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Electronics Car Remote Entry

Discussion in 'Modding' started by deadly-app, 15 Jun 2005.

  1. deadly-app

    deadly-app New Member

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    Well, I would really like a remote entry system on my car, a 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo. It does have power locks, so If I'm thinking right, I probably just need an rf reciever/transmitter, a keyfab and then the necessary circuitry to get it to open or close the lock, which is most likely just an electrical impulse.

    Could someone give me an idea of how this would work and some price/parts lists ;)

    Mitsu wants like 150 bucks for a keyfab, and I would have to pirate another car for the reciever.
     
  2. firestarter03

    firestarter03 New Member

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    Well check ebay for a keyfob, they go cheap on there. I just got one for £6.50 for my car and it will just need programming.
     
  3. theshadow27

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    showoff :rolleyes:

    well, i could make you build your own, but i like you too much. :D the kefob+reciever proto kit is $100 bucks from linx... worthless if your not OEM.

    best thing to do is to go down to advance auto, pep boys, even wal-mart and pick up a kit. they sometimes go for under $20. you can get remote start for $30 (now THAT is pimp). if you get the best on the market (viper) it is $400, but dont waste your money (stay out of best buy). all of these stores have shitty online shoping, so just go in.

    some of the first things that came up
    http://www.slickcar.com/productdetails.asp?ProductID=2208
    http://www.overstock.com/cgi-bin/d2.cgi?PAGE=PRODUCT&PROD_ID=1463487&cid=19490&fp=F

    hope i can help you *cough*GETBACKTOXOXIDE*cough*
     
  4. deadly-app

    deadly-app New Member

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  5. theshadow27

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    rodger that! but you are admin so it is... more intresting...
    negitive!

    ive done it 2 or 3 times:naughty: ... see if http://www.theeshadow.net/carmod/ is still up... i dont remember. you just need a limit-style switch to stop it from starting if it is in gear, OR a powerlock actuator to clutch for ya. either = easy.
     
  6. deadly-app

    deadly-app New Member

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    Heh. I have to have my clutch fully depressed before I can do any starting. And I don't want to mess with an actuator :p

    But meh!

    This wont happen for a while. I have wayyyy more stuff to buy :(

    Shadow....You wanna send me a couple g's? I need to replace timing belt, rebuild/replace turbos, and more! :p
     

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