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It is not a pain at all. Like I said, after doing it a few times, it is no hassle at all. How many of you already have the clutch and brake pushed in when you shut down your car and set the emergency brake? After you exit the car it is just like any other remote system. The car will shut down if brake is depressed or the engine goes over 1000 RPM. No key in ignition, so no you cannot steer the car to drive it. I will shoot a GoPro video this weekend and show how it works.
Please do, I'm curious as to how all of this works.
If i was putting a remote start in my car it would ONLY be factory ford,your asking for problems with a aftermarket one!
That's not true. I installed a CompuStar remote start in my F150 and it has been working GREAT for the past 4 years. I purchased it from KCAutosound and installed it myself with detailed instructions provided by Travis the owner of KCAutosound. It has a range of up to 1500 feet which is way farther than an OEM remote start. I plan on getting a CompuStar for my mustang which has one has a 1 mile range.
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