Hey guys, I picked up an Ultra 1272 Pro remote starter last night for the price of $20 new, and after looking over the install instructions, I'm confused. I installed a bulldog 2 way in my wife's Dakota a while back and it works great, but it's not a canbus system like the LX cars are.
In the install instructions on a few websites it says I need specific resistors for the door locks, light features, etc. after looking at it, it seems feasible as it is a negative operated system.
Anyone know about the aftermarket installs on these cars?
Anyone have experience with the evo-chr set up?
I installed a Zenesis, two way, remote start in my wife's 2010 charger, it was plug and play for the most part, the Evo-chr with the t-harness controlled, the remote start, lights, doors, all that. All I had to hook up was pretty much power and ground, hood pin, etc. Hell, even the stock remote still works, even with the remote start (hit lock three times) and it starts.
So, I thought the fortin bypass would be the natural choice for my install of my Viper 5704 in my 2006 magnum. Boy was I wrong, the fortin bypass and the viper were not compatible through the data harness. I burned two modules up.
Long story short, I took my alarm in and had it installed. Not sure why the charger was a walk in the park and my magnum was such a PITA!!!
I have installed many alarms, stereos, etc. but I think the technology has surpassed my capabilities, I won't do it again.
North West Florida (FWB)
2010 Charger SXT
1996 Impala SS LT1
2005 Colorado Xtreme
1962 Vespa GS Mk1
I installed a remote start/alarm WAY back in the day when these were new and the security bypasses weren't what they are today. Almost every wire requires a resistor but it wasn't to horrible. Most connections could be made at the gauge cluster.
'06 Silver R/T with Road and Track on UAS
I do it for a living and I've personally found that the Idatalink modules are the easiest to work with, with the best instructions and tech support. I've done a bunch of LX's
Bone stock (for now) 2006 SRT-8 Magnum
Dont attempt it yourself is all i say. If you want to do it yourself then just go with the Compustar FT-CHR1 or FT-CHR2 depending on what ignition system your vehicle uses. This is litereally plug and play. Only optional wires are light flash and hood pin. I do advise hooking up the hood pin though just for safety reasons.
This system will work off of factory remotes if you have them or you can even add long range remotes. It also has the EVO-CHR software in the unit which was mentioned above.
Scorp, my fortin module flashed my lights, there was no need for extra wires.
Oh sorry it does still flash the lights but the Compustar unit just won't give you park light confirmation that the vehicle is running unless you hook up the light wire
Once you go brilliant black, you never go back!
It's not getting the transponder signal. Did you get the car with it? Or did you have it installed? PM if anything so we don't thread jack.