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dannyDEI 
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It is.
jerryh3 
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Installed it over the weekend. The K-O-A worked great.
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FYI, the Idatatlink modules now cover 80 bit Toyotas...
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idatalink pieces are very nice, but cost alot more for canadians of course.
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racing_bidule 
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tedmond wrote:
idatalink pieces are very nice, but cost alot more for canadians of course.

Sure if you compare our CAN modules to any other regular immobilizer bypass module but in your specific case you could have done the vehicle using the TB modules which are really price competitive. You have to compare apples with apples.

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muaiad97 
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the best way to by pass  use the extra key with loop around the ignition no any problem i did one last winter so far the guy have no issue

xxunknownxx 
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muaiad97 wrote:

the best way to by pass  use the extra key with loop around the ignition no any problem i did one last winter so far the guy have no issue

Yea Im old school. I love my key in a box. Shave down the key throw it in a box and no problems. I use them the most because down here in alabama we rarely have weather cold enough to interfere with the 556u's.
chrisnepa 
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I'm in cold PA, and I love the universal bypass as well. Try using the newer version of the 556U, the TBX-Key by DEI. They are just as good, but with more versatility. Anyway, I don't have cold related issues with the universal bypass "coffins".
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Fortin Key Overide all mods work good but take some time. Flashlogic FL-can mods work great and take less time.
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