Question about Remote Starter with Keyless Entry

Open Question

Crimestopper remote start won't sense tach signal when unit is cold

Unit will start and kill truck 3 times when control module is cold. I can warm module with blow dryer and it will work perfectly. It will not sense the tach signal when unit is cold. It doesn't matter about the engine just if the brain of the remote start unit is cold.

Posted by Anonymous on

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Remote starter wont stay started when cold


This is a common problem for remote start units that are installed utilizing the virtual tach (tachless) mode for RPM sensing. For the most part, it is a convenience for installation but it is not the most reliable. The only way to fix this is to have the tach wire of the remote start system connected.

Dec 02, 2011 | 1401 Remote Start/Keyless Entry System

1 Answer

Will not start cold


This is a common problem for remote start units that are installed utilizing the Smart Start (tachless) mode for RPM sensing. For the most part, it is a convenience for installation but it is not the most reliable. The only way to fix this is to have the tach wire of the remote start system connected.

Nov 10, 2011 | Omega MARS-22 Remote Vehicle Starter with...

2 Answers

How to program a crimestopper remote control model #chx433tx


To program this remote-

1) Open hood or ground GREY wire @ pin #7 on 12 pin connector coming from Crimestopper control module usually located under dash.

2) Turn key to on position.

3) Press red programming button coming from module 4 times, after a few seconds the parking lights on vehicle should flash 4 times.

4) Press button #1 pause, #2 pause, #3 pause, #4 pause on the remote you are programming, the lights should flash after ever button push. After all four codes (buttons) are learned, the unit will exit code learning mode. If not, turn off key and close hood. Hope this helps......BUZZ

Mar 07, 2011 | 4-Button Remote Start/Keyless Entry with...

1 Answer

Hi, I have been recently having a problem with my remote starter. It's been working fine for probably 6 months but now when I go to start my car the engine turns on and then turns off right away. I...


If your system is installed in the tachless configuration, you may experience starting problems in cold weather. For some vehicles, this configuration works fine but in others it can be problematic in the cold. The procedure you described is for tach learning. This procedure only works if the tach wire is connected and the module is programmed for tach sensing. You should have the shop that installed the system check and correct the problem.
If you are mechanically inclined and comfortable with working with the automotive electrical systems, you can attempt to make the connections and programming yourself.

The installation manual can be downloaded from here.
You want to connect the green/orange wire to the vehicle's tach source. You did not mention what year, make and model vehicle you have so I am not able to tell you what wire you need to interface. Once the connection is made, you will need to follow the procedure on page 4 of the manual for bank 3 option 5. You want to set it to tachometer input checking mode. See page 22 for the tach learning procedure, once the system learns the tach signal, your system should function properly.

Jan 23, 2011 | APS997N TwoWay Remote Start with Keyless...

1 Answer

I live in Michigan. I have a Viper remote start and security system. When the temperature is below 30 degrees I have the following problem. When I try to remote start my vehicle, it starts, runs for 2-3...


The remote start has has a status option for it to know when the car has started and for it to keep it running. Most techs do it the lazy way and just set the option to voltage sense. You have to have a tech hook up the tach wire to the remote start and then program it for tach sense.

Jan 16, 2011 | Remote Start System

1 Answer

Oil Pressure Problems on a 1988 Iszuzu Trooper


This engine is only the 4ZE1 2.6L EFI in the USA spec-models. The engine will run for a very long time with proper maintenance. Oil pressure falling only after warm-up indicates that the oil, when cold, is thick enough to make the pressure sending unit sense the oil. When it heats up the sending unit may not detect it as the oil thins out. The sending unit is what makes the gauge give an indicator its signal.

I would check the sending unit first, as your concern does not indicate a clattering engine or other problem. This model engine has a circuit that shorts the ignition to ground and kills the engine if the oil pressure ACTUALLY falls below a set minimum. Indicators of this problem are a loud clattering in the engine, as well an engine that will start and then stall for no reason.

Good luck!

Jul 18, 2010 | 1988 Isuzu Trooper 2 Door

2 Answers

Have installed the Bulldog remote starter in my 2005 jeep liberty. I have to hit the button several times to get it started. I have already changed the jeep's battery.


There is some sort of a feedback to tell the starter if the unit is running - make sure you have the 'tach feedback' connected. There are settings for it to run the starter for specific length of time, or for it to know that it started by the tach feedback. Check your users' manual.

Dec 29, 2009 | Remote Starter with Keyless Entry

1 Answer

I have a crimestopper security system and the remote 1 way EZ Start remote (cs-34 II TX) battery keeps dying. How do I repair


if the battery keeps dying on your remote it probably has a bad contact somewhere inside you could order a new one from www.crimestopper.com you would have to have your unit model number for them to help you that is located on the unit under your dash

Oct 28, 2009 | Crimestopper CS34II Remote 4but rs1304...

1 Answer

When the car is warm after a while it is hard to start, takes a few cranks. when it starts it smells like fuel. on cold start it is fine.


Kinda sounds like the ECM or "start mixture" control module is faulty or is getting a bad input from a sensor. For example, it man not be getting a proper temperature sense from the exhaust manifold or the intake manifold water temp sensor. So, every start seems like a cold start....

If your cold start is on a "cold" engine - fine. If your cold start is on a "warm" engine - problem. Mixture is too rich for a warm engine.

Again, could be sensor sending a bad temp signal... or the control module not responding to the signal.

A bit too complicated a problem to exactly troubleshoot via long distance... but you now have a starting point.... -Jim

Oct 23, 2009 | Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Cars & Trucks

2 Answers

1997 gmc truck remote start system not letting truck start with in ,i un plug and it fires right back up,if i plug remote start in it wont start with key but will with remote ,i unplug remote key will...


IF ENGINE CRANKS BUT NOT START -, sounds like a short in the tach wire, plug remote starter in and cut the tach wire to the engine for the remote starter. if the truck starts then you remote starter module is faulty.

IF ENGINE WON'T KRANK -, then there is a starter kill hooked in with it. if you bypass this you should be fine. just follow yellow wire from ignition switch till you find where it is cut. rejoin these two yellow wires and you should be good to go

Mar 07, 2009 | 1995-1997 Chevy 1500 Truck Ignition...

Not finding what you are looking for?
Remote Starter with Keyless Entry Logo

Related Topics:

20 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Bulldog Security Vehicle Parts & Accessories Experts

Matthew Spark
Matthew Spark

Level 3 Expert

1066 Answers

John
John

Level 2 Expert

509 Answers

kakima

Level 3 Expert

102366 Answers

Are you a Bulldog Security Vehicle Part and Accessory Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...