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Thor remote start, 98 Sunfire


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travis_lowe1983 
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 6:23 PM / IP Logged  
I bought a Thor CF425 for my 98 Pontiac Sunfire and cannot get the remote start to work. The car alarm itself works fine but I can't get the wiring for the remote start to work. It cranks like it wants to start but will not stay running. Everytime it start the theft system on my cluster panel comes on. Can someone please help me. The wiring diagram sucks on this model.
Travis Lowe
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Posted: December 31, 2006 at 9:27 PM / IP Logged  
you're car has passlock 1....you need to get a bypass module......dei has a 556lw, and other brands will carry a module for this car
start25 
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If you still need one, I have PLJX bypass module for your car I can sell.
travis_lowe1983 
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Ok thank you very much. I guess I will buy one and see how it works then! Another question though. I took th remote start part back of and just left the alarm part on, but the problem I have now is when I start my car with the keys. Eventually the alarm will arm itself again and will set the alarm siren off. Does anyone know why. I'm thinking it is doing it because its not fully installed with the remote start. Can someone please help.
Travis Lowe
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there should be an ignition input wire, to let the alarm know that the car has started, so it doesnt get into passive arming.
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travis_lowe1983 
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Does anyone have one that they are willing to sell or know how I can bypass my passloc1! If you could help I would truely appreciate it. Thanks.
Travis Lowe
travis_lowe1983 
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I installed a thor alarm in my 98 sunfire and for some reason my turn signals don't work. Even if I tak of the alarm they still don't work. Could someone please help me figure out what is wrong with them?
Travis Lowe
oscarnl86 
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are all your fuses good?
i know some stuff and what i dont know ill make it up feel free to ask
travis_lowe1983 
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I replaced all the fuses in the fuse box unless you know where there is another one for the turn signals. My hazrd lights do work though!!
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travis_lowe1983 
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I Just bought a 556LW bypass module for a 98 sunfire and have no idea on how to hook it up can someone please help me with this!!!

Thank you

Travis Lowe
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