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Old 11-15-2008, 12:12 PM   #1
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Default Remote starter and Keyless Entry install, advice needed.

I just received my Ultra Start G-11-xr remote starter/keyless entry. Its for my winter car so I do not need an alarm on it, just the essentials.

The car is a 90 Civic 4rd Sedan with OEM power locks.

This is my first time installing it and I have about 2/3 of the wires figured out. However, a couple I'm unsure of are as follows:

Diesel Wait to Start input (i'm assuming since its gasoline?)
Tach Detection input (a/c) (is this needed? i have the wire I would use but unsure if need it)
Re-arm output (-) 250mA
Dis-arm output (-) 250mA
Grouwnd While Running Output (-)

I also, received the instuctions for how to install it into my car (kind of or I wouldn't be asking this stuff)

What do I hook these up to:
dome light,
ignition 2,
ignition 3,
neutral safety switch,
reverse light,
key sense,

I have ideas of what I think needs to be done but not 100%. I haven't had time to research this (plan to tonight after work) Just wanted to get this up asap so people could help me out.

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Old 11-15-2008, 12:20 PM   #2
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Default Re: Remote starter and Keyless Entry install, advice needed. (vtecn8ive)

the system should have a website or sheet that tells you those wires...i used to have one by bulldog security and this may help:
search around some more and you should be good
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This should help you figure out what some of those wires are

-the diesel wait to start (don't need obviously, you don't have a diesel and don't need to wait for glow plugs to heat up)
-tach detection input (is needed, otherwise once you remote-start it wont have any idea if the car is running or not)
-the re-arm and dis-arm output (for if you have a factory alarm that you want the aftermarket alarm to now control)
ground while running(i think is just to activate a relay and turn something auxilliary on while its in remote start mode)
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