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Old 12-25-2011, 08:28 AM
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Ready Remote (DEI Viper) Remote Start on Sale $30.00

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Old 12-26-2011, 01:32 AM
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I just placed an order for this unit, but am going to cancel in the morning. Good price on the basic unit, but with the additional costs of a PATS over-ride module it isn't that great.
 
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Old 12-26-2011, 07:45 PM
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Well, they shipped the unit before I could cancel. Apparently their offices were closed today while the "warehouse" was open. The bargain will cost me about an additional $80 or so... i think this is the same company that sells Bulldog systems. I bought two of their remote starters in the past. The first was not an easy install, while the second was very easy once they sent me the correct harness kit. They don't offer the pluc in harness kit now.
 
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Take a programmed key and hot glue it in the column as close to the key hole as possible.
 
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I'll give it a try. I wonder if I do as you suggest, and test it with a non programmed type key before installing the remote unit. Also, if it works, I'll cut the glued key down so it won't work in the ignition.
 
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Old 12-28-2011, 07:37 AM
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The key needs to be programed so that the vehicle can read the transponder code allowing the vehicle to start.
 
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:36 PM
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I understand your idea. I will have the programmed key in place, use a non programmed key to see if it will start the truck. If the programmed key in proximity will fool the system, I would expect a plain key would work in the ignition.
 
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:39 PM
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Keep us updated please.
 
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:55 PM
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I will, but I doubt if I will install it very soon. I have some much needed work to get done on my 68 Mustang. Replacing rear springs for one. I did get notified by USPS that the remote has been processed at the Denver facility, so I certainly can't complain about their customer service regarding shipping.
 
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It's gone up to $41.99...

I've been wondering how these would be installed on a Ranger with an M5OD - is there an override for the clutch needing to be engaged? lol...
 
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I don't think any after-market remote starter kit is for manual trannys. Think how much fun it could be chasing your truck down the street, or maybe through you garage...
 
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After reading up on how the PATS system works, I doubt if placing the key anywhere other than in the ignition would work. I suspect the key with the transponder needs to be in very close proximity of the ignition since there is a coil in the ignition key lock that energizes the transponder chip in the key. I'll give it a try any way since I will need another programmed key for the bypass box.
 
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Anyone order these. Bein $170 off sounds too good. I was goin to order 2. 1 to replace mine cause it acts weird and 1 for wifes mazda 3.
 
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Did you ever get/install this kit?

Anyone?

Hows it work?
 
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I ordered 1, not going to be able to install until later. You must remember that if your truck/car uses the PATS key, you have to buy the extra box to fool your system. That's why I have to wait, $$$.
 

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