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Remote start/ 09 Camry installation

What are the absolute necessary wires and components for the remote start installation. Have the alarm system also but do not want to install. The locks work, flashes work upon lock and unlock. Remote start does not turn engine over and the box clicks when activated. Is hood switch required? Is Alarm Horn required? The directions are terribly inadequate and have not found concurring directions online.

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What brand is alarm? hood pin IS required,ground hood pin lead try to remote start

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You need to adjust the tachometer sensing wire, it usually wraps around a spark plug wire so I can sense when the car starts. On my spy alarm, the wire was grey. Hope this helps.

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Well done.....

Sounds to me like you've installed it correctly.

The only thing I could recommend at this point, is to scan your vehicle's PCM for OBDII fault codes - this will immediately identify which ignition circuit/component may have been disturbed during installation.


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