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Instructional On installing a Push Button Starter

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Appearance & Entertainment' started by kmonie360, Jul 9, 2004.

  1. fbcbeer

    fbcbeer My name is John

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    so you do have to put the key in the ignition to start the car?
     
  2. MustangJosh

    MustangJosh FTW, I win!

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    Pretty sure thats been discussed prior to now. But the answer is yes for the most part.
     
  3. Miles

    Miles V6 Boostang

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    This thread has spanned nearly 3 and a half years :uhh:
     
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    My friend had a truck that had a proximty chip that you had to pass up against a sensor in a hidden place (under his seat) to be able to start the car. Now this would allow for a secure keyless push button system (if you completely rewired instead of just splicing into the ignition) but how would I stop the engine?

    I'll look for this proximity kit, I know it wasn't that expensive, and link it to the thread. This seems to me to solve the security issue and it would just be less keys to carry.
     
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    donloah New Member

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    here is an example of what I'm talking about:

    Ignition Immobilizer

    This website:
    www.powerlock.com
    Has two options, a handheld key or one of the proximty transponders everyone here is drooling over.
     
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    95stangkid New Member

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    i want to get rid of the key all together but stil allow the key to be used to turn the accessories on if need be. is this possible? so i want the button to turn on and shut off the car but stil retain ful function of the key if i ever for some reason need to use it.
     
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    tedness Mellow Yellow

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    possible? yes. very involved? most likely.
     
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    richmustang1880 New Member

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    would anyone know how to do it? i figured it would just be splicing into all the wires with t-taps running both setts of wires in parrallel? it sounds cool but i dont want to have to put my key in to start it. but if ever need to mess with my sound system or anything i want to be able to turn on the just the accessories.
     
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    this is a great idea. this will be my next mod.
     
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    Man this post is very cool and interesting. (by the way, sorry to bring to life again this post) but I was wondering:

    The other day I saw a mini copper (owned by a friend) and he have a complete keyless starter with a push starter button and some sort of wireless chip (This is the keyless http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_hIM0dfKMDLw/SDHF2DKI-EI/AAAAAAAAAGU/cxAIviHQlCM/s320/Key.jpg ) so I was wondering if we can do this to our stangs? that'll be really cool.

    Any one has ideas?
     
  14. WLJohnson05

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    if you can work around PATS then yea it can be done...that link i posted is a guy who removed his completely and runs it off switch