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This is actually a safety feature the green wire connects to the parking brake switch and when the break is engaged, the unit will work. Now if you really want to do this here we go, but do not try to sue me if you get into an accident while watching TV when you should be driving.
1) Locate the green (or whatever color wire the installation guide tells you is the parking brake inter-lock.
2) Attach a spst switch to ground and mount the switch in an accessible location.
3) Connect the other end o the switch to the interlock wire.
That is it now when you start up your vehicle the switch should be in the off position, after the vehicle is started throw the switch to the on position and the unit should be able to be turned on.
Now the reason I say use the switch is because some manufactures realize people are doing exactly what you are and are grounding out the wire some what they did was add initial ground sensing, which shuts the unit off if it senses a continuous ground without an open at some point.
I hope this helps,
If you require a transponder in order to start the vehicle, it could be a few problems, could be the immobilizer transponder fob, or the immobilizer antenna, or even the immobilizer brain or relay. Few steps to tell, if the LED light doesn't go out for the immobilizer its the transponder fob. If the light does go out then it could be the antenna, brain or relay. These are the problem areas that can be diagnosed.
what type of vehicle and year is it in? Also, most remote start alarms have a neutral safety wire that needs to be grounded and a hood-pin wire that needs to be connected. If the start system was working and has since failed, it is pointing at the hood-pin wire. If it never started remotely, then you may look to the programming on the alarm. Make sure that the tachometer wire is connected and that the tach setting has been programmed. This should take care of it. If not, I would recommend visiting a local stereo shop to have them diagnose what is wrong with the system.
several things it could be
relay is bad
computer going bad
over heat saftey feature thats killing the power so you dont crack your block
make sure your fan is running and hook power to fan direct to an power fuse this is when you turn the key to on the fan starts running you can also add a toggle switch to cooling fan so when in accessory it wont run down battery
your vehicle is equipeted with an electric cooling fan if this shuts off your vehicle over heats and shuts off
this ensures vehicle is always running cool
im a service manager at a Subaru dealer. The security system is in valet mode. Open the drivers door, with the drivers door open hold the small unlock button on the remote and keep holding it until the light stops flashing.