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Posted: October 24, 2007 at 5:56 PM / IP Logged  
saskpuller wrote:
I've had enough. Pulled the starter from the truck. Backed it out of the shop and sent it on it's way. Of course, it will be back later in the week. The guy needed his truck. So what did I do wrong????? For the life of me, I can't figurre this out. I've tried everything (I think). The truck went to accessory - ignition mode but never cranked . Could it be the bypass kit? I might try a chdl7pk2 next time. I tried with the 1k resistor between pink and ground and tried without. I've tried isolating the mux wire. I tried isolating the pink-blue starter wires. This really sucks!!!!!!!
You shouldn't need to use resistors on the 2nd START wire. The XK532 already has this built into the module. The OEM security doesn't stop the vehicle from starting, it only sounds the horn and flashes the park lights when triggered. Just wire up the VIOLET/WHITE wire directly to the MUX ( VIOLET/BROWN wire ). Also, make sure that the PINK wire on the XK532 goes to the starter wire on the remote starter system.
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Posted: October 24, 2007 at 6:29 PM / IP Logged  

Jeff

Did all that! Still no go. Had serious thoughts of driving into the lake but it isn't my truck so....

I thought that I wouldn't need anything but a bypass kit and possibly a 1k resistor from the pink to ground. Going to try a chdl7pk2 on this one next week. If that don't work, I'll go at it old school and use the xk532 for transponder and door locks. Any suggestions? I thought maybe the bypass was defective.

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Posted: October 26, 2007 at 9:43 AM / IP Logged  

Judging from what I have read here, no one has done one of these yet. So for now I will continue to turn these away until I can get some real reliable info.

Thanks for everyones input. It was appreciated

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Posted: October 26, 2007 at 10:20 AM / IP Logged  
ranger svo wrote:

Judging from what I have read here, no one has done one of these yet. So for now I will continue to turn these away until I can get some real reliable info.

Thanks for everyones input. It was appreciated

I have done about oh, 6 or 8 07 ram diesels including 3 with the new 6.7l engine. none have given me trouble at all.
I've used the XK532CHDL7, you do have to activate it the same time as the ignition though. if you activate it with GWR it won't work properly.
We use the idatalink ADS-AL-CA with those trucks and they work perfectly as well give you a tach output.
Shaughn Murley
Install Manager, Dealer Services
Visions Electronics
Red Deer, Alberta
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Thank you very much, that what I needed to hear. I really appreciate the info.
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Posted: October 26, 2007 at 4:20 PM / IP Logged  
Chances are wiring issues on your part. I've done several of these trucks too and no problems as far as bypassing. ranger, what is your email address ? I will send you a Vision Aid diagram to help you go through the installation steps as I've documented my installations through pics that I've taken.
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Posted: October 27, 2007 at 6:55 PM / IP Logged  
i've done well over 10 of these, including diesels and manual transmissions.. easy..
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