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Parking lights no longer turn on when using remote car starter

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Malfuntion in remote or blown fuse in the car

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SOURCE: 1999 Explorer AWD. When using remote starter it has begun to take longer to operate and my lights no longer come on when I do use it.

sounds like a starter problem

Posted on Dec 07, 2012

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SOURCE: Remote car starter won't work in cold weather

they can cause all kinds of issues with vehicles, especially wiring issues.

Posted on Dec 11, 2013

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Troubleshooting Tips For Your Car Starter
  • If your car is simply not responding when you activate your remote car starter, it is usually due to one of two problems. Either your remote is not working, or your receiver is not functioning properly. Most remotes will have an LED light to indicate that the remote is working. If the LED light is flashing when the remote is engaged, the remote is functional. Check the receiver by ensuring the receiver wire is connected properly.
  • If your car is indicating a response to the remote car starter (i.e. the lights flash or the horn honks briefly) but not starting, you probably have an issue with your hood pin switch or your taillights, or parking lights may be defective. Another possibility is that you have blown fuses in your main power source. If you cannot determine that these are the causes of the malfunction, take your car back to the company or service that performed the installation.
  • If your vehicle is responding to the remote car starter and the engine turns over but will not start, it may be caused by a factory-installed immobilizer system, or OEM. Factory-installed OEMs are activated by a computer chip in your ignition key. In order to test for a problem with you car's OEM, place the key in the ignition and employ the remote car starter. If the car starts, you definitely have a problem with the vehicle's OEM, and you may need to purchase a "transponder" to bypass the OEM.
  • If you lose your remote for your car starter, do not worry. Most remote car starters are equipped with multiple security features to ensure the safety of your vehicle while it is idling. The car simply will not run without the key. And, once you replace the remote and program it into the system, your old remote will no longer function.
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Need to find out what fuse control the lights for my remote starter when i use the remote stater the light suppose to come on that why i need to know what fuse is it or is it a electric problem


the parking light wire for this ford is brown, it is usually hooked up to the wire behind your head light switch, depending what brand remote starter you have, it might not be hooked up

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Bring it over I'll fix it right and not charge overpriced amount

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