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Old 08-31-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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Alright guys. I've been toying with the idea of installing an alarm and/or alarm/autostart in Vonny. I've been told by many that it'* not worth it since she has almost 200K and she'* beaten up. I kinda flip out on them considering she'* my baby. Also, according to cops, drug dealers "steal cars like mine and use them to sell temporarily". Yes, I've heard that before and I got stopped twice in one day by narcs. Once for 20 minutes, and 5 minutes after again for a half of an hour. I think it'* ridiculous, but I digress. lol. I want to install an alarm in her because of the area that I work in. I work in a bad area and I usually leave her unattended while I'm on jobs. I want a 2 or 3 way transmitter. Does anybody have any suggestions? If it has an autostart feature as well, that'* even better. I mainly want an alarm and trunk open feature. Autostart would be good too. I was looking at the Autopage C3-RS915 from sonicelectronix. Any suggestions are welcome.
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get what you want, you can always take it to your next car. if its the same as my 98, its pretty strait forward, bypass the security with a resistor, they may even have a plug in wire harness. most of the alarms are made by the same company now so get what ever one has the features you want
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get what you want, you can always take it to your next car. if its the same as my 98, its pretty strait forward, bypass the security with a resistor, they may even have a plug in wire harness. most of the alarms are made by the same company now so get what ever one has the features you want
No I know. I was asking if anyone had suggestions from units they've previously owned or currently own. Lol. But thank you. I kinda want to try to do it myself but I don't want to screw anything up. Lol
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thanks for the link too. Made my life a little easier.
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