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Old 01-15-2006, 09:48 PM
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Remote start troubles. starts then shuts off.

When I remote start my car, the car starts, and runs for 10-15 seconds then shuts off. Any Ideas? 02 Altima, Autocommand remote starter, DEI 556U Bypass.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:56 PM
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no tach input?
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Old 01-15-2006, 10:19 PM
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no i did not hook up the tach wire, i didnt know it was necessary. Where should i connect it to?
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Old 01-17-2006, 04:40 AM
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i was about to say....didn't you email this question to me...then i realized that i PM'd yah back at 10pm yea, the tach wire is the problem. as i said in the pm
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Old 01-17-2006, 02:44 PM
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warx where in mass are you from? Im from Cumberland, RI. Thanks again for your help. It says that the tach wire is located at the ECM behind the glovebox but I cant find the ECM. Do you know how to access it?
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you can also connect it to an injector wire
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thanks for the heads up on the injector wire but i think it will be easier to splice it in within the car instead of running a wire through the firewall.
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Check and see if the unit is seeing the transponder(key). The 556u should be checked first. Remove the ring put you key in the ignition and remote start it, if it keeps running then the car is'nt seeing the key in the bypass.
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it's either the tach wire has to set or the key lost its coding. those are the only two options i see that is wrong.
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I usually hook up the tach either at the ECM or behind the guage cluster on the tach wire. Both usually work, but you just need to measure the voltage on the wires to make sure.
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Check and see if the unit is seeing the transponder(key). The 556u should be checked first. Remove the ring put you key in the ignition and remote start it, if it keeps running then the car is'nt seeing the key in the bypass.
That would be my first guess also.
Has this remote starter stopped working or is this a new install?
Tach wire is another possibility if this is a new install.
Running the wire through the firewall shouldn't be too much more trouble since you should already have wires through for the siren and the hood pin.
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