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Old 10-23-2010, 05:55 PM
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2005 Dodge Durango remote starter kill over ride

My mom has an 05 Durango with remote start. Long story short, she lost the only key a couple hours ago but still has an extra remote start transmitter. There is a Dodge dealer close to us but they've closed for the day and we cant get a key made until Monday and she works tonite. My question is how can I over ride the kill switch when the brake is pressed to keep the truck running, until we can get a key? Also can the timer be disabled?

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Old 10-23-2010, 06:30 PM
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You cant put it in gear without the key in the on position.
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You cant put it in gear without the key in the on position.
Very good point, hadn't thought about that.
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to answer your question..... there should be a wire hooked to the brake light/switch etc... that sends a 12v pulse to the control module disconnect that wire and it'll stay running. As mentioned above need a key to steer!
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You cant put it in gear without the key in the on position.
Steering wheel is also locked .
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