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Last Edited by firebirdude November 28, 2015 at 01:42 PM
Just got insider information that the Viper 4806V remote start system and DBALL2 bypass module will be on a Best Buy Deal of the Day this Saturday for $239.99 INSTALLED.

UPDATE: IT'S LIVE! HERE'S THE LINK!
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/viper...7900050000

SCREAMIN DEAL!

THIS DEAL IS AVAILABLE IN STORE AS WELL! Once all the items are added into the point of sale system (including all labor), it will automatically discount down to $239. Watched it with my own eyes.
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#3
Seems like a great deal for a 2 way system
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#4
Great deal but not sure how much real is this
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With this remote start alarm (since it is 2way) will I get alert if someone opens the door? Or breaks the glass?
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Last edited by HemiMuscle November 23, 2015 at 03:46 PM
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I just want to start my 14 pathfinder using the OEM fob, what do I need?
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Quote from firebirdude View Post :
Just got insider information that the Viper 4806V remote start system and DBALL2 bypass module will be on a Best Buy Deal of the Day this Saturday for $239.99 INSTALLED.
Thanks and repped! will this work with a 2015 subaru outback (not push button start)? or a 2008 lincoln mkz?
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What's 2-way system please?
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What's 2-way system please?
It notifies you whether your car is started or not
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#10
I can go to any BB store this Saturday for this?
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Quote from HemiMuscle View Post :
With this remote start alarm (since it is 2way) will I get alert if someone opens the door? Or breaks the glass?
This is not an alarm. Remote start and keyless entry only. If you want the alarm also, you want the 5806v. It will not be on sale.
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I just want to start my 14 pathfinder using the OEM fob, what do I need?
You'll need a full remote start system with bypass module installed, then ask the installed to connect the "activation input" wire to your factory door lock wire. Now, when you press lock on your factory fob 3 times within 4 seconds, it will trigger the Viper remote start system. But in order for this to work, you need to do a test first. Go out to your car now and start it with the key. Now press some buttons on the keyfob. Do they work? If so, this will work great. If the factory fob doesn't work while the vehicle is running, you can still do this trick.... but you wouldn't be able to unlock the doors.
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Thanks and repped! will this work with a 2015 subaru outback (not push button start)? or a 2008 lincoln mkz?
I didn't even know the 15 Outback came in a non-push button start version. lol None of the bypass modules that I know of show compatibility with the non-push button start Outback. This likely means it's a keywrap (old school) install. That means the installer will have to bury a key in the dash with the remote start. You'll lose a key and it's going to be a solid $80-$100 extra parts and labor. It'll work though! And on the Lincoln, easy peezy. No extra parts needed.
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I can go to any BB store this Saturday for this?
Yep!
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Anything extra needed for a 14 sienna le with a G key?
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Might get in on this but what does the Bypass Module do and is it required?
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I hope this is true! An employee told me this deal was coming this winter but they didn't know the exact date. Thanks for posting!
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