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EVO One and MyCar LinkrLT successfully start then immediately stop

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Hi, all. I installed a Fortin EVO One about a year ago in my 2015 Nissan Rogue Select, with the applicable t-harness kit. Just to give a bit of background, I ordered my Evo pre-programmed from a reputable seller on eBay along with a DroneMobile. The Drone device was always buggy and unreliable, so I replaced it not long after with the RF642W remotes and a MyCar (Yes, I did buy the flashlink and reprogram the EVO one). When I originally installed them I was unaware I needed a diode for them both to work, so I just got around to doing that recently.

My remotes have worked flawlessly from the get go, I just installed the diode today and the MyCar now paritally works. It can lock and unlock the doors, and when I send a remote start command the vehicle will lock and start, however it shuts off in about 5 seconds or less. The remotes however still work flawlessly, which perplexes me a bit. From what I've seen this normally indicates the remote start doesn't have proper engine RPM data, but I'm curious as to why the remotes would work normally and the MyCar doesn't
posté Oct 20, 2019 dans la catégorie Nissan par Zachary Kuhn (130 points)

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It's not the starter or tach (rpm) the issue (as you said, it works fine with RF remotes).

Ever since the latest protocol changes on the 4g MyCar, you cannot have both MyCar and Remotes together.  

To confirm this, disconnect your RF remotes and try your mycar. Also make sure that you had enabled Fortin2 protocol for the MyCar.  https://cdn02.fortin.ca/download/64631/ascl6-install-guide-64631.pdf

répondu Oct 21, 2019 par Robb (262,720 points)
Robb. What needs to be diode isolated?
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Where did you diode isolate? I'm working on the same issue.
répondu Dec 6, 2019 par KOZ (750 points)
used to be the white wire going into the rf antenna in the hrn-001 harness supplied with the mycar

 

that dont work no more though.
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