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Old 08-06-2008
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starter kill

hey guys, no problems yet, this is just preemptive. When i bought my truck it came with an aftermarket remote unlock and alarm system. There is a starter kill that when the alarm is triggered the key has to be turned to acc and the unlock button on the remote pushed before it will crank. This happens allot because the alarm system is crazy.

I haven't had any problems, but the system gives off a p.o.s. vibe. my question is if something happens to the remote, what can i do to get my truck started. I cant imagine its simple, but how can i deactivate the system if i need too? just figured out its an audiovox alarm system, well atleast the key fob is.

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