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oas Sep 16, 8:55am - #276424 
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engien start button

how hard is it to innstall this? and i know its kinda use less but it looks cool, but is it any bad things with it?
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GOLDCELICA Sep 16, 9:23am - #276425 

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Check out IgnitedPerformance.com that's the one I use. Very simple install has not messed up yet. Had it for 3 yrs not reccomended for manual cars. If you do install one on a manual just make sure you don't start & stall only bad side.

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oas Sep 16, 9:26am - #276426 
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stall becuase of the car standing in gear?
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GOLDCELICA Sep 16, 10:51am - #276427 

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Yeah not a big problem though just start it in neutral whenever you roll out. Another hastles is you'll have to get rid of the cig. lighter. since it normally uses that area to mount. Unless you want to mount it in a different location that'll work to. Also you can re-locate the cigarette lighter by re-wiring and extending it to wherever you want it. I have put the starter switch in place of the cig. lighter since I believe it is the best place. I'll post pics later.

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oas Sep 16, 12:33pm - #276428 
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ok thanks thumbsup
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Stun Sep 16, 12:52pm - #276429 

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Thats funny, I actually just finished installing mine yesterday after seeing this GREAT guide from Bing in New Celica.

Originally posted by Bing
Well, guys... i tried looking for one for a while but gave up because I haven't seen any pictured one. Bumped into a thread today and got more info, so I went experimenting myself.

Step 1.

Take off the shift part out by turning off shift knob. Then just pull the plastic cover upwards. Best place to pull is at the window switches.

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Step 2.

Take off the power wire for powering up the lighter. Shown in next picture.

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Step 3.

Turn this ring off like a screw, that's holding the cig. lighter module firm and tight against the plastic dash.

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Step 4.

Take the cap off that surrounds the cig. lighter module.

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Now you will have this left:

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Step 5.

Pull the cig lighter module from the other side out.

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And there we go... we've removed the cig. lighter from our dash.

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Hope this was useful for you guys. I ordered the Ignited Push Engine kit and will install mine soon. Will do a writeup on that too, you will be needing this to get it to fit nicely.

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Stun Sep 16, 1:03pm - #276430 

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Like GOLDCELICA said, installing the Ignited Push Start Button is EASY. It literally pops right in and the connection is a piece of cake. If you need more information or pictures of the wiring or the Ignited Push Start Button let me know and I will post some since I have it out right now. wave

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oas Sep 16, 1:22pm - #276431 
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thanks thumbsup
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Clos Sep 16, 1:49pm - #276432 
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Stephen Sep 16, 1:52pm - #276433 
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I've had mine for several months now...haven't turned the keys to start the car since. Still not sure why you'd say it's not recommended for manual transmissions? confused How could you stall the car? I start my car in neutral all the time...despite what I supposedly learned in drivers ed, I haven't left a standard car "in gear" for six years when I've parked it and no problems.
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csheriff Sep 16, 2:23pm - #276434 
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Originally Posted by Stun
Like GOLDCELICA said, installing the Ignited Push Start Button is EASY. It literally pops right in and the connection is a piece of cake. If you need more information or pictures of the wiring or the Ignited Push Start Button let me know and I will post some since I have it out right now. wave
go ahead and post everything up, im interested in seeing it.

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superderk Sep 16, 2:32pm - #276435 

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i set mine up to where i still have to press the clutch to start the car...so i dont ever have to worry about leaving the car in gear. can someone tell me how i can set it up without pressing in the clutch?

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Sultan Sep 16, 3:46pm - #276436 

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here's a pic of mine...
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Sultan Sep 16, 3:47pm - #276437 

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installed in my old interior:
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Speed4TheNeed Sep 16, 3:50pm - #276438 

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how much does the ignited 'engine start' (red button) typically cost? this is something i'm very interested in doing thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Sep 16, 3:54pm - #276439 

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that looks great sultan (my post above was before i had seen the pic) thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Sep 16, 3:55pm - #276440 

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also, what did you use the other 3 switches for?
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Sultan Sep 16, 4:07pm - #276441 

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Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
also, what did you use the other 3 switches for?


that's being taken care of in a week... stay tuned - wave
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Speed4TheNeed Sep 16, 4:07pm - #276442 

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^^ i will thumbsup
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superderk Sep 16, 4:18pm - #276443 

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i used the one from a s2000. here is a pic:

http://www.geocities.com/superderk01/DSCF0007.JPG

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Virgilson Sep 16, 7:12pm - #276444 

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oas Sep 16, 7:52pm - #276445 
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it look so good, you guys say it easy to innstal but the electrik part, wath,were and how?
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GOLDCELICA Sep 16, 9:17pm - #276446 

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Exactly one reason why I say it's reccomended not a biggy tho should come common sense to people other reason if over starting more then once. We all know how that would suck.

Nice Pics stun.

Some people think just pushing the button will start up the car right away. You can wire it any way you want don't get me wrong but if you want to be safe you should wire it the recommended way. I wouldn't do it any other way unless you specifically want it start up directly allowing anyone to push away.

1. On a manual or auto does't matter it's "reccomended" to wire the button switched to the e-brake so when you turn the key in the ignition it acts as a safety feature so you don't over start and start "twice". The switched e-brake allows you to disable the starter button when the e-brake is depressed. Lowering the e-brake then turning the key and depressing the clutch is how it will start (The starter will just crank and not turn the motor if the clutch is not depressed). This is how I have mine wired. You can have the button switched however you want it.

2. If you don't want it switched to anything you can directly wire it and bypass the e-brake part and have the starter turn the car on by just turning the key to the on position. Then push and start the car.

3. Direct - always on no key in ignition. Just press and go.

Pretty much this is just a starter button. The new switch Ignited has designed now have the L.E.D. lighting so you can see it at night if you mount it somewhere in dark places.

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Speed4TheNeed Sep 16, 11:28pm - #276447 

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Originally Posted by Stun
Like GOLDCELICA said, installing the Ignited Push Start Button is EASY. It literally pops right in and the connection is a piece of cake. If you need more information or pictures of the wiring or the Ignited Push Start Button let me know and I will post some since I have it out right now. wave


can you post pictures of the wiring? thanks in advance if you can thumbsup
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oas Sep 17, 10:49am - #276448 
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Originally Posted by GOLDCELICA
Exactly one reason why I say it's reccomended not a biggy tho should come common sense to people other reason if over starting more then once. We all know how that would suck.

Nice Pics stun.

Some people think just pushing the button will start up the car right away. You can wire it any way you want don't get me wrong but if you want to be safe you should wire it the recommended way. I wouldn't do it any other way unless you specifically want it start up directly allowing anyone to push away.

1. On a manual or auto does't matter it's "reccomended" to wire the button switched to the e-brake so when you turn the key in the ignition it acts as a safety feature so you don't over start and start "twice". The switched e-brake allows you to disable the starter button when the e-brake is depressed. Lowering the e-brake then turning the key and depressing the clutch is how it will start (The starter will just crank and not turn the motor if the clutch is not depressed). This is how I have mine wired. You can have the button switched however you want it.

2. If you don't want it switched to anything you can directly wire it and bypass the e-brake part and have the starter turn the car on by just turning the key to the on position. Then push and start the car.

3. Direct - always on no key in ignition. Just press and go.

Pretty much this is just a starter button. The new switch Ignited has designed now have the L.E.D. lighting so you can see it at night if you mount it somewhere in dark places.

im not very good in engglish, wath i was thinking on was that i have the car in netrual and turn the key all the way on nothing happens, and then i can push the button and the car starts. is this possible?
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Stun Sep 17, 1:12pm - #276449 

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^^^ Mine is not setup that way. On mine the key still remains as the main way of starting the Celica. However, I have the start button just to mess around when Im trying to show off. Basically, one replaces the other depending on the way I feel like starting up, it just a different way of starting the Celica. I guess mine would fall under the 2nd example that GOLDCELICA gave...

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Traviesa86 Sep 17, 2:56pm - #276450 

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those look great thumbsup

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Speed4TheNeed Sep 17, 4:30pm - #276451 

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^^ oh, NOW you say that rolleyes tongue kiss
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Sultan Sep 17, 5:07pm - #276452 

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time to buy him another mod Kristen... wave
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