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sorry for the delay.............Greetings...... “Hi, I’m Don (aka MOLurch) and I look forward to helping you!”.This is how the Ignition Switch wires should go:Constant 12 volts RED OR RED / WHITEIgnition 12 volts PINK (+)Ignition #2 WHITE (+)Accessory ORANGE (+)Accessory #2 BROWN (+) Starter YELLOW (+) .
I do not have a 413 Install Manual here, but IF there is NOT enough Ignition & Accessory input wires to cover the above Factory wires, then you have to use Relays for whatever is not available from the 413You must power all the Ignition & Accessory wires above, or you will get Check Engine Light or over powered Battery Input wires which can result in blown fuses or burned Ignition SwitchDoes your 413 have Auxillary Plug Output to power Accessory or Ignition thru Relay?
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does the Truck Start & Run with the Key?do you have ALL the Ignition Switch wires connected as I posted?
how does it idle with Key start & on?
when in Remote Start, test each Ignition Switch wire & let me know which ones of the Ignition Switch have Voltage + under Remote Start
thanks..........IF it is doing the same thing with the Key & there is NO Check Engine Light On, then there is an issue elsewhere.IF the REmote Start was connected correctly & the correct Security ByPass used, then you have a vehicle issue
I understand.............I can only say that IF the issue did start until after the Remote Start Install, the DATA from the ByPass may have changed something or there was an Error wiring in the beginning that could have shorted or changed the Idle Control.I say this, because I have never encountered an issue as you presented after "100's" of Installs.Your best bet would be to have vehicle Scanned for Trouble Codes first, then have the Idle / A/C Circuit tested via GM Scan Tool.apprx 1 hour labor
Not that I am aware of........It is easy to blank a Module for different components & Reset or Programming would be needed via GM Scan Tool or equal.