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anyone have one...I wanted to put one in my new 05 that I just bought my wife. I talked to the nissan dealer today and he said that they don't recommend it, because for some reason they don't agree with the nissan's and they tend to cause all sorts of problems. What are your thoughts. Anyone have one?
 

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Many have installed and some have reported problems with alarms and memory seats. Search the problems" thread.
 

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I had a Viper 771XV installed by a professional shop, and have never had a problem with anything. It has been installed for about 1.5 years now, probably about 42,000 miles.
 

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we have a polarstart remote starter with intelligent key and we have had no problems. the certidied radio in town still has not found out how to integrate an alarm system with the intelli key setup.
 

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nissan in thunder bay on. instal startes at its dealership honda would not install one on my daugthers civic 2003. go for it we have them onboth my "m" and wife's lincoln and on a older sabel all had no problem
 

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i got one. got it done by futureshop for 199 i guess.
it works fine. memory seating not an issue as long as you FIRST open the car and THEN start the car.
 

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hasaanbhutta said:

it works fine. memory seating not an issue as long as you FIRST open the car and THEN start the car.
Doesn't that defeat the purpose of a remote starter?
 

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Mr3Putt said:


Doesn't that defeat the purpose of a remote starter?
in a way it does. but since i am the primary driver of MO and wife only drives it occassionaly its not a big deal for me. the seats are always in my settings. when she gets in after starting the car, all she needs to do is push the "2" button on the door and she gets her seating settings.

but for someone who switches drives quite often with another driver, yea it could be a hassle to use keyfob first and then remote.

Luxury comes at a cost !!
 
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