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Old 03-27-2010, 09:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just realized, there is no way for us to add remote start to these cars is there? I don't see how with the fob having to be in the car for it to start?
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Old 03-27-2010, 09:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My Camry had the smart key and remote start. But it was a factory installed option. Not sure about after market.
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Old 03-27-2010, 09:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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there must be a way, so many cars today have a key with a chip in it that is required to start the car as part of the anti-theft and the car start companies have bypasses for those, i would think that it is just a matter of time before some company does the same for cars like ours. after all, the key-less system has been around for a while.
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there must be a way, so many cars today have a key with a chip in it that is required to start the car as part of the anti-theft and the car start companies have bypasses for those, i would think that it is just a matter of time before some company does the same for cars like ours. after all, the key-less system has been around for a while.
With my 05 Altima that had chipped key, you had to put one in a box up under the firewall in order for it to work. With our cars, with no key, it would be awful dangerous to do away with the imobilizer function as all someone would have to do ism push the button! With the Altima you at least still had to have a key in order to drive it away.
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Does Your Car Need an Interface Module?
The majority of today's vehicles come from the factory with an anti-theft system intended to prevent hot-wiring by thieves. Most of these vehicles look for a special key to be present in order to start the engine. Some newer vehicles even have a push-button start that is aware when the driver’s key is present somewhere in the vehicle. During remote start, obviously there is no key present, so an interface module is necessary, to let the vehicle know it is OK to remote start.
In addition, most newer vehicles control power door locks and anti-theft or security features by sending digital signals over a network called a databus. By interfacing with this databus, your new Viper system can control factory features – right from your Viper remote!
It's easy to find out if your vehicle needs an interface module: simply select your vehicle below.

this is from the viper website, assume others have come up with the same.
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I talked to a dealer here who did the Compustar setup for the Caravan. I asked about the Sonata and the normal non smart key can be done like any other car out there now. Smart Key and push button start can be done too but they don't have the interfaces and such available yet, he said to check back in the summer. But they have done Lexus with push button with no issues so it can be done, just a matter of the interfaces becoming available since it's such a new car.

The Hyundai dealer said one from Hyundai should be available later this year. The downside is like all factory systems the range isn't as great as the aftermarket, about 200 feet compared to 3000 - 5000 feet for aftermarket units. I'm going to go with Compustar again as it was loaded with features too and would be cheaper than the factory Hyundai unit. But for everyone else, whether you go aftermarket or factory remote start will be possible shortly.
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I talked to a dealer here who did the Compustar setup for the Caravan. I asked about the Sonata and the normal non smart key can be done like any other car out there now. Smart Key and push button start can be done too but they don't have the interfaces and such available yet, he said to check back in the summer. But they have done Lexus with push button with no issues so it can be done, just a matter of the interfaces becoming available since it's such a new car.

The Hyundai dealer said one from Hyundai should be available later this year. The downside is like all factory systems the range isn't as great as the aftermarket, about 200 feet compared to 3000 - 5000 feet for aftermarket units. I'm going to go with Compustar again as it was loaded with features too and would be cheaper than the factory Hyundai unit. But for everyone else, whether you go aftermarket or factory remote start will be possible shortly.
Awesome!!! When someone does find it available, please let us all know!
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I think if you get one of these http://www.viper.com/P-1101T/Univers...ity-Key-Bypass along with a compatible viper starter it will work with no problems, probably will cost more to install though.
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As for right now you can not install a remote start without loosing one of the expensive key fobs. Plus they have to leave the fob in the car somewhere which makes the car able to be stolen at all times.
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QUOTE (HyundaiDealer @ Mar 29 2010, 06:24 PM)
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As for right now you can not install a remote start without loosing one of the expensive key fobs. Plus they have to leave the fob in the car somewhere which makes the car able to be stolen at all times.
Thank you!!!!!! Thats what I was getting at!!
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