Great for a 2006 Dodge Charger RT with unresponsive Key fob buttons.
By: Saul R.
I bought this and waited almost a month to be delivered even though they were "in stock".
Not going to complain because in the end the installation was very straightforward. For someone (me) with no prior knowledge about remote starters nor alarm systems it was clear enough. A lot of research went into this but it was time well spent.
I particularly used a Blade AL transponder which eliminates a lot of wire connections if you use the CM-900as module (remote starter). You need to go to Idatalink.com and search for your particular Car year and model and get the schematic.While you're there flash your Blade AL to your specific car, year, model, and possibly update your module if given the option. You will also need your specific car model starter wiring diagram. If you're lucky the wires you'll need to connect will be shown on the Blade AL schematic you download from the idatalink website.