Auto command remote start is not working properly on a 2005 dodge stratus. Unlock,lock and trunk pop work normally. Sometimes the car will die a minute or 2 after it is remotely started. Can anyone help?
The problem is your car is equiped with a passlock system you need a by pass mod. part number 555-L this is a dei part number this is the only company i use. it is a simple three wire hook up. if you got this far you will not have any trouble. one other thing to check is your ignition wirers make sure they have power when they are suposed to.if your still having problems or need more info on getting part let me know. i have alot of exp. with auto starts and keyless entry.
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The buttons for lock, unlock and trunk open are clearly marked. the asterisk controls the remote starter (if available). press and release one time, the parking light should flash one time confirming receipt of the command. If one time doesn't work, press the button twice.
I'm curious to know how it is that you installed this power trunk release. My research tells me that it doesn't exist for this year Camry. However, if it does exist it's more than likely a reverse polarity wire requiring a relay and a diode. How are you opening the trunk from inside the car, with a release handle or are you pressing a button? If you added a power solenoid to the trunk release you probably had to add a relay with 12 volt power. Check your connections and (hopefully) the fuse for the 2 volt power source.
The Camry you purchased may not be equipped with a power trunk. Press and hold the trunk button for appoximately 4 seconds. The trunk should release if the wire is connected and, you have a power trunk. The Camry (and other toyotas) require a double pulse on the unlock wire. If the double pulse is not programmed the aftermarket unit will mimic the factory keyless entry. One press of the unlock button opens the drivers door. Immediately press the unlock button again to unlock the other doors.
Reprogram the remote: turn ignition on, press and release valet switch one time. Press and hold valet switch. While holding valet switch, press lock button on remote. The alarm should chirp to confirm entry into the programming mode (when you press and hold the valet button) and when you press the lock button. Turn ignition off. Test remote.
Most car alarms and remote starters will only provide a low current negative output for trunk release which is not enough to power the solenoid directly. I am not familiar with that brand. Please check your installation manual. If that is the case you must wire a relay to control the solenoid on the trunk. On the relay there will be numbers: 30 and 85 will be battery power through at least a 10 amp fuse. 87 will be your 12 volt wire to the solenoid. 86 will be your trunk output from the alarm brain. 87a will not be used. Also make sure the solenoid is properly ground.
It is that way because you wouldnt want the car starting when you have it it in your pocket or purse.
Sounds like the keypad contacts may need cleaning, or have been bent/broken/etc.
Have you tried another (backup) keyfob?
Please do this and report back.
If you are having problems, the installer should troubleshoot for you for free.