Swithblade remote alarm kit! Only $69 USD

Old Jun 3, 2006, 01:10 AM
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Swithblade remote alarm kit! Only $69 USD

Hi guys,

I have about 18 of these alarm kits in stock.

These are regular alarm kit, with all the bells and whistles of any other typical alarm kit - shock sensor, learning code, arm / disarm.. remote door lock / unlock, etc..

It doesnt have car starter option however.

This kit is designed to work as one unit. Meaning, it's originally developed, designed, and tested to work with the alarm system that comes as a package. Therefore, we can provide 100% guarantee that it will work on ALL cars (without immobilizer transponder) that install the whole kit together.

The keys will work, as well as the remotes. Just think of this as any other aftermarket alarm system with all the bells and whistles, but with the added bonus of having the switchblade key with remote.

Most new cars (since 1994 and after) have some sort of immobilizer transponder chip built into the car and the key. Most often you will have a display in your guage with a "Green key logo" that blinks when you first turn on your car. This verifies that the key you are using is sending the correct "codes" to the engine immobilizer and allows the car to turn on. The problem is, it's even more difficult to be able to program our key to work with the hundreds of transponder manufacturers in the market. Therefore, there are a few options to "retrofit" it.

1. Crack open your OEM key or spare key. -> Take out the chip (usually looks like coils) -> unscrew and open the Autodoodad switchblade key -> transfer the transponder chip into the switchblade key - make sure the chip is touching the key portion (in order to send communication) -> Put it back together. This method has worked for some BMW's already.

2. Cut the key portion of your original key and have it taped on the inside portion of the steering column. This only works for those transponders that communicate wirelessly. Some keys communicate through the key (hence the chip has to touch the key portion).

3. Use aftermarket immobilizer by-pass unit (costs $35), and permanently disable the immoblizer. So all you need to do is cut the key. If you're worried about the loss of immobilizer security, there is another option. This alarm system also has an immobilizer function. Therefore, you can disable your OEM immobilizer function, and install / use the immobilizer function from this alarm system. So in a sense, you are switching your OEM immobilizer system with ours

PLEASE NOTE: The "key / remote" only will not work with any other stock or aftermarket alarm systems. Every alarm manufacturer has its own communication protocol, frequency, and codes, and its virtually impossible to create an "universal remote" that can be programmed to work with other brand stock / aftermarket alarms.

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PRICE FOR members: $69.95 USD + Shipping $9.95 USD (Expedited 10 day delivery via USPS)
Total: $79.90 USD

For faster delivery, I can use UPS Standard - 4 business day delivery: $19.95 USD is offline  
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you guys have any local dealers that will install this?
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Originally Posted by EVOMIZ
you guys have any local dealers that will install this?
We're just an online reseller, not a distributor.. so sorry.. we dont.

But pretty much any professional alarm shop should be able to do this within 1 hour or less. is offline  
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