Originally Posted by BillBoost37
The start feature is usually controlled by the brain unit of the remote and it sounds like it either can't see the tachometer signal or there is a deeper issue in the circuitry.
Although I was under the impression that it was supposed to run the starter for a moment or two, then check the signal. Retry if a no start occurred.
Good description and I agree with the tach sense. Maybe came disconnected or the unit lost the programmed idle speed. I'v seen this happen with other remote starters after jump starting. It appears as if you need the installation/programming manual for the remote start. Have you tried the manufacturer'* website to see if you can download the manual? If it'* not available, www.the12volt.com
forum would be the second best place to look. First look in the "downloads" section then in the Security forum.