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I am going to attempt doing a remote start in a 2007 Nissan Altima w/Intelli-key. I've read all I could find here on The12Volt, but does anyone have exact, detailed info on doing this car. I will be installing an Audiovox Prestige APS-57 & trying to do it without a bypass module. Thank You in advance. 
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trying to do it without a bypass module.
You NEED a module, whether it is one that integrates to the entire vehicle or one that just bypasses the transponder you need a bypass for the transponder at the very least.
Here a couple of links provided by Bypasskit.com showing some of options they offer:
Option 1
Option 2
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if u want the car to start, then bypass is needed. I would use the links that twelvolts showed for bypasskits, or u can go the idatlink route. both reliable.
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I have been asked to quote one of these, I was looking at the xk07 route.

How well does this work and how long does it take.....

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the xko7 will do the transponder bypass. and the bypass can be done through the can bus system. As for quality, the bypasskits are solid units and very dependable. As for install time, the new 07 altima uses the push button, so wiring and hunting for your wires will be about 1 - 2 hours, depending on how efficiant you work. On a new car, i suggest you take your time with it.
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I would highly advise taking a different route than just the XK07 and the diagram they provide. I really don't have a suggestion on what to use, but I would not use the XK07 and their diagram. Keep looking..
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I am taking all suggestions. I'm reading everything I can about the car & the few bypasses available. Originally I was going to use one of the customers remotes, or have him get an extra & build my own transponder bypass. Now I'm feeling it might be easier to get a bypass such as the XK07, even though it will add to the cost.

I've done hundreds of remote starts, but this will be my first "Smart Key" installation.

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If you want something to do everything for the altima, Try the iDataLink systems or Fortin CAN-SL2. Fortin and iDataLink are sure real time savers with simple wire hookup and it controls factory alarm, locks, trunk/pin monitor etc.

Fortin CAN-SL2

https://ifar.ca/en/products/all_products/can-sl2/

iDataLink

http://www.idatalink.com/product/result_page.asp?mod=srchv&make=Nissan&model=Altima&year=2007&carid=4730

tell ur customer to spend now to save you and him time and cost.

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Well, I finally did the car the other day, & it worked out fine. I used the XK07 module, even though the Fortin or Idatalink, looked easier to install. I simply had easy access to the XK07. I followed the wiring in the directions, & it took a long time(all day), but everything worked in the end. The next one I do will go much smoother.

The only issue I had was that the "key" light remains on, but only if you remote start the car & then take over with the factory transmitter in the car. I called BypassKit tech support & they explained that it is a "known" issue & they are working on a software upgrade. Customer is OK with it & so am I. Thanks everyone for all the suggestions.

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Yeah the fortin and Idata modules don't have this key light issue. You cut the wire and run it thru the module and it takes care of it.
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