I have an 89 chevy camaro. the starter is good. i found out that all the wires are getting power. but the wire that goes to the silenoid isn't getting power. can you help me. i was told to check the relay switch. i don't know where that is. or that it could be my nutral switch. again i don't know where that is. Help please!!!
Your neutral switch is in your gear shift. it's just a little button on the shifter if it's an automatic... and if standard it''ll engange when you push the clutch in... your ignition switch might be fried if you are turning the key and the wire is getting no power..
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I have had the same issue and I tried until I found the problem. 1) I had no power to my remote wire. (The wire that only allows the radio to work when the care ignition is on.) 2) The radio has a fuse or maybe two. But the auto mobile may have blown its fuse. In my case it was the remote fuse. 3) I have had a bad ground and only need to find a good place. 4) I have even found insufficient power to my radio because too many devices were also using that power. 5) Heck I have even forgot to start the care or at least turn the ignition. 6) My battery was so dead it couldnt even power my radio.
the unit connects to your two starter wires (thick wires, i believe one is solid yellow and one is yellow with a black stripe) from your ignition switch. make sure these connections are clean and tight. if they arent, take care of them and you should be all set. if they're okay though, and you do want to unwire the system, you can cut the wires, but do it close to where they're tapped into the car's wiring. and do it one at a time and tape up the exposed wiring. one of those starter wires is going to be cut and routed into and out of the remote starter's module, cut the connection to the module and reconnect it like it originally was. if there are any other factory wires in the truck that were cut to be run to the module, do the same. disconnect them from the module and reconnect them to eachother.
4" x 6" Kick Panels
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6" x 9" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
check your wiring in your vehicle to make sure that the yellow wire from the stereo gets "constant" power. It it what keeps your stereo's memory, and powers the audio amp in the stereo. If this wire is loosing power when you shut the key off in your car, you will loose all of your settings...bass, treble, tuner, clock, and also where you left off on your CD.
You didn't cut the plastic connectors off the factory wiring, did you? One is gray and one black.... if not, just get to a stereo shop and buy a wiring kit for your car and all colors will match. They're about $10.
If you DID..... well.....
we have a LOT of work to do....