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    Cool remote start

    can someone please help as im abit thick

    Im am looking into buying an alarm for my astra and see some of them come with remote start which I think could be useful at times and Id like to show off to a friend who forever winds me up with his remote control windows :P

    my question is how do they bypass the standard imobaliser and what would happen if i then put my key in the ignition... would I have to start it again

    ive looked at imobiliser bypass modules but would it be as simple a taping the chip from my key under the dash or is there another way to do it???

    any help appreciated

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    anyone?

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    The way it is done is there remove the chip in your key and glue it to the module under ur steering column in regards to u putting ur key in on my Clifford alarm u press the star button on the Clifford remote and then the engine starts then u unlock ur car doors and then put the key in the ignition once you press either the brake or once it revs higher than a certain rpm u will here a click that comes from the alarm module and the it reverts back to a normal car ie if u turn ignition off the engine will turn off hope this helps

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    Of course bypassing the immobiliser in this way or any way will void your insurance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Autosparks View Post
    Of course bypassing the immobiliser in this way or any way will void your insurance
    Unless u tell them of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by vxgsiturbo View Post
    Unless u tell them of course
    was thinking the same haha

    having the alarm fitted ive looked and wouldnt change my insurance but the imboliliser would so it putting the chip on the moduel would be an easy revers at a guess.. unless it gets nicked... alarm may help aviod that thou

    cheers for the help guys

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    No one ever fits the proper bypass kits in these days, your Clifford tech should of given you the option, frankly i wouldn't fit intelistart to anyone's car without it!
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