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The remote start is suppose to try 3 times to start and after the third time if it hasnt started then it won't try again until you press the buttons. This sounds like you may be having a problem with the transponder interface that allows the car to stay running after it has been started. You can look on the dashboard and there is a red light that comes on when your igniton is first turned on then shuts off. If that light is flashing when you are trying to remote start it,then the transponder interface is the problem.
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Your radio is made by CLARION and the only CLARION code
available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if
your radio alsohas a BARCODE SERIAL
NUMBER beginning with C 7000000 + + +
+on a label somewhere on the metal
If not then it will only be available fromyour Main Dealer or a Radio Decoding Service or
your local Car Radio / Audio Store who will connect a laptop to read/recode the
memory chip (EEPROM) inside your radio
Press and hold Function (f) for 12 seconds.
Press and hold Lock for 2 seconds
(The keypad will light up)
If the green light by the lock button shows keypad lock on/off (no light).
Press lock- green light comes on.
Press and hold f for 2 seconds
Press and hold f or wait 30 seconds for it to time out and the amber light turn off.
There is a fix for this, part number D82-0544 is a CAV stop solenoid without immobiliser. (only has 1 terminal as aposed to 3) if you buy one from a local motor factor (about £15), replace it with what is on yours.
To do this, you need to find which of the 3 Black wires to take to the new single terminal.. simply turn on the ignition, find which wire now has 12v and that goes to the stop solenoid, tape the other two back. You'll never get another immobiliser issue :o)