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shadowinfector 
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Posted: December 03, 2007 at 9:45 PM / IP Logged  
I finished installing my Remote Start for my 2001 Jetta 1.8t, but when I remote Start the vehicle it makes a weird noise like the fuel pump is not turned on or something....any help please???
shadowinfector 
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anyone???? please has anyone done a 1.8t
tedmond 
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did u allow a delay on your remote start or hook up the wait-to-start wire on your car if it sa diesel, it allows the plugs to heat ur properly. 
enice 
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Sounds like you have a transponder on that car.  Your trying to say that the car doesnt turn on...you just hear the car trying to turn on?  Try this out: Leave the key in the ignition(do not turn key at all) and see if it turns on when you remote start the car.  Also, make sure your tach is learned.

shadowinfector 
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no....the Vehicle starts and everything but it makes a noise like somethings is not turned on like the fuel pump or something......everything has been doouble checked ...all wires metered....tach wire hoooked up and learned...tried three different tach signals.....but its definately something that is not turned on...and my car is not diesel....
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may i ask what unit you are using? lke company and model
shadowinfector 
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Can you discribe the noise? is it a grinding, a clicking, a buzzing? Does it happen once and stop? Is it repetitive? Is it a constant noise for as long as the car is under control of the remote start? You could have missed an accessory wire. Is there any way that you could post up the wire colors that you made connections to?
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Ign switch VW group = red input  (possibly 2) black or black /blue ign 1. BLACK / YELLOW or BLACK/ red ign 2 RED / black starter, thin red or yellow/red acc. These are suffient on a Mk IV /Golf. 
shadowinfector 
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Posted: December 07, 2007 at 7:25 PM / IP Logged  
like a grinding noise and its constant and only happens when i remote start...as far as the wires.. i hooked up ...
red-12volt
starter-RED / gray
ign- black
acc-BLACK/ red     
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