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arhunter 
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I want to put a remote start on my 2005 Silverado 2500HD Duramax Diesel.   I would like to use a 2 way remote start and bypass module that have the data port communication.    Maybe GM-SL2 bypass.    Which brand remote start modules have the compatible data port?     I would like to control the rear defrost and heated seats with the remote, even though the GM-SL2 is supposed to turn them on when temp is below 32 degrees.     Where is the best place to buy the hardware?   I have researcehd Crimestopper, Compustar, Ultrastart, Bulldog.  Any information is appreciated, need some opinions from experienced installers.
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We use the Compustar 2W900FM-S systems along with the iDatalink witht he 232 port. IT's a very basic installation and requires way less wiring because of the 232 port installation. Also the Compustar has a diesel timer delay on it so that you don't have to worry about wiring up a delay timer to the vehicle for the wait to start wire. Just program the module to delay start.
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Hey Jeff....what is controlled thru the i-datalink product? (for this specific vehicle)
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That idatalink sounds just like the data port set up I used today on a Buick Rendeavous. A four pin harness connects the Crimestopper remote start to the GM-SL2 module. On this particular vehicle all I had to do was hook up the wire to the OBD2 contector and was all done. It did the parklight,locks,trunk/hatch and tach through the data bus.. Was really slick and fast.. Oh modern day technology....
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Data Immobilizer Bypass
• Owner Keys not Relinquished
• Passlock Bypass
• Priority Unlock
• Door Lock / Door Unlock
• Arm OEM Alarm
• Disarm OEM Alarm
• Heated Seats Activation
• Rear Defrost Control
• Panic Mode
• Door Status Output
• Tachometer Output
• Radio (RAP) Shutdown Control
• iDatalink (RS232) Communication
• Downloadable Software
This is one slick module.
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Is Idata the one that makes the 1700g for DEI? 
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No.
Jeff
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arhunter 
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Thanks for the info Jeff.   Do you know if the GM-SL2 data port is RS232 like the  the iDatalink and which remote brands besides Compustar are compatable with either of these bypass modules?
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Anybody know which wire is the "wait to start " on a 2005 Chevy Duramax diesel?

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