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by Noah Thatcher

Introduction

It is recommended that the SKSNG907 or SKSNG907RV SmartKey Starter® be bypassed when performing any software updates or mechanical service.

It is also recommended that the SmartKey Starter® be bypassed as a standard practice for troubleshooting any issues with the vehicle.

To make bypassing the system easier, we have developed a set of jumpers that, when used, will completely bypass the SKSNG907 or SKSNG907RV. Rather than disconnecting the T-harness, the modules can be un-plugged and replaced with the jumpers. It is possible to mount the modules in a position where the jumpers can be installed to bypass the system in as little as 2 minutes. This guide demonstrates how to use the jumpers to bypass the system

If you would like to be sent jumpers for bypassing a system, please email sales@midcityengineering.com with your software version and address and a set of jumpers will be sent to you.

If you do not have jumpers and need to bypass the system, please use this guide to bypass the system at the T-harnessing: How to Bypass / Remove SKSNG907 / SKSNG907RV SmartKey Starter®

If you are servicing the vehicle and have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 312-421-1114 or sales@midcityengineering.com - we are happy to assist in any way.

  1. The SKSNG907 or SKSNG907RV is connected using T-harnessing in the driver side under dash area
    • The SKSNG907 or SKSNG907RV is connected using T-harnessing in the driver side under dash area

    • The system has 2 modules. One is labeled ‘SmartKey Starter’ and the other is labeled ‘SKSPCM’

    • The the main plug at the module labeled ‘SmartKey Starter’ is a 20 pin connector

    • The main plug at the module labeled ‘SKSPCM’ is either a 20 pin or 16 pin connector

    • Un-plug the SmartKey Starter and SKSPCM modules from the T-harnessing

    • Connect jumpers to main T-harnessing plug

    • If the SKSPCM module has a 16 pin plug, you will need a jumper with a 20 pin and 16 pin connector. Connect the SmartKey Starter module to the 20 pin jumper and the SKSPCM module to the 16 pin jumper

    • If both modules have 20 pin plugs, it is important that the T-harness plugs are connected to their correct module

    • One of the 20 pin connectors on the T-harness will have either a green sticker or another marking. This connector must be connected to the module labeled ‘SKSPCM’

    • If the SKSPCM module has a 16 pin plug, it will only connect to the 16 pin T-harness plug

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Noah Thatcher

Member since: 07/31/2018

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