Originally Posted by Coburn2006
So what you're saying is this: Wire a switch in the dash that runs a relay. This relay is connected to a bypass, making the key unneeded. Then have a button that runs the starter. Correct?
And with this plan, I could have the push button start AND a regular keyed start? Possibly even a remote start?
The relay is just for running the starter, the switch will signal the relay to power the starter which is safer than running all that power through the switch
the bypass would be connected to a second hidden switch so if you want to disable the keyless system you can
for a remote start you still need a normal remote start, you just have a bypass already there since to the remote start starting the car is a lot more than just turning the car on and cranking it, it checks that the car is running and makes sure someone can't get away without the key (which we will work around)
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