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Prostart remote starter is blowing one of the 12v battery red wires and not engaging the starter it works if you start the vehicle then use it to stay runing with the key off but wont start the vehicle

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See the diagram attached. and fix it. God bless you
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Sounds as if the device is now out of the warrenty by now. any Devices like this are common to break down. Im surprised you got 6 years out of the bugger. the companys want you to buy new ones. you can try checking the prostart website fora replacement remote, but the cheapest way out is to goto a wall mart and get a new remote start.

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