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Evo One w/ Linkr LT2 - Transfer to New Car

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The time has come to let the 2015 Honda Odyssey go, .

I have the Evo One with Linkr LT2 for several years now and works flawlessly.  As a matter of fact, I have the same set-up in 2 of my other vehicles. GREAT PRODUCT!

Question, do I have to do a complete "hard" reset prior to installing the Evo One or can I use the flashlink to make the changes (new vehicle, key, etc) and update the Evo One.  And would you know if I have to "reset" the Linkr LT2?

Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated.

FYI, I'm going from a 2015 Odyssey to a 2019 CX5 (I have the THAR-ONE-MAZ3 already on order).
asked Sep 17, 2023 in Remote Starters by Rizallion Cloma (530 points)
reopened Oct 4, 2023 by Rizallion Cloma

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Hello,

Fortin does not suggest re using modules. The modules are ment to be installed into 1 vehicle.

If you are going to do so, yes a reset is suggested.

Here is the link to performing a master reset. The document states for evo-all but the same reset aplies to the evo-one, just simply plug in the main 6 pin for the units power and ground.

https://cdn.fortin.ca/en/download/61931/61931.pdf

 

Best regards.
answered Sep 18, 2023 by derek g (331,650 points)
selected Oct 4, 2023 by Rizallion Cloma
Update.  Did the master reset then set up the Evo One for the CX5.  Everything works as it should.  Once the remote start was working, all I had to do was plug in the Linkr LT2 and the app worked as always.

I did notice a "glitch" IMO, when doing the remote start. After a few minutes of running the TPMS light on the dash comes on.  But when I do the turnover, it's gone. It doesn't come on when driving so it can't be a tpms or low air issue.
On some vehicles, such as yours, that is normal. The tpms circuit is open under remote start and then closes back upon take over.
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