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Compustar 2-Way Remote Start System w/ Free Installation EXPIRED
Thanks to community member zjoewang for finding this deal
Note, installation at available areas may vary depending on location.
About the Product
- Compatible with most vehicles with automatic transmission
- Start your engine from a distance before you get in.
- 3000' range
- Remote transmitters let you start your car while you're still in the house.
- Advanced remote start functions
- Include timed start, cold and hot temperature start, valet mode, and stop-and-go mode.
- Keyless entry
- Unlock your vehicle's doors with your key chain remote.
- 1x CM-DC3
- 1 x 2WG15R-FM
- 1 x 1WG15R-FM
- 1 x ANT-2WFMX
- Wire Harness Kit
- User manual
- Includes a 1-year manufacturer's warranty w/ purchase (parts + labor)
Editor's Notes & Price Research
- This product is available again for $10 more than the previous deal; it does not include the T-Harness. Purchase of this product today will save you $180 Off (40% Savings) from the original list price of $449.99. Also includes the installation which is valued at $110
- Be sure to check if this device is compatible w/ your vehicle via the product page
- 15-day of free/easy returns if offered for this product
- Offer valid while promotion/supplies last
- Highly rated by customers for setup, range and price
- Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
I got my wife this same remote start for Xmas a couple years ago. I already had it in my truck which had manual locks.
As a gift to me, she took my truck to a mechanic who added powered locks. Pretty sure it cost less than it would have because the remote start keyfob/remote was compatible (they didn't give us a separate fob). So the electronics were in place to communicate with the power locks.
I actually thought it was kind of silly / extravagant. I didn't mind the manual locks at all. But now that they're powered I actually appreciate the luxury (LULZ), especially when it's really cold or I have my hands full.
It wasn't cheap but more reasonable than I expected, I think ~$400. I know wifey had to call a few places before finding a shop that would handle it.
If you just mean will it work with power locks, yes it will.
One wrinkle to know about though. On my wife's car, the alarm will go off sometimes if the driver's door is not opened first and the car's OEM fob was used to unlock.
Oddly it doesn't happen every time. We have a toddler and regularly open the rear door first.
Slightly annoying. Putting the key in the ignition solves it, oddly pressing unlock on either fob does not.
2011 Elantra FWIW.