yeah Im working on it...lol It got shrinked. give me a few secs and I should have it reposted.
Great info! So with the bypass module/ring, is it OK to get an aftermarket remote start system now? I read early on that people were having problems.
I have the factory alarm but don't think it does much, so I'm thinking about getting an alarm and remote start system. Any suggestions are appreciated.
this is good info,mine was installed by a guy the dealer sent to my house and it works great.i questioned him on whether a car thief could make off with the ride by accessing this panel,he assured the computer would shut it down.what do you guys think ?(the ole hot wire trick):shakehead:
Thats actually a good piece of info. Never thought of that...Being an installer myself a thief would have to be smart to hotwire todays cars. Its not the old 2 wires together any more. The best defense is to camo the wires you added to look like factory. As an installer if I dropped you dash and saw non factory wires you basically led me to the wires I needed to start the car.
Hi fella's. I'm the one that did the install in those pic's. It was one of the easiest remote start's for dodge that I have done (ton's of 'em). As for waiting on the T-harness, you will prob. be waiting along time for it, the purple/brown wire needs special value resitors on it that most companies won't provide. As for the ring/aftermarket alarms/remote starts, it is very safe to use one on today's vehicles. If a thief does break in and does have enough time, they can/will steal anything. The biggest thing you must insist on if you are having one installed is the integrity of the install. black tape, loom, hidden VERY well!! don't rush the installer, tell him to take his time and make it as stealth as he can. If you are doing it yourself.. take your time!!
The wire under the hood is not needed for remote start, only if you are going to be doing a starter kill.
Any questions.. feel free to ask.
have a great day!!