|When you think about remote starters, what do you think of first? Which aspects of remote starters are important, which are essential, and which ones can you take or leave? You be the judge. I found this on the internet about remote starters.|
Stupid Remote Starter
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I am on the 3rd Remote starter in my truck in two years. It is supposed to be a good one too (the 2 way system etc, etc, ) Anyway, yesterday, after work I pressed the button and VOILAnothing. Piece of CRAP. This is a brand new one too(1 month old) and of course it craps out on me on a -27 day. Turns out (this time) that somehow it got put into valet mode, so with some tech help from the installer I was able to fix it to work right again. Than this morning I notice that the horn doesnt beep anymore when I press the buttons. So I was back on the phone this morning with the installer fixing that. I got it to work again, but what a hassle. The more technology we have in our lives the more stressfull it is. People who had a horse and buggy never had to worry about their remote starter not working!
The key thing here is that this guy is technologically challenged. He should have got a simpler remote starter and should make sure that the installer installs his remote starter properly. In particular ask how he connects the wires. Loose and or corroded wires account for the majority of remote car starters not working.
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