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Bulldog remote starter will not disengage

Tryed tachless mode and it still keeps starter engaged until I hit stop button or step on brake

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Had the same problem with my bulldos remote starter, got a different brand and no more problem.

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You will need to take the unit out of safety mode, to do this you will
need to ground the hood pin switch wire, then put your foot on the brake,
next hit any button on the remote and the clicking will stop. Then you will
need to take the hood pin switch wire off of ground and take your foot off
of the brake and see if the remote will work with the unit

if you have a 2 BUTTON REMOTE CONTROL:
You will need to take the unit out of safety mode, to do this you will
need to put your foot on the brake, next hit any button on the remote and
the clicking will stop. Then you will need to take your foot off of the
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You will need to take the unit out of safety mode, to do this you will
need to ground the hood pin switch wire, then put your foot on the brake,
next hit any button on the remote and the clicking will stop. Then you will
need to take the hood pin switch wire off of ground and take your foot off
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