TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDES

Deluxe 500 Remote Starter Install Video
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ADDENDUM

If you have an RS1100 or RS1200 and your vehicle runs for several seconds, shuts off, restarts, runs, and shuts off again, perform the following step: Connect the Black/White tach wire (from the 16 pin plug) to the heavy gauge White Ignition 1 wire and program the unit for Tach Mode (bottom of page 19).


IF YOUR REMOTE STARTER IS CLICKING AND/OR FLASHING THE PARKING LIGHTS AND IS NOT RESPONDING TO THE REMOTE, IT IS IN SAFE MODE AND NEEDS TO BE INITIALIZED BY DOING THE FOLLOWING:

If you have a 4 button remote, you must ground the black/blue hood pin wire (raise hood if hood switch is installed). Apply 12volts to blue/black brake wire (press and hold brake pedal if wire is installed). Press and hold any button on your remote until clicking and flashing stops. Unit will now respond to the remote. Remove ground from hood pin wire and voltage from brake wire. If you have a 2 button remote, hold brake and press any button on the remote until clicking and flashing stops.


These files are provided for quick reference. You can view them in your browser and print for personal use.
Remote Starter-Relay Harness Test
RS1100(114),1200 and 1300 Starter Test
Testing Resistance Settings for the Passlock 2 Systems
Troubleshooting 721 bypass for VATS (Passkey) systems
Troubleshooting 721 bypass for Passlock I systems
Troubleshooting 721 bypass for Passlock II systems
Troubleshooting 781 bypass for VATS (Passkey) systems
Troubleshooting 781 bypass for Passlock I systems
Troubleshooting 781 bypass for Passlock II systems
Troubleshooting 781 bypass for Transponder systems
Troubleshooting for all DIY alarms
Troubleshooting for all Remote Starters
Troubleshooting for all KE units
Troubleshooting for the 1402 units
Tach settings for Remote Starter units
Type C - Reverse Polarity Door Locking Systems
After-Market Door Lock Actuators
Trunk Pop Actuators
Brake Isolation Circuit
Clearing the Memory E-Prom Remote Starters
Clearing the Memory EPROM on Deluxe Units
Clearing the Memory E-Prom on the 602
Clearing the Memory E-Prom for the Pro-Series Alarms
Clearing the Memory on the 791 Bypass Module
PDF Downloads
Door Lock Types
FASD Wire Chart