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Galaxy 2100RS Just installed a Galaxy 2100RS in a 2004 Suburban. It starts the vehicle OK. After starting there is a brake indicator light illuminated and there is a SERVICE 4WD indicated. Stepping on the brake will clear the idiot lights but the SERVICE 4WD is still present. To clear this alarm it is necessary to turn off the engine and restart. Has not worked correctly since installation. Any suggestions?? Thanks for your help. Roger Curtis

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If this vehicle has a white wire in the ignition harness it needs powered by the ignition out of the remote start if your remote start doesnt have a second ignition use relay not poering this wire will ruin your transmission the white wire must have power this should solve your problem dont use remote start until you fix this problem or it will cost alot of money.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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    go to bulldog security.com and look up your vehicle it tells you this i have that remote start and it works great

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