Remote start issue after install

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Theskoalbandit6
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Remote start issue after install

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I installed the maestro and a new jcv 740bt back in October, since the install my aftermarket remote starter has stopped working. Any suggestions?

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Re: Remote start issue after install

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What vehicle is this in? What brand is the remote start?
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Re: Remote start issue after install

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Vehicle is a 2012 jeep wrangler, remote start is a viper that was already installed when I purchased the car used.

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Have you tried disconnecting the RR to see if the vehicle remote starts again? Is your remote starter giving any diagnostics as to what may be preventing it from starting? The parking lights will usually flash a different number of times depending on the error type.
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Re: Remote start issue after install

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I have not tried un hooking it yet but will. No it gives no indication, the remote start operates as if the car has started, all gauges and lights and radio turn on but it does not even try and crank. It shows not fault because its detecting no fault i suppose

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