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Vehicle shuts off after remote start

After I tremote start the vehicle, it runs for about 20-30 seconds then shuts off.

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    04 dodge ram. same problem. can the brake wire cause this

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I will need to know the make and model of your car to answear this possitively but this sounds like a problem with your bypass module. That is if your car has a immobility system. an easy way to check this is stick your key in the ignition "Do not turn the key" just insert it in the ignition then hit the remote start. if the car does not shut down that is where your problem lies. if the car still shuts down then your problem is due to either a bad brain or faulty wiring.

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I have a 2004 Ford Ranger and when I try to remote start it, it starts but it sounds like its trying to start it again and then shuts off


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