I'll keep this short:
Installed Evo-One with a CarLink ASCL6 in a 2004 Cavalier sedan (factory installed keyless entry). Applicable wires are connected with one caveat... The directions show the white wire of the Evo going to an IGN2, however, after much research and probing, I don't belive this vehicle has one. It does, however, have a brown ACC2 wire (Function 2 was changed to reflect this).
ASCL6 was learned (learnt? whatever) just fine and the app shows battery, location, door status, etc. It also -does- let me lock/unlock, open trunk, and attempt a remote start.
After yet more probing and testing with a test light, I confirmed that my (all the following relate to the 6 pin power connector) red wire receives 12v+ constant, the black is well grounded, and during an attempted start sequence, both the orange and white wires receive 12v+ for a few seconds before shutting off. The pink wire (ignition) receives about half a second of 12v+, and the yellow (starter) gets absolutely nothing.
I have it set to tachless per directions, foot brake 'off' (I probed that wire as well, and it receives 12v+ when pedal is depressed, and 0v otherwise), hood pin is installed but disconnected for the time being (so not grounded, though I tried with it grounded anyway but no dice). Firmware for remote start and bypass is 1.25/70.18 respectively (reccomended versions).
I must confess, I did intially mess up and connected the yellow wire from the 20 pin plug to the yellow wires of the vehicle/6-pin plug. I did fix this (connected to the pink now), but no difference.
Parking lights are hooked up to a standalone LED for install purposes and when attempting to start they (it) turns on, then flashes once. Only once. I've tried multiple back-to-back attempts (mainly when checking which wires were getting power).
Car starts and runs fine with the key. Factory keyfob does what it always it (apparently this isnt a supported vehicle for 3x start... I tried anyway, but figured it wouldn't work).
I did set it up for diesel mode here recently, only to give it a moment from powering accessories to activating the starter (its my wifes car, and she doesnt like 'rushing' it). I saw this mentioned elseware and it doesnt seem like it would have any adverse effects. I mean... Not like it was working in the first place so.......
Anyway, thats where I'm at. Why isnt this Evo One sending power to the starter wire? Thanks for any help!
Edit: Okay, so not so short...