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cja252
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cja252 Aug 24, 5:09am - #257709 
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python 881xp remote start

I have the alarm and keyless installed and they were installed by a shop. They told me i would have to do the remote start my self because i have a manual tranny. They said it was possible. anyonehave a guide or anything on how to do this??

thanks
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cja252
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cja252 Aug 26, 5:08am - #257710 
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anyone
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shoulin Aug 26, 5:13am - #257711 

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wouldnt reccomend doing it, less you leave ur car parked with it in neutral and REALLY TRUST ur e-brake ( i wouldnt)


u want to park with the trany in gear, thus remote start isnt an option, unless you want to hit start and then go chase after ur car and hop in, hehehe
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falkkor Aug 26, 5:40am - #257712 

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this?
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cja252
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cja252 Aug 26, 10:54pm - #257713 
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yeah
i trust the ebrake and live on the plains with no hills
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slidr Aug 26, 11:00pm - #257714 

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You would have to disable the clutch button (the green button on the floor) that is right under the clutch.

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slidr Aug 26, 11:02pm - #257715 

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Here...
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sickcelica696 Aug 26, 11:17pm - #257716 
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just disable the clutch switch and install it,Ii had to do that for my engine start button from ignited, it really shouldn't be that much of a problem unless you live on hills as stated earlier
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cja252
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cja252 Aug 27, 12:36am - #257717 
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i disabled that i just need the system hooked to the ignition
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celicafourotwo Aug 27, 2:31am - #257718 

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they didn't install it for u? they sux..i had it on my previous car..and it's manual..so..Good Luck with the install though thumbsup

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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cja252
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cja252 Aug 27, 2:52am - #257719 
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nope they said they wouldnt and so did a few other places so i dont know what to do
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mister_tin Aug 31, 12:06pm - #257720 
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they don't want to install it cause it's againts most of their policy. I asked around for the same question too.

Now I have an AUTO, miss the MAUNAL but now I can do the remote start in the winter grin
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