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Which are proper diodes and fusible link for 2013 Nissan Juke?

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Getting ready to install EVO-ALL, and NIST-1 on a 2013 Nissan Juke with PTS. I need to know the proper diodes and fusible link ratings, before I get started. I also think that including these parts with your kits would be a great idea, to make it easy for us DIYers. Thanks.
asked Mar 13, 2018 in Nissan by BKinNH (180 points)

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Actually this is a mistake in installation guide, if you are using THAR-NIS1, no diode or fuse are required.
answered Mar 13, 2018 by Mathieu Bertrand Collin (62,040 points)
selected Mar 14, 2018 by derek !
Thanks. I do have another question. What other individual wires do I need to connect, apart from all the T-harness connectors? The instructions don't really separate the variations apart from each other, and actually make it appear that all the individual wires all have to be connected, as well as the multi-pin connectors.
The only mandatory wire to make the vehicle remote start is the start/stop connection (A19) as well as the purple/yellow (A16) to the Lt.Blue/Black (A10).
Once again tried connecting it to vehicle wiring, and I cant get device to boot up. I checked software for updates, had to download the new Flash Link software in my laptop first, but then couldn't flash update to unit due to some BS about flash limit being reached. As far as I'm concerned, with your instructions being wrong, and all the other crap with trying to get your crap working, it is defective. It's been less than a year. How do I go about returning it under warranty. It has never worked, and I am tired of wasting my time trying to get it working. I now can't trust it to not screw up electronics in my wife's vehicle.
Not working!!...product is garbage
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