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Aftermarket Remote Entry Install?


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#1 Phoenix1

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Posted 4 weeks ago

I just discovered that my 2000 Firebird driver's door was replaced some time ago with a door from a Firebird that came with remote entry. My car did not come with the remote entry option. Is it possible to install an aftermarket remote entry system?



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Posted 4 weeks ago

I believe it would be. But you need to check and see what's out there. A kit would come with door solenoids, wiring, the computer module,clickers, switches, etc. And it should come with detailed instructions. So stay away from cheap kits sold on ebay, amazon, etc.

 

They would have instructions written by someone who English is a 2nd language. Get a kit from a local dealer who can give you installation help. Or even install the works.


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Posted 4 weeks ago

I believe it would be. But you need to check and see what's out there. A kit would come with door solenoids, wiring, the computer module,clickers, switches, etc. And it should come with detailed instructions. So stay away from cheap kits sold on ebay, amazon, etc.

 

They would have instructions written by someone who English is a 2nd language. Get a kit from a local dealer who can give you installation help. Or even install the works.

Thanks, I appreciate the help!






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