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my son has a 2001 camero it has a susuity sisten in it when he got the car now it woint stast susirity sistem is on dont know what kind it is what the hell can i do ive tacken out fuses what can i do can you give me some kind ove hint what to do
What would a remote car starter cost with installation for my 2008 Avalon? I live about 10 miles from Platte City, MO. I’ve heard of the bulldog system for about $100 plus installation. Do all remote systems have the same safe guards such as these that I found on a web site?
o 1Choose a remote starter that will let you know when it’s working and when it’s not. Sometimes, you might be a little too far away to start your car with the remote starter. A quality remote starter will have some way of letting you know if it worked, such as your headlights flashing or turning on.
Check the remote start system for necessary safety features. One important safety feature is making sure the remote starter cannot be used if the hood of the car is open. Also, make sure the remote won’t work unless the car is in park.
Choose a remote starter that protects your car from damage. For example, if the remote starts the car while the engine is already running, your car could be damaged. The starter should also have the ability to shut the engine off if it’s overheating.
Be sure the remote starter you choose has buttons that you can program yourself. You can program the buttons so that two need to be pressed at once to start the car, for example. This will help prevent the car from being turned on by accident.
Select a remote starter with a range that will work for your lifestyle. For example, if you park your car 200 feet from your home, the remote starter should have a range of 200 feet or more. However, a quality remote starter will have a range of at least 400 feet.
Make sure the remote starter you choose can bypass the immobilizer system in your car. Not all cars are equipped with this system, but if your car is, you’ll need a remote starter that can bypass it.