Originally Posted by TheRebel
You can install a remote start on any car even with the Safety and Security option. Asian wolf.com has the best prices I've seen. I did a remote install on my own car. It wasn't to bad and you could probably do it yourself. I installed one of these on my previous car (Lincoln LS) now that was a nightmare. You guys think these cars have to many elctronics? You haven't a clue. The Mustang installation will take a novice probably an afternoon. OP if you decide to try and run into problems, PM me. Don't use any switches to bypass the secruity stuff. You will need a separate module to remember your key code. I'd have to look it back up but I believe out cars take a directed electronics SW555s.
Uh, yes, I do have a clue. The electronics are abundant
judging from the OPs previous posts I would not recommend
him to install it himself in "an afternoon".
I know to avoid Best Buy and Circuit City for electronic installs.
I have fixed way too many untrained youngsters botched installs.
The seperate "module" to remember the PATS key code
makes you stang just that more vulnerable to theft.
I would have Ford install one of their OEM starters for complete
non PATS compromising system compatability and correct OEM