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Old 05-25-2010, 02:00 PM   #1
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Question help on remote start on 03 gsxr

got a alarm with remote start and i got the alarm part working but cant get the remote start to work i have power the gauges and fuel pump primes but how do i get past the clutch switch and im reading about i need to place a 100 ohm resitor some where any help would be thankfull
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Old 05-25-2010, 03:04 PM   #2
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You will have to park in N. Not a good idea if ya ask me. First time you park in gear on an incline and forget your in gear your fugged.
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Correct. Most remote starts provide a ground. You'll need to put a relay w power source off battery to energize the starter relay which in itself will not allow a ground side to your provided switch relay side if the bike is not in neutral, or you may need to bypass other safeties like a clutch switch or kickstand switch(kickstand nor neutral should have to be jumped since that's how the bike should be parked to actuate remote start anyways.)
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Just sounds like a bad idea.
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Basically its the same as turning the key and pressing the start button.

Safeties from the factory help prevent it lurching forward. If the key isnt cycled on within a predetermined time from the alarm it will cut out.

The remote start systems are literally a piggy back system that tie into the factory wiring w three crimp connections for the alarm, 2 or 1 crimps for flashing lights and one for remote start.
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