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shawzie 
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Posted: December 17, 2005 at 2:24 PM / IP Logged  
Hello,does anybody know the difference between the 555c and the 555cw bypass?I need to buy one for my 2002 jeep liberty and different people are telling me different things,2 people say I need the 555cw and 2 people tell me I can use the 555c?Any help would be great,Thanks.
mxxmikexx 
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Posted: December 17, 2005 at 3:14 PM / IP Logged  
get the bypass from trilogix, much better than the dei
Mike Battaglia
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Bensenville IL 60106
shawzie 
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Why is it better?Where can I get it from and do I need to use a spare key?
JWorm 
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Posted: December 17, 2005 at 3:59 PM / IP Logged  
555cw is a newer part number. The 'w' just means it comes in a white box. If you order a 555c from DEI you get blister packaging which you can hang on a peg hook. If you order a 555cw, it comes in a white box you can stack on a shelf. Same product inside....
mxxmikexx 
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cause dei is behind the times with interface kits, trilogix doesnt use the hokey "pellet" that has to be positioned JUST RIGHT in order to pick up and learn the transponder code.DEI has been using this technique for almost 8-9 years with no advancement, trilogix hardwires directly to the factory wiring with no chance of anything moving and losing signal, therefore causing failure.with dei its usually a roll of the dice if its going to learn the code. and im sure theres going to be a 50/50 response to my comments with people who are going to say they dont have problems, and there are going to be the other 50% who are on my side. FYI trilogix is also transponder bypass
go to http://www.transponderbypass.com
Mike Battaglia
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Bensenville IL 60106
shawzie 
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Thanks for all the help guys.
BoominRolla 
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YOU CAN DO THAT?!?! Hard wire onto the factory coil wiring??? I was always under the impression that it would blow the $$$ factory coil! But hey if thats how they do it that sounds like it would be a pretty fool proof method! We have a pre made coil that is looped through heat shrink tubing making it adjustable so all I do is slide the factory transponder off the ignition barrel (for most vehicles) and slide the coil on and tighten it up. For others I just put it on the outside of the factory coil... Then you'd need 2 of the "origional" keys to program the unit and 99 times out of 100 they'll work flawless... and that last time its usually my fault for messing up the programming or a bad module. Astroflex calls this piece an om-chrysler-2. I just used one on a jeep liberty a few days ago.
shawzie 
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The r/s I bought says it has a built in door lock relay module so do I have to use relays for my door locks or not?2002 jeep liberty the diagram on my jeep says to use relays and resistors so do I just use resistors or both with this module.Thanks.

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no additional relays are needed for your locks, just the resistors.
seracis 
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As for the bypass pieces, I've used Bypasskit.com and the pieces from Peripheral for 8-9 years.  The shop I work at has their heart dead-set on DEI stuff.  They need to use a 555U and lose a key to do some GM's.  What a joke.  The GMDLBP (or variations thereof) works on just about every single GM car/truck out there.  Too bad nobody listens to me.

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