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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: remote control settings
There's two options, depending on the brand of remote. The most common is that the reciever located in the fan ceiling canopy has the same switches. Check how they are set and match it on the remote. The other option is that the reciever matches the frequency of whatever the remote is set to. To set this you have to turn off the circuit, wait a minute or so, turn it back on. Then on the remote, hold down the "stop" button for a few seconds. It should be set. I'd check the receiver first though. I should mention also, that when they come from the factory, the switches are usually all in the OFF position (or possibly all in the ON position). Unless they were changed on installation (which may be the case if you have more than one remote controlled fan) they are probably set that way. Try that first.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
No you dont have to reprogram the remotes. Please give as much info as you can about the problem. What is working and not working. Is every other function working with the unit. Is this an after market autostart or OEM (from FORD) or is it one of the vehicle security systems?
Posted on May 28, 2009
That noise you hear under the hood? That means you are close.
Can you locate it?
It is likely the relay that sends power to your starter.
If you have to, start at the solenoid. There is a thin wire (IN YOUR CASE MAYBE TWO) and two thicker wires. You are interested in the thin one(s). one should lead to a relay that looks aftermarket.
This should be the source of the noise you hear.
Comment me back when you find it. Include a description of wires attached to it. and if any look like thery came loose.
Like I said, you are very close
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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