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kickerofdoom said:
I was looking into getting a viper one what are other peoples experiences with them or other ones
I wouldn't recommend it. There so easy to disconnect for the cars that have them. I could go into a car & disconnect it. That's how easy it is.
 

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I had an AutoPage remote start on my 5 speed Dodge. My Ex left it in gear and when I hit the button to start the car, it cranked itself into the street causing an accident. If you have a Manual transmission don't ever leave it in gear and always use the parking brake.
 

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primer2tone said:
I had an AutoPage remote start on my 5 speed Dodge. My Ex left it in gear and when I hit the button to start the car, it cranked itself into the street causing an accident. If you have a Manual transmission don't ever leave it in gear and always use the parking brake.
Wouldn't it just stall?
 

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It would crank for 6 seconds. That was enough time for the car to roll over the curve and into the street. That's the reason most alarm installers don't install a remote start on cars with a manual transmission because they would have to bypass the clutch switch.
 

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whit the parking brake on and front tires to the curve hitting it itwould only stall and not even move more than 5" , and for thouse who said that they can just disconnect the alarm well it all depends on who installed the alarm and how were they left the connections, am a caraudio installer 15years and on mustangs I always hide the alarms behind the radio area or event behind the cluster on 98and older stangs that don't have the pats chip on key, also all wiring is well cover eather whit tape or plastic tubing for hiding all connections and harder for the robbers to find, sow good choice if u are planning on adding an alarm to your stang
 
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