Question about 831002/4100 4100 REMOTE START SYSTEM WITH 2 AUXILIARY CHANNELS
Relays are activated when they receive a Positive (+) or Ground (-) Signal depending on the system design, in the case of the Starter Relay, the signal comes from the Ignition Switch when turned to the START position. The remote starter also sends the same signal to the Relay to activate the Starter and CUTS it OFF when the Remote Starter Module receives the signal that the engine is running. In this case, the Relay signal does not CUT OFF and keeps sending the signal to the Starter, usually this signal is send by a Relay integrated and controlled by the Remote Starter Module. I believe this relay is defective and getting sticky, reason why the Starter keeps running after engine starts. I suggest to take vehicle to an Alarm Shop and let them fix your problem.
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Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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