Question about Directed 1100X TOYOTA/LEXUS DATA REMOTE START INTERFACE MODULE
Have got a Toyota Prado 2009 model but is no manual in the car and I can't get how the remote start. Have check that the remote start light on the dash board is not lit, have contact between the remote starter and the car, can lock and unlock tthe doors and also get info that the engine is off, but as soon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, I'd go back and tell them about the doorlock problem. I know that 2 years is a little late to start complaining, but it's most likely a really easy fix.
The most probably causes are that the power doorlock output was either not programmed, programmed incorrectly, or it's not connected or improperly connected to the vehicle servos. Have the installer check the programming, especially the doorlock pulse duration. It's also possible that the remote is simply not sending the doorlock signal. Could just be a bad button. Have them switch the doorlock function to the right "AUX" button temporarily and see if that works. But in any case, the system needs to be tested to find out exactly what is causing the doorlock failure.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
Does it only do it in one location, or wherever you are? If it's one location, it's likely one of the neighbors has a similarly coded remote that is triggering your start. If it happens randomly, and everywhere, the main unit has issues and should be repaired/replaced. I don't know if they still do, but DEI used to have a lifetime warranty on everything but their remotes.
There is a remote possibility that it's one of the remotes, as well. You could try pulling the battery out of a remote and wait to see if it happens again. If it does, put that battery back and do the same on the next. If all the remotes check out, and you don't have kids/dogs/cats playing with the remotes, it's back to the top of this reply.
Posted on Jul 06, 2011
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