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Subaru ReLyt (210Pts.)


2009 Subaru Manual unable to Lock/Unlock during remote start

Good evening, I am trying to get a 2009 Subaru Forester manual transmission functioning with an EVO-ONE and an Excaliber RF kit (listed under compatible remotes). Reference: First of all, the option for RFLF remote within Unit Options does not exist on any of the remote start firmware options (tried 0.44, 1.26, 1.16 and several others to check). I did attempt to pair the remotes and had mild success with the default RF kit setting. Lock and Unlock seem to work intermittently depending on the state of the vehicle, remote start does work with reserve mode for the manual transmission as long as a lock command is accepted to turn off the engine (configured option to keep engine running until door lock). Currently running remote start firmware 1.16, but had similar results with 1.26 and 0.44 as well. Primary issues: 1) Unable to use factory or Excaliber remotes to lock or unlock the vehicle after a remote start command was sent from Excaliber remotes (regardless if the vehicle was able to successfully remote start or not). What options exist to resolve this? What firmware should be used? Are there any option settings to adjust? 2) Flash limit was reached while trying to test different remote start firmware versions. Can this please be reset? (EVO-ONE, 04/2022, SN: 002B04 271047) Secondary issue: 3) Sometimes when a door is opened after an unlock command, the alarm is triggered and can only reset when unlock is pressed twice on the factory fob (not tested with Excaliber remotes). This was not tested thoroughly so I do not have clear steps to reproduce this case. It did seem to happen more often after any action was made relative to remote-starting (either attempting to enter reserve mode with engine running or after attempting remote-start).


Subaru Jim (850Pts.)


2015 Subaru Legacy STD key alarms when opening door after unlock with key fob but not with smart-phone module unlock.

I have a 2015 Subaru Legacy that I have install an EVO-ONE (002B07172969) on with the T-Harness and have an issue with the car alarming when the door is opened after unlocking it with the key fob. If I use the smart-phone module to unlock the car, no alarm sounds when the door is opened. If I disable the alarm feature (change from option 14.2 to 14.1) everything works fine. Any ideas? On another note, the troubleshooting app for android does not exist on the Google Play Store.


2020 Subaru Forester install questions

1. In this thread from a while ago, it was said that enabling 3x lock is not recommended for a 2019. Does this still apply? EDIT: May have been fixed in firmware 1.24 AKA 0.60? 2. Guide 98941, page 7. I'm probably over analyzing this, but I assume for the Yellow/Red and Yellow/Green wires, the illustration is saying to connect the respective wires together. Is that correct? I figured there would be a black circle on it if that was a case. I initially thought this was a spliced wire from the factory. 3. Will there be issues if I use an Omega RF kit and have to use firmware 0.44? Thanks all!


2018 SUBARU OUTBACK (US Model) - EVO ONE - THAR-ONE-SUB1 & THAR-ONE-SUB3 - Module will not program

This is on my 2018 Subaru Outback, US model 

REGULAR KEY - Automatic Transmission - No factory alarm system (from what I can tell) - Yes factory immobilizer

Remote Start: Fortin EVO One. Firmware Version: 84.12. Using Flashlink USB programmer. 

Wire Harness: THAR-SUBONE-SUB1 & THAR-SUBONE-SUB3  (both SUB1 & SUB3 harnesses simultaneously I guess? Though initially unsure, I went forward & did order and installed both as shown in the diagram linked in the next line down. Specifically, on page 5 out of Ten, the page with the heading: THAR-ONE-SUB1 & THAR-ONE-SUB3 | AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION CONNECTION )

I made the connections as indicated on this PDF I found on your website:

Before connecting to the car, I:

1.  connected the evo one to my laptop & ran the flashlink software. 

2. The software recognized the USB programmer. 

3 Then I plugged in the Evo One module & confirmed it was detected in flashlink software

4. I logged in, then input the following vehicle data: 2018 subaru outback, regular key .

5. I let the flashlink software download the newest firmware & recommended settings for the 2018 subaru outback
6. I hit the program button to send the configuration to the Evo One

7. Disconnected Evo one from the flashlink programmer & held down the programming button 

8. While holding down the programming button, plugged in the 6 pin connector from the Sub-One harness, at this point installed in the car, to the Evo One

9. Continued holding down programming button while the red yellow & blue lights cycled, then released the button when the lights were lit up RED & Blue simultaneously 

10. Began to press the programming button 6 times to enter the programming mode

11. However, right after the very first push of the programming button the red & blue lights would blink once & then go back to solid red & blue so I continued pushing 5 more times to get a total of 6 presses.

13. At this point, the module is blinking red & blue simultaneously 5 times in a row > pause > blink red & blue 5x again > pause > red & blue 5x blink > continues in perpetuity until I insert the vehicle key & turn it to the Ignition 2 position (2 clicks/aka accessory mode)

12. Soon as key turns to ignition 2 setting, The RED & BLUE lights both light up & stay on continuously.

13. The instructions say to start the car at this point, but turning the key from Ignition 2 to Start does not cycle the starter. No lights dim, no clicking from relays, it is not even trying to start. 

14. I hold the key in start position for about 2-3 seconds, then release it back to ignition 2 which would leave the vehicle running normally if it had started at this point

15. The red & blue lights on the evo one continue to stay lit continuously & never reach the part where they flash 10 times, ostensibly because the engine never even started still which does make sense.

I guess my question is, does this have anything to do with the jumper that is shown in the PDF? I don't understand what the diagram is trying to say with the Jumper A & Jumper B section. Does the jumper in jumper A need to be removed? And then the cable in the jumper b position get plugged back into the Sub 3 harness? But only for the outback & legacy models of the car? I'm not quite clear what I'm supposed to do with the jumper A OR the Jumper B. So I just left them both plugged in. 

After a while sitting in ignition 2 position with the red & blue lights lit up on the evo still, I just gave up & turned the key off then unplugged the : 5p Data link wire > 6p red plug > 20p white plug > 6p main power plug from the evo to turn it off. Then plugged it back into the flashlink programmer & attempted to see if I could do the decryptor programming anyway, but as expected I get the notification that the module never received the datalink information

I also tried reflashing the module once or twice to be sure the settings stuck, the behavior of the vehicle stays the same. I have read through about 50 of the first quiestions that were relevant to this generation subaru that I could find on here and have not seen this answered elsewhere. I hope maybe someone can advise me on what tthe jumpers do, what I should do with the jumpers in jumper A & jumper B plugs, and how they would affect, if at all, the vehicle no longer starting with the regular key


Car starts and stays running on remote start, dies after 2 seconds starting with the key

2011 Subaru Impreza STI Cars starts fine with remote starter. Can also insert key after start, turn key to run and press brake. Vehicle stays running. Vehicle cranks with the key and starts running but dies after running for about 2 seconds. Won't attempt crank after it dies. Until key is cycled to off. I verified that the plug-side Immobilizer wires White/Blue and Black/Red are connected to Yellow/Red from the D connector. And that the vehicle-side wires are connected together with Blue/black from A and yellow/green from D. Everything else seems to work. (power door locks) I just discovered that when I use "Lock" on the remote, before attempting to start with the key, the vehicle stays running...


why do the factory keyfobs deprogram after installing evo one in a 2011 subaru imprezza with standard key?

I installed an evo-one (no t-harness) in a 2011 subaru imprezza, standard key. after programming and install, the factory remotes deprogrammed and would not work. I had to start the car on both keys to reprogram them. The same thing happened three days later.


CAN wire for 2023 Subaru Ascent Keystart

Where is the CAN wire located for the 2023 Subaru Ascent Keystart? There is no can wire at the 20 pin grey connector as mention in the Guide #111451.


Evo one won’t remote start but will let the car continue to run after starting the car manually..

2017 Subaru WRX. Won't Remote start. Manual Trans. The yellow wire on the main harness (T-Harness) that goes to the clutch wire does nothing when trying to remote start. But the car will continue to run after I turn the key off.


2018 Subaru Outback Push-to-start won't run HVAC system when remote started



How do I set my parking lights to come on after remote start? 2015 Subaru Outback

I installed the Evo One kit w/ T-harness in my 2015 Subaru Outback. Works fine but I'd like to have my parking-lights on after it's started remotely. How do I do this?


Fuse size on E3 +12V on 2012 Subaru Impreza standard key

I am trying wire to wire connection on evo-one and it says use fuse on E3 (+12V) but there is no size specified. What size should I be using? Thanks in advance


Evo all Prostart 3271

08 Impreza manual trans. Wired up the evo all and pro start together,w2w connections made and double checked. The evo all is programmed for dycryptor with key successfully programmed. Flashed the suggested settings, the pro start remote programmed as well as the pro start. I can control locks etc, and it confirms ready mode on the r/s when set. If I remote start right away after shutdown, it will start fine as it should. If I set ready mode and shut down with r/s confirmation, after a min. Or so in ready mode, it will flash park lights 3 times when trying to r/s it will flash the park lights once and not try to start.


Turn on rear defrost when remotely started Subaru Impreza 2013

what wires to use on evo one? what wires to hook to in car? also wiring guide for 2013 Subaru Impreza is missing A1 pin on 20 pin connector(yellow) on module to Ignition. without it car will not start after installing evo one unit