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oem fob wont unlock doors and obdii powers my HUD when tundra not running

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2017 tundra. so, i installed the evo one using the thar toy7.  i also added the evo start 2.  install and programing seemed to go well.  But now my oem fob wont let me unlock the doors and when my truck is not runnuin, my aftermarket OBDII powered Head up display turns on and off making a beep sound every 20 seconds or so.  I must have made a bad choice in the programing phaze.
asked Dec 25, 2020 in Toyota by marockus (180 points)

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Disconnect your obd dongle and see if problems persist
answered Dec 25, 2020 by Robert T (279,440 points)
yes, thats the first thing i tried.  the doors locks still dont unlock after using the oem remote to start the truck,  as well as with the evo-start 2 app.  in fact the evo start 2 app doesnt activate the locks at all, but shows the truck as being locked or unlocked on the screen.
Ok, i misunderstood.

If the OEM fob dies out once the vehicle is running, the main reason that i have seen would be that the vehicle is equipped with a factory remote starter. If that's the case, it needs to be completely removed (same for any Toyota/Lexus, oem starters need to be removed).

 

EVO-START controlling the doorlocks should always be functional though but the pressence of an oem remote starter could affect the can codes.
thats right,  i finally figured out how to remove to oem remote start unit.  all good now
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