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Galaxy 2000 RS Remote Starter

When I press the start button, the 2 way remote control operates normally by beeping, but will not engage the starter motor of my vehicle. The remote starter battery is new. The unit was purchased, and professionally installed, and has worked well for the past two winters. This year it just won't engage the starter motor. Help please. Thank you yes the parking lights flash six time when i push the button on the 2-way remote

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  • mopspci Sep 06, 2008

    no the battery is fine

  • mopspci Sep 06, 2008

    i don't no what you main by trace the wiring that goes to the ignition harness

  • mopspci Sep 06, 2008

    When I press the start button, the 2 way remote control operates normally by beeping, but will not engage the starter motor of my vehicle. The remote starter battery is new. The unit was purchased, and professionally installed, and has worked well for the past two winters. This year it just won't engage the starter motor. the parking lights flash six time when i push the button on the 2-way remote in the car is ford escort 1993

  • mopspci Sep 06, 2008

    no the website did not help http://www.efunctional.com/scy2000rsm.ht... .


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There could be sevral reasons for this problem 1 there is either a loose positive wire or a loose ground for your ignition circuit from the remote starter module to the starter.(I would start at this first) 2 there is a relay that enegizes the circuit once you hit the button on the remote(This relay is in the junction box under the hood) 3 there is an internal problem with the module itself( Considering that the unit is 2 years old and is exposed to extreme heat and cold under the hood is a good possibilty) In a problem like this it is always wise to check loose or broken wires first. this includes the connection themselves. this is time consuming but nine times out of ten is often overlooked. now the unit itself is hard wired into your system which means there is always a fuse a fusable link or a relay. this is to protect the circuit as well as the componants. most often times people forget this basic fact. finally the unit itself even though you may think it's not possible, the life of electonics on vehicles isn't as good as you think, and considering you have no trouble starting the vehicle with the key tells you that it's not a problem with the ignition of the vehicle. these are the options to consider hope this answers your questions please rate thanks. if you need any more help just click on my name on the site

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Can you activate the starter motor manually (make it run without the remote) just to isolate where should we point our noses in.

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It sounds like the control unit has lost it's programming to the starter circuit. (in other words, the control for the unit is corrupt).
The control units have a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer.

So my first call would be to the place that installed it, and ask what their policy is for module control replacement.
If they won't cover it, contact the manufacturer, they should send you a replacement (you will probably need the information off of the unit for them)

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  • Coss Sep 06, 2008

    One thing to be careful of. Since these units are under a lifetime warranty, opening the control unit, may void the warranty

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Frequency problem due to moisture on the remote circuit ,just open the device clean the mini circuit located in the remote through a moist tissue and also blow hot air with the help of hair dryer on the circuit for a minite on that circuit ,it will work.as this same problem is faced by many of the clients due to moisture.
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Hi ,

i've searched to find a solution of your problem , then i have found this website that may help you http://www.efunctional.com/scy2000rsm.html .

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Sounds like the circuit that engages the starter system is not working. Are you able to trace the wiring that goes to the ignition harness?

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    I will assume you can start the car using the key in the ignition, in which case the problem is definitely with the remote system. But you also stated that the vehicle lights flash when you push the button, which means the receiver is working. That only leaves the relay circuit which engages the car starter. It sounds like you are not equipped to troubleshoot the problem yourself, hopefully someone on this forum can help you, otherwise you may have to take it to a car audio/electronics shop.

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If everything else seems to be working fine I would suggest to double check the battery and the starter motor. not enought power to start up? Thats what comes to mind.

I'm not a professional car repair tech, you may ask other experts for advice

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Ekse

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