How much does it cost to install a remote starter in a car?
There are many factors to remote car starter installation cost. In addition to the pricetag of the starter itself, you may need to purchase a bypass module to make it compatible with your vehicle. Generally, you can expect anywhere from $150 to $500 for professional installation of a remote car starter.
Is remote start bad for your car?
The short answer is that a remote car starter isn’t bad for your car, but there are some caveats. First, it needs to be from a reputable, high-quality manufacturer. Most aftermarket car starters have engine speed sensors that ensure the engine won’t be damaged by unnecessary revving.
Secondly, you should have your remote car starter installed by a licensed technician. Improper installation can mean damage to the wiring of your vehicle and can rack up costly repair bills.
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What does “aftermarket” mean?
You’ll hear the term “aftermarket” thrown around when discussing car alarms and remote starters. Aftermarket means that the system was not part of the vehicle when it was originally manufactured. There are OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) remote car starters in some vehicles, and it’s important to distinguish them from aftermarket systems that integrate with your OEM key fob.
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