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from 1-5 (5 being the most difficult) which cars would you consider the most difficult or frustating to install remote/alarm/keyless? 
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1) Honda Accord 95

2) Pontiac Sunfire 98
3) Toyota Camry 05
4) Nissan Altima 06
5) Mazda CX-7 08

I did the installon the cx7 and couldnt get a few things. i asked my friend that has a fairly large shop and he told me where i could tag the rest of them.

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1. any honda or toyota

2.  any korean car

3. Fords and Chrysler

4. GM

5. european luxery cars

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You mightv as well say all cars with wheels

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Weaksauce..... they are all easy if you want them to be! But, just to play along, here are my kryptonite cars:
1) 2006+ Saab 9-3. No bypass, no modules available at all. Gotta do it the old fashioned way..... DMM and smarts as there is zero tech info either! (I have one out there and working. Even the dealer was shocked)
2) MB newer than 2005. Not fun, many are impossible. We don't touch 'em
3) No 3, 4, or 5. Everything else on the road is pretty much not that bad to do at all.
Want to have some real fun? Do an alarm on an older Lotus Esprit. You will be begging to work on a VW (which are about GM easy if you want them to be)
Wherever I go, that is where I end up......
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A 95 Accord made the list.   WOW
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i am an idiot wrote:
A 95 Accord made the list.   WOW

Original post mentioned a scale 1-5, 1 being the easiest, and 5 being the hardest.

So his 95 accord listed as a 1 is considered easy.

Jonathan

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Re-read the post, and I misunderstood it as well most difficult cars, alarm/remote start -- posted image.

should be:

"Top 5 hardest cars, 1 being the easiest hardest car and 5 being the hardest hardest car."

Jonathan

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Either way a 95 Honda Accord should not be on the list of the 5 hardest cars to install an alarm.  That is like saying a 1986 Honda CRX is the hardest vehicle to install a radio.
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ok so here is my prob i got this viper3002 alarm forme one of my friends and do not know anything about it other than it works what i want to put it in is a 2000 pontiac grand am  and i am lost dont know where any of the wires go except the power any help would be great thanks kendall
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