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Old 01-06-2006
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Does anybody have/installed this on their Rangers. I know a guy at work who loves his on his Chevy, just wanted to know how much of a pain/benefit it would be for me and my 2003 XLT.
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stay far away from bulldog
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Why????

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bulldog is crap ask any installer....theyll get the shivers when they hear bulldog
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what is it?
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yeah ive heard nothing but negative things about bulldog remote starters. bad support, bad products.

definitely go with something else!
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If you see a bulldog remote start or alarm, START RUNNING REALLY FAST in the opposite direction.

I have heard many negative things about them. A couple of months ago, one of our part time installers (only works for us on saturdays,he works for another installer shop during the week). Installed 3 of them for the same person, just on 3 diff cars. 1 stopped working after a month, 1 smoke the cars ignition harness, and the other one actually caught fire and wrecked the car.

I have heard alot of really bad things about them. Especially about melting the wiring harness in your car.

BUT, like I tell everyone that asks about them.
It's your car/truck, install whatever you would like. "I" would stay away from them.



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Enough said, I'm out....
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Enough said, I'm out....
Just look at my avatar. That's what to do if you see a bulldog product.....LOL


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budy of mine got one on his truck day later he ripped it all out he said it never worked right
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