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You need to get you a keyfob and be lazy like us and not use a key.

you should know by now im no lazy man; just look at what i have accomplished so far and only had the ranger for 2 months now. oh and i got a keyfob and programmed it. lol i see you posted in the other thread. rmao



And I tried the window auto roll up trick and it didnt work. What did you do to make it do that?

uhhhh not me at least not yet
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I designed, built, and installed a controller to do it.
And how hard is it to build this said controller?
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screw building it just run a wire from the fuse box under the hood to your other fusebox and a relay. done
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And how hard is it to build this said controller?
it took a while to design; researching how the Central Security Module is wired in, etc.. took an evening to write the actual firmware for the controller... and a few evenings soldering parts on the board before that... all in all, not that difficult to build it, I'd guess... just took some time engineering it in the first place.


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screw building it just run a wire from the fuse box under the hood to your other fusebox and a relay. done
oh? do tell, martine -- what wire would you run between the two fuse boxes, and where/how would you wire in a relay to accomplish this? I'd truly be interested in seeing your functioning design, using only a wire and a relay.
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it took a while to design; researching how the Central Security Module is wired in, etc.. took an evening to write the actual firmware for the controller... and a few evenings soldering parts on the board before that... all in all, not that difficult to build it, I'd guess... just took some time engineering it in the first place.
Sounds to complicated to me. I'll just have to walk back outside if I leave the windows down.
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