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Stephen Nov 14, 6:05am - #60171 
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Anyone here...

I just ordered a DIN sized aluminum panel from "Ignited Performance" It's going to go in the empty spot under my current Clarion deck. It has spots for a push-button starter and three switches...should be pretty sweet but I was wondering if anyone else has this installed or has seen pictures anywhere. I've searched but it's a pretty new product I think. Either way I'll post pictures and install info once I get it. thumbsup

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Stephen Nov 14, 6:06am - #60172 
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...and the switches
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DiabloGTS Nov 14, 6:08am - #60173 

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why have an engine push button?

don't you have to stick the key in anyway?

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Stephen Nov 14, 6:12am - #60174 
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You have to turn the key in the ignition twice, then push the button. Obviously this way the starter button isn't compromising security, it just looks cool as shit. You can still start your car the usual way.
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aspen Nov 14, 6:15am - #60175 

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it seems thats a lot of starting to do...but anyway as long as it looks good in your car thumbsup

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DiabloGTS Nov 14, 6:16am - #60176 

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oh, I see.


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Elec-FuYu Nov 14, 8:48am - #60177 
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i couldnt find any spot in celica to install it...
good luck thumbsup

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Stephen Nov 14, 9:51am - #60178 
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Originally Posted by Elec-FuYu
i couldnt find any spot in celica to install it...


couldn't you put it under your deck or is that spot already filled? i guess theoretically you could put it almost anywhere but i think it'll look best on the center console
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Mp3Supply Nov 14, 3:22pm - #60179 

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someone installed it b4 where the 4 way flasher button is. . . but then i dont know how you would turn on ur 4 ways .. i guess re route the wire .. >!?

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VSGTS14 Nov 14, 9:16pm - #60180 

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the new prius is push start
along with the S2000.

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fastceli2001 Nov 14, 10:50pm - #60181 

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if you have to turn the key anyway then there is no point. its about as usefull as a blow off valve sound generator thumbsdown

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CelicaRacer05 Nov 14, 11:13pm - #60182 

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if you dont use your cig lighter you can mount it right in that spot, it works great though a little reaching (short arms) or you could mount it by the gear box, if you have an auto (not sure how the gear box looks like in a manual) My friend has his key ignition in his saab right below (towards the back) behind his sifter. About the Prius having push start, when you first start moving its pretty much electric so the push button is just cosmetic.
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Stephen Nov 14, 11:41pm - #60183 
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If I didn't have to turn the key, there's no way in hell that thing would be going in my car! I don't need to mount the starter in the cig lighter hole..I'm getting this panel to put in the gaping hole under my deck. This is what it looks like all put together. It's just one of those little "cool" mods that serves no real purpose but will make me enjoy my Celica even more (if that's possible confused)

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CooKie_MoNsTeR2k Nov 30, 6:02am - #60184 
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The search button is a wonderful thing...thx for the post...gonna pick me up one of these to go under my clarion unit.
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celicaTRDgts Nov 30, 6:06am - #60185 

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wow that looks nice..good job

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