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Old 08-26-2009, 12:16 PM
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Please recommend a good remote starter/alarm installer in NJ/NY area

Greetings:

Could someone please recommend a good / excellent, after market remote starter / alarm (Python 991, Viper 5901) installer in the NJ / NY area?

Does anyone have any experience with or heard any of the following dealer / installer? Is there any good installer among them?

Viper Authorized dealer / Installer:

Main Street Electronics
226 Main Street
Orange, NJ 07050

Reliable Lock & Safe
17 Prospect Street
East Orange, NJ 07017

Sixth Avenue Elect
612 Route 10 West
Livingston, NJ 07039

System Addicts
727 Lyons Ave
Irvington, NJ 07111

Car Toys - Newark
426 Bloomfield Avenue
Newark, NJ 07107

Car Crafters
676 S 16Th Street
Newark, NJ 07103

Zippos Car Stereo - Belleville
745 Washington Ave
Belleville, NJ 07109

Car Toys
1521 Rt 22 W
Union, NJ 07083

Python Authorized dealer / installer:

RITE PRICE SOUND AND SECURITY
16 CLEVELAND STREET
ORANGE, NJ 07050

WHILE-U-WAIT CAR RADIO
227 BROAD ST
BLOOMFIELD, NJ 07003

CAR CRAFTERS
676 S 16TH STREET
NEWARK, NJ 07103

ULTIMATE AUDIO AND PERFORMANCE
681 KENNEDY BOULEVARD
BAYONNE, NJ 07002

AUDIO WAREHOUSE
170 GREGG STREET UNIT 3
LODI, NJ 07644

T&J ULTIMATE SOUND & SEC INC
1305A TRAVIS AVE
STATEN ISLAND, NY 10314

CAR CRAFTERS - RIVERDALE
90 ROUTE 23 NORTH
RIVERDALE, NJ 07457

MOBILE SOUND
9200 KENNEDY BLVD
NORTH BERGEN, NJ 07047

UNCLE STEVES
334 CANAL ST
NEW YORK, NY 10013

NEWEGG.COM - EDISON
45 PATRICK AVE WH14
EDISON, NJ 08837

M. ROTHMAN & COMPANY, INC.
50 WILLIAMS DRIVE
RAMSEY, NJ 07446

SECURELY YOURS, INC
1409 LOCUST AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NY 11230

SPEED WORLD, INC
77-20 QUEENS BLVD.
ELMHURST, NY 11373

PAGING CONCEPTS
236 E. RT 59
NANUET, NY 10954

SALTRONICS - YONKERS
124 SHERWOOD AVE
YONKERS, NY 10704


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I'm not from the area but I've always heard good things about car toys shops
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Thank you much for your input.
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Unexpected Creations in Edison, NJ

his name is Don.

If he doesn't pick up, leave him a message. He might be working on a car or something.

He recently installed my AVIC-F90BT with the tvandnav2go mod. He also did my alarm/remote start. He carries CLIFFORD..which is the same as Viper. He can get viper if you really want viper. If you are stick shift, he knows of a way to SAFELY do it using all the oem wires. Nissan/Infiniti's have built in neutral switches which makes this possible.

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Whoever you choose to do the install tell them up front that you want to see their work before they put the car back together - this little trick will typically get you a bit nicer of an install as 99.9% of customers don't think to inspect the work before taking the car from the shop.

When you take a look at the work, the main things to look for are:

no boxes should be easily visible from under the dash
all wires should be routed in a clean, OEM like manner
all connections should be securely made (I prefer soldering, but some people crimp)
General craftsmanship
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Lol why is newegg on the list? They are just a warehouse.
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Unexpected Creations in Edison, NJ

his name is Don.

If he doesn't pick up, leave him a message. He might be working on a car or something.

He recently installed my AVIC-F90BT with the tvandnav2go mod. He also did my alarm/remote start. He carries CLIFFORD..which is the same as Viper. He can get viper if you really want viper. If you are stick shift, he knows of a way to SAFELY do it using all the oem wires. Nissan/Infiniti's have built in neutral switches which makes this possible.

Jeff
Thank you so much for the info. I will give him a shout tomorrow.

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Whoever you choose to do the install tell them up front that you want to see their work before they put the car back together - this little trick will typically get you a bit nicer of an install as 99.9% of customers don't think to inspect the work before taking the car from the shop.

When you take a look at the work, the main things to look for are:

no boxes should be easily visible from under the dash
all wires should be routed in a clean, OEM like manner
all connections should be securely made (I prefer soldering, but some people crimp)
General craftsmanship
Thank you for your good advice.

I will ask if I can take pictures of their work so I can recommend their shop if needs be.
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Whoever you choose to do the install tell them up front that you want to see their work before they put the car back together - this little trick will typically get you a bit nicer of an install as 99.9% of customers don't think to inspect the work before taking the car from the shop.

When you take a look at the work, the main things to look for are:

no boxes should be easily visible from under the dash
all wires should be routed in a clean, OEM like manner
all connections should be securely made (I prefer soldering, but some people crimp)
General craftsmanship

Great points Kevin. You should also gimme a call about your products.
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Thank you so much for the info. I will give him a shout tomorrow.



Thank you for your good advice.

I will ask if I can take pictures of their work so I can recommend their shop if needs be.
I look forward to the call and pictures are more than welcome.
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Thank you much for your input.

Due to many issue with remote starter installs damaging the BCM on cars with keyless ignitions I would ask for a warranty on the BCM. Probably will not get one.
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Due to many issue with remote starter installs damaging the BCM on cars with keyless ignitions I would ask for a warranty on the BCM. Probably will not get one.
This is simply due to a poor install. Done right nothing to the BCM or any other part of the vehicle is affected.
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This is simply due to a poor install. Done right nothing to the BCM or any other part of the vehicle is affected.
Part of this depends on the use of a hidden key located in the vehicle or if one is completely bypassing the keyless ignition for a remote start. The starter relay is directly controlled from the BCM along with a few other items.

If you have a hidden key then the BCM gets involved since the key speaks to the BCM through the keyless receiver. Other things come into play such as the normal functions of not allowing you to lock your key in the car. If you don't have the key in the car then the BCM has to be told that everything is made up in the way of thinking a key is in the car.

Much of the rest is simple switch bypassing stuff but still is at the BCM, TCM level.
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The key (RF portion) is in the vehicle, but not powered until remote start is activate. Same as being in the vehicle with it. No confusion for the BCM since it is never transmitting with the exception of start.

Like I said, failure would result from an inexperienced installer/poor install.
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The key (RF portion) is in the vehicle, but not powered until remote start is activate. Same as being in the vehicle with it. No confusion for the BCM since it is never transmitting with the exception of start.

Like I said, failure would result from an inexperienced installer/poor install.
Don, you should probably say HOW you know this....BECAUSE YOU HAD A G Sedan with the Intelligent Key.

Minor detail...
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Don, you should probably say HOW you know this....BECAUSE YOU HAD A G Sedan with the Intelligent Key.

Minor detail...
This is true Jeff, forgot about that part for a minute.

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