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Old 11-18-2009, 03:38 PM   #1
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Greets! I just got a 95 bonny SE and love it! BUT, it don't have the trunk pop on the door and I want to get a remote starter with trunk pop, and I talked to some individuals and they said I would have to get a solenoid for the trunk, but they never looked inside and to me it looks like there is one there.. But I really don't know what i'm looking for.. Any help would be greatly appreciated on that..

Also, how hard is it to install a remote starter for one of these bad boys?
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Toss up a picture of what you see and we'll know for sure.
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Here'* a couple of pics of it.



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Can anyone help on this?
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You have the majority of the truck lock, but not the motorized actuator. Hit up a JY and grab one off nearly any Bonneville. It'll have one additional piece yours does not. Also grab the wiring connector if you intend to add it in.
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Remote starts are not fun to put in, coming from someone that tried it take it to a professional to have it installed, its well worth the cost espically if you want a nice on like a Viper to be put it
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