Originally Posted by tony209
Thank you very much for the reply!
I have 2009 Accord, LXP. I purchased a SL3 package with the factory remote key starter, push three times to start the car. But, my vehicle already has the Autopage Alarm in it. There is also a "While running wire" is built in. So, my question is, what does that wire actually do on the SL3 and would it work if I don't connect it to any where. Would you tell me what it does in the circuit here? Thank you.
1. The Honda add-on accessory remote starter kit (https://www.handa-accessories.com/ac...emotestart.pdf
) does not require a SL3 bypass (for the Immobilizer). This is probably not what you're referring to; but, I am including it for the sake of comparative info.
2. It sounds like you purchased a SL3 bypass module with an aftermarket add-on remote starter, that can use the factory remotes (like this? Add-on Remote Start for Honda & Acura - Use Factory Remotes for Remote Start
). -- Is that correct?
As quoted from their web-page: "One important note about using 'add-on' remote starts in Hondas: The factory remote controls in your Honda do not work when the car is running - that's the way Honda engineered the car. This means that if you're using a remote start that works from your OEM remotes, you'll be able to start the car just fine, but you will NOT be able to unlock the doors with the factory remote control. The only work-around is to use a remote start that comes with its' own remotes. Since aftermarket remotes do not rely on the factory keyless receiver, they will work when the car is running."
3. On the SL3 Module, the (-) negative ground while running blue wire is to be connected to the aftermarket remote starter system "status output" wire.
When the SL3 Bypass Module gets a ground signal from that wire, it activates. It is only a brief ground signal, not constant ground. The SL3 Bypass will then temporarily override your vehicle's antitheft key only when the remote start is activated.