For the cars that have factory immobilizer circuits (chip inside of key) I do have the modules needed to bypass during the remote start function. The immobilizer still provides full protection yet the module allows the vehicle to start even though there is a factory security device in place.
I have detailed wiring location and color codes for just about all vehicles. When I provide the unit, you should have no problem installing easily.
For Dodge Rams, around 96 to 01, last generation, I have alarm and remote start systems that include plug in harnesses designed for alarm, remote start and keyless entry. These were manufactured for Mopar and are leftovers from that generation. My guys can install the complete prewire in just under one hour meeting dealership standards. These units come with factory style fuse box, wiring pre-loomed, lengthed and terminated, and plug in t harness door locks. I have about 50 left of these. They cost OSO members $125.00 including sensors, color cases in many colors, etc. They used to sell to dealers uninstalled for more than double that. Once they are gone, they are gone.
I have timers and all the rest of the good stuff from DEI in stock as well as a brand you can see at www.ultrastarters.com that are less expensive.
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