The service eng light stays on scaned the truck and it gave two 2-digit codes the first one 42 and also 44 code 42 = bypass or electronic spark timing (est) circuit 44= oxygen sensor or circuit lean exhaust detected so my question is does any one know how you would go about trying to pin point the problem or is there something that would be likeley to trigger codes 42 & 44 thanks for your time
The second code is generated by the first... since you have spark issues it causes the truck to run lean which in turn causes the lean exhaust code to show up... check your ignition coil, plugs and plug wires... your problem is more than likely in one of if not all of those areas...
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have to turn'd the key 2 and pressed button. also when you changed the battery in remote there is a little black square inside the key. that turns of the immobiliser has its own code that is keyed to your car if that part is missing you willl not be able to start engine..
Your alarm may have lost the tach signal, that was learned to it, when it was originally installed. That would cause the remote start to try starting the vehicle over and over again, until it finally stays running, because it can't read the engine speed to know it's running. If you can find the valet push button switch in your vehicle, try this; Start your car with the key and immediately after it starts, press and hold that valet push button switch until the alarm led on the dash stays lit up or the park lights flash. Then, release the valet switch, shut the car off and try remote starting it. That is the procedure to re-learn the tach signal. Hope it works for you.
If your vehicle has daytime running lights they will be on when remote started no real way around that try leaving your parking brake on. The new vipers default setting is constant rather than flashing.
from http://www.crimestopper.com/techweb/InstructionBooks/RemoteStart/rs1300dp_1304dp_a_ops.pdf Note: All transmitter codes must be learned at time of programming!! The unit will learns up to 4 different transmitter codes. 1. Open Hood (If no hood pin installed with your system, then you must ground the Gray Hood pin wire). 2. Turn key to the ON position. (Pink wire must be connected.) 3. Press Programming button 4 times, then after a few seconds the unit flashes the parking lights 4 times. 4. Press button #1 of the transmitter to be coded. You should get 2 light flashes indicating the unit is waiting for a 2nd code, then press button #1 of a second transmitter, the unit will flash 3 times indicating its waiting for the 3rd code and so on. If all 4 codes are learned, the unit will automatically exit code learning mode, otherwise turn key off and close hood. See diagram below.