You got more balls than i do :) I am confused what do you mean by ignition switch? typically on a remote starter you tap into the wires and you can do that under the column cover or meet the harness where it goes to the underdash. I want a remote starter but with the electrical system in the vous its a P.I.T.A. you got the passkey you gotta have an extra one, the alarm bypass. and other stuff. here is a list i found that will tell you most of what you have to do RENDEZVOUS 2002 -2003 GM's PK3 TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT System, Requires 791 Module and Extra Ignition Key PART COLOR LOCATION DIAGRAM
Wire cluster under dash by driver's foot. Installation kit should include a wire chart indicating what color wires are to be used
The large one from the positive side of the battery attaches to the large post mounted on the starter solenoid and a smaller purple wire that attaches to the small post on the starter solenoid marked "S". The small post on the starter solenoid marked "R" is not used with that vehicle. Any accessory power wires would also attach to the large post on the starter solenoid.
A car remote starter is used to start your car when you are not in it. It is good for cold days or hot days when you wish to warm up or cool down your car before you get inside of it.
A remote control is used to control an electronic device form a distance without wires. It uses infrared or radio frequencies to transmit the data to the device.
A remote starter switch that most mechanics have in their tool box or a simple jumper wire will work.
The starter should only be making noise if you attempt to start the car and the starter is going bad. It is possible that the remote starter is bypassing the mechanical starter. Starters are very easy to replace. Be sure to disconnect the car battery before doing so.
the starter solenoid is incorporated with the starter. you'll find two wires going to the starter. one is the control wire which actuates the contactor (starter solenoid) for the high amp circuit that drives the starter motor. and then there is the switch in the steering column that is used with the key.
Yellow(starter relay) and Dark blue(ignition run/start).
Red is used for a swithced positive circuit. Yellow is used for a constant positive circuit. Black is used for ground.
If your starter is dead you can start it with a set of jumper cables. You have to hook them up to car that is running and it needs a starter, so at the end of the day you used a starter even if it wasn't on your car. Yes, you can start a car without a starter. The easiest way to by push starting it if it's a manual transmission.
If the lights on the dash all light up but does not crank, this is probably the immobilizer system killing the starter. This is only with cars with a chip in the key and when they put the remote starter in they used a 556u peice and probably took one of your chip keys and installed it in the car. When they wrapped the windings around your key cylinder to "trick the car to thinking the key is being used" they may not have secured it properly. If this car doesn't have a chip key then I'd check to make sure the starter wire (Starter side) is hooked up. On directed electronics products its usually a thick purple wire
When my starter went out and i replaced it, I used the same bolts and just slid it into the place where the old starter went. ( I had a KA24DE DOHC) I put it back in connected all the wires and she fired right up for me =) Good luck
Disconnect battery. remove to bolts holding starter, may have to remove tranny dust shield for room to move starter around to get it out will be wires on syl remove them if shims are used dont replace unless starter makes noise after replaced
They all should be attached to a wiring harness un less your install a radio then not all wires will be attached to the after market harness in most cases the wires that are not attached can be used to hook up subwoofers
Any wires big enough to fit on the big "B" post of the starter go there. Smaller wires go to the small "S" terminal of the starter. The small "R" terminal is not used; it is vestigial. Exceptions: Any wires that would fit on "B" terminal but won't reach are ground wires. These go to one of the mounting bolts. Next time, for Zod's sake, pay attention when you're taking something apart, Nimnode.
It serves as the same on a car/truck etc. It is a group of wires around a metalic core, which produces a magnetic field used for the starter.
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