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Old 02-17-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default Intense PCM concern/question

I know Intense makes some of the best stuff out there, but I want to run it through with some of you guys before I get a Standard PCM.

I have a Compustar remote starder/security system, and Im just wondering if the PCM would interfere with that at all.

"Most vehicles will start right up. Some cars (such as the Bonneville SSEi, Impala SS and Monte Carlo SS) will require performing a simple Security Relearn Procedure. ''

I dont think it should be a problem, I just wanted to make sure.
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nope it shouldnt be a problem
i dont see how it could affect it?
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