And, it apologizes for my poor English.
Thanks.
chem
captainzab 
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Posted: December 30, 2006 at 5:08 PM / IP Logged  
never used the 1100F,
dont like using universal bypass either.
I perfer the PKU-F2 to bypass Fords. (does not require you to give up a key, or cut any wires)
all you need is 12v and status output (which you already have)
It is the exact same as programming a new key. Always got the programming to work on first try.
check bypasskit.com or ebay.
Note: You Always Dont Get What You Pay For.
chemnpus 
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Posted: December 30, 2006 at 6:54 PM / IP Logged  
captainzab, Thank you for your reply.
I investigate PKU-F2 though I did not know.
Thank you for information on Bypass unit.
However, I continuously want information on 1100F.
Thanks.
chem
Mike M2 
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Posted: December 30, 2006 at 9:29 PM / IP Logged  

The 1100F is a real POS. If you want a very reliable bypass for Ford, use the DEI 556S. It uses a coil like the 556U, yet you don't have to loose a key.

Mike M2
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captainzab 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 12:36 AM / IP Logged  
okay, i read through the install manual.
You got 3E, wiring seems to be correct. (not sure what it means by installation mode though)
Can you remote start with the key in the ignition (to comfirm that you can actually remote start in the first place)
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chemnpus 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 10:56 AM / IP Logged  
Mike M2: Thanks for the reply.
When other by-pass units are bought, it becomes reference very much!
Thank you for your advice.
captainzab: Thanks for the reply.
Thank you for sparing time to reading the manual of 1100F.
My vehicle is classified into 3E according to the manual as you say.
I can remote start by putting the key on the cylinder without using 1100F.
The problem happens by STEP3 of 2B by the manual when 1100F is installed.
(2B, Step3 is "Press and release the programming button once and remote start the vehicle." )
It is the following with the problem.
1. LED keeps shining in red when I advance to Step3, and press and release the programming button once.
2. I can't remote start.
I am considering some these causes.
a. 1100F is broken.
b. It fails in the programming.
However, I follow the procedure and am doing the programming. For instance, 5seconds are not exceeded between each step. I don't understand the cause if failing.
Please give further advice to me.
Thanks.
chem
mando2155 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 7:11 PM / IP Logged  

Ive only used a few 1100f  s but they all worked great for me.  what instalation mode are you using?  it should be mode 2.  Also with the instructions it gives you a trouble shoot guide and tells you what the problem is depending on what the led does.  the unit programs easily if its wired properly and set for the proper mode.

chemnpus 
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Posted: January 01, 2007 at 2:34 AM / IP Logged  
mando2155: Thanks for your reply.
I'm doing the programming by using mode 2. It failed similarly though the programming was tested by using mode 1.
I review wiring and work again. If wiring and work are proper, is 1100F broken? Another 1100F will be bought and it test..
Thanks.
chem
chemnpus 
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Posted: January 12, 2007 at 6:11 AM / IP Logged  
Thank you for a many kind reply.
Afterwards, I bought PKU-F2. It works very well. I will send back 1100F to the manufacturer. The purpose is to judge to be broken or normal.
I can enjoy the car-life enhanced thanks to you.
Many thanks & regards.
chem
chris354 
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Posted: January 12, 2007 at 7:00 PM / IP Logged  
I have used a couple all where good but  one and I spent an hour trying to get it to program it would not go into mode 2. Tried a couple of differant ones then got it also some of the rx and tx wires are reversed.
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