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Old 02-20-2004, 02:40 PM   #11
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my bad boominbonne, in trying to respond to everything, i thought i remembered you saying that he had only mentioned it being a relay. Either way if it is at all a recent install, it should be covered by warrenty, if not, lemme know the year of your car and I will help you find a replacement module and give you a bit of a walkthrough for installing it. It should only be a 5 wire solder and you'll be gtg. That is if you would like me to.

Twister97: Its more the installer than the equipment. Of course there are some bonuses with getting name brand, like warrenty issues if you are having it professionally installed. Mainly though go over those action items I mentioned and you should be guaranteed a good install. Make sure your getting the features you want also. You dont want to regret not getting a feature.
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compustar hmm good stuff
they were they 1st to come out with 2-way pageing CA'* and RS'*
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my bad boominbonne, in trying to respond to everything, i thought i remembered you saying that he had only mentioned it being a relay.
Jeez, I would have been all over this topic back on Day 1, but $REALWORK job rules...

The remote starters install in a kind of bypass, parallel fashion, not in _place_ of the original equipment, so a remote-starter failure won't disable the car. This includes a relay failure: normal car starting and running does not depend on a remote-starter relay staying together.
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