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key override all not programming correctly

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I have a 2006 toyota rav4. I have installed key override all bypass module with data link. Instructions inform me to hold the program button while inserting the 2 harnesses into the module. When i insert the black harness the led lights up solid immediatly then while still holding the program button i install the second harness and let go of the program button. The led light stays lit while i insert the vehicle key and after fully inserted i wait and the led never blinks like the instuctions say it should to prove the module has learned the key. the blue wire from the bypass module is hooked up to the negative running wire on the remote starter (compustar CS800-S).  The vehilce doesnt turn over but attemps to start then shuts down for a total of 3 attempts. Is there anything else i should be aware of? Is the bypass module working properly? Any help would be appreciated. thank you.
asked Dec 27, 2015 in Toyota by Marc Miller (130 points)

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hold the program button and 1. insert 6 pin connector 2. insert black 4 pin connector....the RED LED will turn ON... 3. release the programming button...4. insert key in to the ignition barrel. do not turn the key...( if on the key written G, then start the vehicle whith the key).  5. the RED LED will flash 10 times...
answered Dec 28, 2015 by G M (9,010 points)
Thanks for the quick response,

I tried as you sugested, inserting the 6 pin first and 4 pin second while holding the program button. The red LED stays lit the whole time and nvr blinks. I do not have a letter "G" written on the key. Should i try and cut the data link connection on the 4 pin connector (blue wire and white wire) and only connect the ground and power(red wire and black wire)? Will that make a difference? Thank you
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Do not use the valet key.

When starting programming, hold program button while inserting the connectors. You will have to try various orders of inserting the connectors.
answered Dec 28, 2015 by Robert T (284,490 points)