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I need some help with installing a remote start system on a 2007 chevy aveo. how much different from the 2004 diagram is it 2007 if any? I found the 04 one in the database, anyone have any experience? Thanks
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if you got an hatchback.. same wiring.. if sedan.. I think the wiring has changed.. but I don't have.. I search too..

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I got up to 06, same as the 04 if that helps any...........
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Yeah everything is The same. Running wires for the power door lock actuators may requires special factory connector pins or drilling through the connector housing in the front doors. Thanks for the replys
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