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OEM Remote disabled after remote start via 3x Lock (EVO-ONE with T-Harness for 2014 Honda Odyssey)

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After installing and configuring the EVO-ONE with T-Harness for our 2014 Honda Odyssey with Push to Start, everything is working properly, except that the OEM remotes become non-functional after starting via the "Push lock 3 times" method. Since we have not purchased a separate RF remote, the only eay to get into the car is if we leave a window open. Otherwise, we have to wait until the remote start time runs out, at which point the OEM remotes become operational again.

The blue light on the EVO-ONE box does not light after remote starting the vehicle and remote buttons are pressed.
asked Oct 21, 2017 in Honda by Greg Zimmer (210 points)

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In the installation guide there is a modification that must be done to the t-harness to make this feature work. Look carefully at the green/red and green/white connections.

http://cdn.fortin.ca/download/65001/evo-one_ig_thr_bi_hon4-odyssey_pts_2016_b_65001.pdf
answered Oct 23, 2017 by Mathieu Bertrand Collin (51,100 points)
selected Oct 23, 2017 by Robb
Thanks for the response. Yes. I have verified multiple times that the green/red wire is connected to the appropriate pin on the blue connector (going to the smart module) and the green/white whire is connected to the other side of the same wire (going back into the T-Harness).

I also tried reversing the green/red and green/white wires. In this configuration the car would not start using the push button.

I will pull the T-Harness back out to check again. Are there any other potential causes? Other things to check (which lights are on after remote start, etc.?)
The guide also ask to cut the white wire in the large 6 pin connector. If this is not done it will also prevent the oem remote to be functionnal when the engine is running.
Ah. I believe that is the culprit. Thank you! I will confirm this evening.
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