2007 Infiniti M45.
I recently found out that my car has a remote start system...well, sort of. It doesn't really start the car remotely, and only seems to work with the key fob inside the car.
3 clicks of the lock button and the parking lights come on, and some relay under the dash will click. If the key fob is not in the car, it will show a KEY ID: NO warning
The video below will probably explain better.
Would anyone here happen to have a similar system and be able to tell me what I am not doing correctly in the startup sequence? Or is there a component that's missing?
If it's a Fortin box, then you may just need to re-program it using their programmer and software to get the keyID back. If it's one of the 'OEM' starters that requires a sacrificial fob, then you may be correct. This is why I went Fortin...at first I didn't want to have a second fob on my keychain but I also didn't want to sacrifice a fob.
Just an update that's not much of an update. I got the car back, but it's been parked since I got busy.
I started a new job in a different location & will be moving soon. The car will be left alone until I get a good opportunity to check the under-dash area to trace the wiring, take pictures & try some of the pointers I received.
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