Hello, I need to know what type of power door lock system is installed in a 1991 Ford Taurus. I'm installing a remote starter and would like to utilize the remote power door lock/unlock feature of the system I'm installing. Specifically, is this system a reverse polarity? Do I need to add a relay? If so, a wiring diagram would be very helpful.
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The problem here is the remote start system is not giving out the correct transponder code to the security system, this locks out the starter. As to how you program the remote start I have no clue as to what you need to do.
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1st do you have a car starter installed if so sometimes the system conflicts with the other if not then you have a door lock actuator seizing up and stays open causing the alarm to go off or a hood switch sometimes build in the latch or a rear cargo or trunk switch or door switch or even a short in the bcm body control module so you have to check each and every system for there function to find the solution
do they not work only with the driver's control or at all the controls? if it's only the driver's control then you need to see if the control is getting juice. on an older car sometimes the wires that go from the body to the door (the ones with the rubber bellows between the door hinges) will break from constant flexing. or if you've got a security lock button sometimes it will jam in the locked position and won't allow any of the other controls to work.
If this problem started just by changing the starter, either there is a wire unhooked or somehow switched, I do not think the starter would cause that as long as it was the right starter. It should have been identical to the old starter.
I had this problem with the door locks also and it was the door look accuators were striped out. Most locking accuators use a type of motor gear which is plastic. Over time the plastic becomes hard and the teeth break off. You can get these new or used on ebay or get some aftermarket accuators from a car alarm installer. Hope this helps. Terence
the easiest way to add remote entry is to get an alarm system or remote car starter off of ebay. you have to be pretty good at wiring to install them but they do come with directions. you will need the wireing diagrams of your car also. if you are not very confident in wiring you can have them installed for one or two hundred dollars at a sterio shop.
Bulldog Security makes a Very Unexpensive system that you can Install and fix this Problem. Just go to BulldogSecurity.com and find one for your Ford Or Wal-Mart carries these to. I put Remote Start with Remote Doors, Windows, and Extra's on my 95' Silverado, WORKS GREAT!!!
it sounds like it is in the door lock actuator and the security mode itself now if you have a remote starter installed you may have to take it back to the person who installed it because the problem maybe in your security system