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docfnky 
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thanks for the link glamis
itmdtr 
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The 2006 Lexus GS300/430 has a push button start. But it also uses an immobilizer to prevent theft.

It may be possible to incorperate one into the RX330, but you will need a bunch of relays, and a way to bypass (not permanently) the immboilizer.

On the GS you press the button once for ACC, twice for ON, and three times shuts it off. If your foot is on the brake when you push it, the car will start.

You might have to use all or some of the parts from a remote start.

itmdtr
docfnky 
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Posted: May 27, 2005 at 10:52 AM / IP Logged  
^^^ that's exactly what i wanted to know....guess i just need to figure out how the steering wheel unlocks itself when you put a key in...if i can figure that out then it's all good from there
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