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remote engine start on a manual #159680 Apr 19, 8:42pm Apr 19, 8:42pm
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remote engine start on a manual
i know a few people that have this...they said that they had to disable some type of sensor or something to allow them to start the car without pressing in the clutch. i talked to a guy at a shop and said he wouldnt do it. but he told me that if i were to do it...he would install it because then he wouldnt be linked to disabling that thing. my question is has anyone done this or know how??? thanks in advance.


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159681 Apr 19, 9:03pm Apr 19, 9:03pm
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yeah i got that on mine. my friend had to bypass the clutch, forgot how he did it though. dont know anyone on the forum that would know. gmannino@mmmobileworks.com, if you wanna ask 'em.


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: Xer0GT] #159682 Apr 19, 9:09pm Apr 19, 9:09pm
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It is possible, but a lot of alarm shops might not do it because it may make the car a life threat because if one forgets to leave their car in gear, or forget the handbrake, the car can just drive off. If done professionaly, you might have to sign a contract saying that only you would be responsible if something were to happen with remote start on manual. Otherwise, it is possible! grin

Hope i didn't change your mind!!! LOL grin

Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: faran325] #159683 Apr 19, 9:16pm Apr 19, 9:16pm
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i was fully aware of leaving it in gear and such...ive never left it in gear but once when i was uphill, and i always use the handbrake. but thanks for the added info!


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: faran325] #159684 Apr 19, 9:16pm Apr 19, 9:16pm
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Originally Posted by faran325
It is possible, but a lot of alarm shops might not do it because it may make the car a life threat because if one forgets to leave their car in gear, or forget the handbrake, the car can just drive off. If done professionaly, you might have to sign a contract saying that only you would be responsible if something were to happen with remote start on manual. Otherwise, it is possible! grin

Hope i didn't change your mind!!! LOL grin



rofl my friend did that (the one that installed my remote start), his wrx ran straight into a wall...no major damage though rofl


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: Xer0GT] #159685 Apr 19, 10:28pm Apr 19, 10:28pm
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my friend used to tell me that him and his buddies would leave it in gear after work when the park lot was empty and start it up then have the race down the lot when you want it to stop you just push the button to turn it off IMO i think thats kinda funny would never do it my self though spineyes


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: FPcelica] #159686 Apr 19, 10:30pm Apr 19, 10:30pm
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i wouldnt do it often...but i think i would at least have to try it grin grin grin


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159687 Apr 20, 4:08pm Apr 20, 4:08pm
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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: FPcelica] #159688 Apr 20, 8:05pm Apr 20, 8:05pm
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rolleyes ummm... i think my BS alarm would go off on the remote parking lot races, because the car does jump forward but only a meter or so, because you kill the car when it's left in gear when you start it without having the cluch in or in nutural [/color]


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159689 Apr 20, 8:07pm Apr 20, 8:07pm
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well of course it dies...but it gets a good jump


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159690 Apr 20, 8:08pm Apr 20, 8:08pm
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and all the "sensor" is is a presure switch that is hit when you put the clutch in [/color]


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159691 Apr 20, 8:12pm Apr 20, 8:12pm
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well do you know how i can disable it?


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159692 Apr 20, 8:21pm Apr 20, 8:21pm
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I'm not sure but i think you can just unclip the wire from the switch and then just complete the circuit, I'd try to just stick a small section of wire in the clip to complete it and just try driving down your street or something [/color]

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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159693 Apr 20, 8:22pm Apr 20, 8:22pm
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holding...


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159694 Apr 20, 8:36pm Apr 20, 8:36pm
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^^^ [/color]


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159695 Apr 20, 8:39pm Apr 20, 8:39pm
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ill try playing with it tomorrow maybe...thanks a lot man!


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159696 Apr 20, 8:46pm Apr 20, 8:46pm
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ya no prob., let me know how it works out [/color]


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: RyOlSe] #159697 Apr 20, 9:39pm Apr 20, 9:39pm
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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: faran325] #159698 Apr 21, 1:05am Apr 21, 1:05am
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Originally Posted by faran325
It is possible, but a lot of alarm shops might not do it because it may make the car a life threat because if one forgets to leave their car in gear, or forget the handbrake, the car can just drive off. If done professionaly, you might have to sign a contract saying that only you would be responsible if something were to happen with remote start on manual. Otherwise, it is possible! grin

Hope i didn't change your mind!!! LOL grin

I have seen this happen, and the car ran into a parked car, prolly the funniest thing ive ever seen rofl


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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: superderk] #159699 Apr 21, 6:54am Apr 21, 6:54am
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here is a forum from a while back that will tell you everything you need to know

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Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: Celicaracer18] #159700 Apr 21, 7:04am Apr 21, 7:04am
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oh and here is one thing that wasn't mentioned on that thread, with this kit you have to park your car and leave it running, get out, then kill the engine via remote in order to start it so all this jumping forward can't happen because it has to be able to be parked in nuetral in order to kill it if you not in the car

Re: remote engine start on a manual [Re: Celicaracer18] #159701 Apr 21, 7:49am Apr 21, 7:49am
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that was a huge help, thanks a lot


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