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Ford Remote Car Starter

has anyone tried to install on of these ford factory remote starters?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/OEM-F...50311884QQrdZ1
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...MakeTrack=true


I'm thinking about getting one and a buddy of mine might get one as well for his 02 Superduty

How bad would the install be? thoughts?
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interesting i know we installed a few at the dealer but used the normal key pad like whant rangers come with and you hold the lock and unlock button and it starts the car... i wonder what set up that was
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interesting i know we installed a few at the dealer but used the normal key pad like whant rangers come with and you hold the lock and unlock button and it starts the car... i wonder what set up that was
do you know what is needed for that install?
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For the price of them i had mine installed professionally....just because it comes with a lifetime warrantee, im sure i could have done it.....But its less hassle to just have someone put it on for you....

Most run 260 installed with a chip in the key
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his 250 doesnt have pats.
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the oem kits like those are a pita to install... iv done 1 a while back when i turned wrenches for a living.. took about 2 days and book time was 2 hours.. those kits have about a million wires that tap into just about every module on the car
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But his is a diesel so it will probably be more too... For your truck with pats here in ohio it would be 260 installed

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