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Csi-400 remote start will not start a 1995 e250 work van. lights flash eight times with no start.

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This sounds like an open door or a light switch turned on for inside lights. check the hood also

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Battery wire (red) should go from the battery of your van to the amp (+)
Ground wire (black) should go to the frame (metal) of your van and to the (-) of your amp

The blue wire should go from your amp to either the back of your stereo unit (remote accessory) or to the fuse box (accessory/ignition)

Left/Right audio should go to the subs.

If you are looking to install a new stereo into your van, they make a wiring harness that will fit the year and make of your van to get you going in no time.

All you do is buy that little wiring harness, and connect the wires on the back of your new stereo to the same colored wires on the harness, and plug the harness directly into your dash!

Super easy!

Hope this helps you out!

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Have you tried replacing all of your fuses? If that does'nt work check your ground........ I would check all your connections also could be a connection shorting out causing your red light to come on.

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