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2014 Santa Fe Push-to_Start was starting fine and than stopped.

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After installing the Evo-One it worked perfectly for a day. I than installed the Pink/Black Trunk release wire to Plug D pin 3 in the fuse panel. Remote start still worked right after and than an hour later it stopped working. The remote start doesn't engage the engine when I hit the lock 3 times, I just get the 3 blue LED flashes and it doesn't go red. I checked continuity on all the wires except the can bus connections because I am getting the blue LED and they were all connected. The LED flashes blue every time I press a FOB button, and goes yellow when I turn the vehicle on. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you for your time.
asked Aug 23 in Hyundai by Shawn Carnie (130 points)

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Did you test the wire before connecting to it?

 

-What is the S/N to the module?

-Did you connect parking lights? If yes, do they flash X amount of time to indicate an error code?

-What is the red led under the yellow loop you cut doing? Blinking or on solid?
answered Aug 24 by Derek (190,250 points)

Yes I did. I reprogrammed the module and it would turn over but not start. I reprogrammed it again and it's working right now. I did connect to the parking light but they didn't flash when I tried to start the vehicle previously, but they do now. I was wondering if all I needed to do for the trunk release is connect Pink/Black Trunk release wire to Plug D pin 3 in the fuse panel, cause it will pop the trunk but won't fully open it and that only works when the vehicle is running. When it is not running I get 2 short blinks from the lights, thank you for your response.

If you want to use the power liftgate through your fortin remote, you would need to wire the yellow/black from the evo-one 20 pin connector to the green/black in the drivers kick panel, white 48 pin connector, pin 45.

Test before connecting.
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