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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.
The remote start system has been improperly installed. This is a common occurrence for the vehicle that you have. To correct the problem, you need to make sure that the vehicle's primary ignition (pink), ignition #2 (orange) and ignition #3 (white) wires are connected to separate ignition sources from the remote starter. This may require the addition of relays depending on the number of high current ignition outputs available from the remote start module. If you have the model #25622 remote start installed than you need 2 extra relays. The relay terminals need to be wired as follows:
30 = to vehicle extra ignition wire 87 = to 12V constant source (fused at 20A) 87a = no connection 86 = to r/s module thick green wire 85 = to chassis ground
The PATS bypass module should have disconnected during the new key programming. First, you need two programmed keys present. Put the first key in the ignition, turn ignition on, wait for security light to go out. Remove key, immediately put second key in the ignition and turn ignition on. Wait for the security light to go out, remote start vehicle with controller, immediately remove key. Let the vehicle start and run for approximately 10 seconds. Apply brake to shutdown, wait approximately 10 seconds. Remote start to test. If vehicle does not start, repeat process.
No, this is not correct, did you have to give up a key, or did he use a bypass module, either way, you can check next time it won't start by putting your key into the ignition and leaving it in the off position, then try to remote start it, if it starts then your installer needs to reposition the transponder loop around the ign switch or reposition the "key in the box"