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APS57C model, locks work great, won't crank engine however, tried your tips on initializing the tach signal and tried to initialize using your tips without tach signal HELP :)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remote starter wont work
there are a number of things you need to check.Make sure you have all of your voltages,acc,ign,constant12v.Make sure you have a good tach signal.On the Auto start brands a goood ground is needed.make sure your brake wire is connected.If there is a nuetral saftey wire,please connect it to ground.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: I have 1999 Toyota Highlander
Check the hood pin switch. It's located under the hood around the edge of the engine compartment. It's designed to make contact with the hood when the hood is closed. Also, check for a remote start shutdown toggle switch under the dash.
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
SOURCE: I installed prostart remote starter in 2002 Sonoma,used xpresskit bypass module to bypass passlock 2, truck started with remote ,now won;t start with remote,have to reset and start with truck key
If you are sure that everything is connected properly, then the only explanation could the ground when running from the remote starter to the bypass. If you are using data to data(D2D), switch over to wire to wire. Test the ground when running connection from the remote starter (white) to the ground when running connection of the Xpresskit (blue). You could even go so far as to connect the ground when running of the bypass to constant ground for the test. You CANNOT leave this wire connected to chassis ground.
Also, that vehicle has a second ignition wire(white) that MUST BE power up for remote start. If not, it will trigger the check engine light.
Posted on Oct 02, 2012
SOURCE: aps57c can't learn tachometer
Yes, the seven flashes indicate that the system did not learn tach. Do you have the tach wire connected at the coil or an injector? If so, turn the ignition on, press and release the programming button three times, turn the ignition off. Press and hold the programming button, start the vehicle. Continue to hold the programming button. The parking light should be flashing at this time. after about 15 seconds, release the programming button, the parkings will come solid and then go off. Turn the vehicle off, the tach is now programmed. Test the system.
If the tach wire is not connected, you can program the system for tachless/voltage.
Turn the ignition on, press and release the programming button three times, turn the ignition off. Turn the ignition on,off, on, then press the programming button 5 times ( the parking lights will flash five times, press the lock button on the remote three times. This will put your setting at voltage. The setting for crank time is still set at averging so, you will have to start the vehicle four(4) times with the key so the remote starter can average the crank time.
Posted on Oct 03, 2012
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