How to Use a Remote Starter Switch
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Ideally, remote starters should be installed by a qualified technician because improper installation can damage expensive vehicle control electronics. However, for someone familiar with electronics and vehicle repair, knowing how to install a remote starter in a car can save money on installation costs and eliminate the frustration of finding a qualified installer. While this article provides some general instructions for wiring a remote starter, it varies by vehicle and remote starter model. To install a remote starter in a car, disconnect the battery and remove the panel covering under the steering wheel. Next, connect the starter's black ground wire to the kick panel and solder the starter's power wire to the 12V wire attached to the car battery. Attach the accessory wire, then connect the ignition wire to the ignition output wire on the remote starter. Lastly, attach the starter wire and connect any security components you have.
If you can get to the starter, you hook up one side of the switch to the terminal that goes to the battery and the other side of the switch to the small terminal marked with and "S". The other small terminal you leave alone. Applying power to this terminal will damage the starter.
Using a remote starter switch on a vehicle is like a third hand when diagnosing vehicle problems. The remote starter switch allows you to "turn over" or "crank" the engine without actually running the engine. This comes in handy for conducting certain tests, such as compression or finding the high side of an engine cylinder. By following a basic process you can place the in-line switch temporarily on your vehicle, saving you the need to get a helper for a diagnosing situation. Place the car in the "parked" position on the gearshift and engage the parking brake.