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1992 honda civic, remote start


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campeche188 
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Posted: August 31, 2007 at 12:33 AM / IP Logged  

i have a pro-start alarm in my 92civic, i tried to add a starter kill relay, but the car won't remote start. is there any way to bypass the relay to remote start the car, but still have the relay to do its work when someone try to steal the car? i know the engine shuts down when the brake is depress having the car running under remote, but i want an extra security having the starter kill relay. is that possible?

thanks for the help.

the racing turtle
Mike M2 
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You need to connect the starter wire from the RS after the starter kill relay....
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Well there you go. Never mind about my other post in your other thread. (campeche188)
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That makes sense, done deal.

Thanks for the help.

the racing turtle

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