You just need to send ground to Green/Yellow Pin2/B106 connector. This will unlock the Starter Interlock allowing the starter motor to crank for remote start.
You can either connect Pin1 & Pin2 using the relay method or just send ground to Pin2. Either way is fine. Unfortunately based on the diagrams that you posted there doesn't seem to be a dedicated status output that could be used.
I would definitely use the IGN2 output to a 12 volt relay Pin 86, Ground to Pin 85 & Pin 87. Pin 30 to Pin2 off the clutch switch. When the remote start is initiated, IGN2 will output 12 volts to the relay and then Pin30 will send out ground to the Starter Interlock. Also, double check the relay b/c some owners have mentioned that their Cruise Control doesn't work. It's possible that the relay may have been wired wrong so that it sends Ground to the Clutch Switch all the time or the installer may have wired it incorrectly.
Originally posted by BritSti
Based on NetZ's input, if I am reading this right and can actually get my head around this 12 volt electrical stuff here are two bypass which may work..
Will try tonight.
Justin, once I make this work, I'll let you know.