DIY for a couple bucks Auto stop / start bypass testing in progress.
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    DIY for a couple bucks Auto stop / start bypass testing in progress.

    For the next couple weeks I'll be testing my auto stop / start bypass that would cost you a couple bucks in parts and a couple hours to install.

    It will require you to press a button each time you start the car.

    If it works flawlessly for me for the next few weeks I'll write up a brief how to and post it.

    I just can't stand the idea of paying over $100 for a plug and play solution that isn't flawless. *remote start issues
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    So, does remote start still work properly then with your bypass setup?
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    I don't use the remote so I don't know how it works. But if I really want to remote. The app works good

    Price was worth it to me. 5 minute install. Not 2 hours.

    The tune methods run $350 and $650. Or $170 for just AS program. $140 for module.

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