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Copper - Posts: 125
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Posted: July 15, 2003 at 6:46 PM / IP Logged  
Anyone installed one of these?
If you have, how easy was it to program, what were the problems you had, does it learn the transponder code from a key or do you have to put a key inside it.
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Posted: July 16, 2003 at 8:19 AM / IP Logged  
Hey, where did you buy this bypass module. I need one for my Honda (555H). Can you tell me where you got yours? I see them for $40, I want to see if I can get them for cheaper.
I'm pretty sure the only unit you will have to put the key inside is the 555U; which is the universal module.
Since I don't have mine yet, here's a description I got for your 555C, hope this helps:
Description: Bypass the OEM transponder anti-theft systems found on many new Chrysler cars that have Gray Keys, Only bypasses factory anti-theft systems during remote starting, keeping the factory system intact at all other times. Simple two-wire connection for easy installation. Important! The 555C interface module is designed to work with DEI remote start systems that have a wait-to-start input wire. This wire delays cranking of the starter and is required for programming the 555C. Some non-DEI remote start systems may not have a wait-to-start input, and therefore may not be compatible with the 555C interface module.

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