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Old 04-09-2005, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default Viper 150ESP remote stat and keyless entry

viper 150ESP remote stat and keyless entry. http://www.directed.com/guides/manua...viper/552V.pdf had it on the truck for about a month and decided to upgrade to a better alarm. im asking 110$ shipped from houston. i have the starter setup on a wiring harness so you dont have to cut any ignition wires. you will only need to tap 4 or 5 wires to make everything work corectly. law116@swbell.net

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How hard is it to wire into the Manual with clutch start cancel?
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........ if you never park with it in gear then you just have to bypass the clutch switch at the back of the clutch..... but the one time you forget it will be kinda funny lol
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How hard is it to wire into the Manual with clutch start cancel?
im not really too shure, i have read about people wiring it to where the truck wouldnt start unless you pushed the clutch start cancel button before getting out of the truck
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is this just a keyless entry kit or is it an actual alarm? any sensors with it or just the lock/unlock and start functions?
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it is just keyless entry and remote start.
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