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I can get all the parts cheap but the dealership wants alot of $ to put it in. I can do just about anything when it comes to wires in the car but I was wondering if anyone has done it of knows how.
 
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The install is not too bad if you follow the instructions. The hardest part is getting to the existing door lock/alarm ECU. Anyway, if you are going to go to the trouble of installing something, you should just get a good aftermarket alarm IMHO. The keyless entry/alarm has few features, and poor remote range.
 

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The remote range does really suck.

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Originally posted by Bob A:
<STRONG>The install is not too bad if you follow the instructions. The hardest part is getting to the existing door lock/alarm ECU. Anyway, if you are going to go to the trouble of installing something, you should just get a good aftermarket alarm IMHO. The keyless entry/alarm has few features, and poor remote range.</STRONG>
 
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I just want it because its so cheap and I HATE aftermarket alarms. That and only the real expensive ones will work with a turbo timer.
 

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Just put mine in yesterday. Took me 6 hours but I was taking my time and struggled a bit with the disassembly of the interior. :confused:

Its just tedious work in small areas.
 
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Cool, thanks dude. I might be emailing you some time in the near future to get more details.
 

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It's not hard at all to do at all.

Yea man, send me an email whenever and I will tell you where I had trouble spots and give a couple hints that would have saved me alot of time off the install.

It was my first mod!!! :D
 
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