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pimpincavy 
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At the shop where i work remote starts start at 130 for auto 250 for stick. Plus bypass. locks, trunk etc.
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wow thats cheap for labor. Most of the time for just a basic remote start with the locks i'm charging about 150 just labor. If it is a stick and we are installing a stick compatable unit then its an extra $5o for labor. However it all depends on the car. For instance sometimes the bypass takes car of it and sometimes like on subaru's you can get a factory neutral safety wire for stick vehicles.
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250 for stick? plus  bypass?!! that is expensive...

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hey chev i assume those are 1way units?

as my price is 550 for compustar pro 2way alarm/start installed including bypass, all triggers, trunk pop, door lock

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yea i do mostly 1 way units but 2 way is still the same price    doesn"t benifit me just the company
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thats a good deal then if its 499 for 2way all in.

im just curious, how long does it take you guys to do an alarm/remote start (with bypass, assuming no data module can be used)

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It depends on the car but usually about 2-3 hrs   The new ford code start only is nice I did a 11 Lincoln Mkz yesterday it took me 30 mins car was back out the door
The sedonas before we started using idata link    would take me 4-5 hrs to do full alarm/keyless/start/ slider control    you would have to go into the door for locks which meant going through the molex connector. the door triggers, dome light, trunk pin were all at the RAM(rear area module) in the back drivers side of the van   
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