Purchased a universal Remote Starter, Alarm or Keyless Entry System? You'll probably need an additional Bypass Interface Kit to Complete the Installation....
For more than 15 years automotive manufacturers have introduced their own versions of anti-theft systems. From a resistor chip (GM VATS system) you could clearly see on the blade of the key to a more sophisticated transponder chip embedded in the head of the key (GM PK3, Ford PATS, Dodge Sentry Keys) these effective anti-theft circuits inhibit the flow of fuel to the engine when other means of starting the vehicle is attempted other then using the vehicles key... including remote car starters.
Vehicle's with factory anti-theft systems will prevent any brand of remote starter system from starting the vehicle without the aid of the appropriate interface kit. These additional interface kit's are needed to momentarily "bypass" the factory anti-theft system to allow remote starting of the vehicle. Furthermore, with our interface kit's, except when you are remote starting the vehicle, the vehicles anti-theft system stays fully intact and working and still covered by any remaining manufacturers warranty.
Factory anti-theft systems are not the only possible circuits in some vehicle's that may need an additional interface kit to allow an aftermarket system to work properly. Although not as commonly found in most vehicle's as factory anti-theft systems are, some vehicle's require interface kits to enable an aftermarket installed system with remote keyless entry to control the vehicles existing power door locks, factory alarm and some accessories. When situations similar to this exist in vehicle, a combination bypass & door locks interface kit is needed to enable your aftermarket system to control these circuits properly. For more information about your specific vehicle call: 1-586-677-9580
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