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Old 02-09-2004, 05:13 AM   #6
netZ
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Join Date: Apr 2001
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: nj/nyc
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2007 Kia Optima
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From what I can tell of the diagram, there's no Ignition 2 on the Subaru Ignition Harness. The remote start unit's Accessory output should be used instead since it doesn't need to be powered when vehicle is starting (ie. when you manually start a vehicle the accessories are off).

This system doesn't seem to have a dedicated parking light output. You've got a couple of choices:

1) Connect the ACC output to the actual ACC wire off the ignition harness
2) Use the IGN2 output and split it for the parking lights and for a relay to invert it to ground for the clutch bypass. You could send ground to the non-ground side of the clutch wire to disable the starter interlock

Using the ACC output may not work since it may not send 12 volts during remote start. Verify using a multimeter.

Though you are pretty far in your install, for all other members thinking this is an easy install for a manual transmission think again.

Could you post up the other Sections as well?

netZ

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Originally posted by BritSti
Here is the schematic for the remote starter I am dealing with, what can I use here to ground out the relay while activating the remote start... if it looks like know status output means no ground, then I would need another relay to convert a positive signal (IGN2) to ground?


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