Ditto. Bought two Bulldog units on-line and they've been great! My wife's
favorite auto accessory. Good on-line support too.
But you will spend 4-6 hours installing. ...mainly finding the wires under
the dash that must be tapped into.
I saw the Bulldog brand in the Summit catalog, so I checked out their
webpage. I watched the install video, and was kind of discouraged when
they started stripping and splicing into ignition and power wires
leading into the steering column. Not comfortable with that. But,
according to the webpage, for another $20.00, they sell a "T harness"
specific to your car, and it looks as if that just plugs into the
wiring harness, without splicing, but I can't tell for sure. I wonder
how much of the 4-6 hour estimate this saves.
You're right, Sam's Club does seem to have the best prices, going to
go check that out today.
as a former professional installer, I disagree.
So do 3 other folks so far, it looks like.
Care to enlighten us with some informatino why it's a POS, or is it just
because "You're right"? <Somehow I doubt that>
So far, from my research, Bulldog is the only company that has all of
the install, the manuals, and the video upfront on the website. And
they are only one of two that offer the T-harness that helps to avoid
most of the cutting/stripping.
Seems like all of the starters have practically the same features, and
unless there is a QA issue with the "brain" burning out or
sub-standard wiring, I can't imagine there is a huge difference
between the brands, only that Bulldog encourages folks to install
there own, while other brands always "recomend professional
installation." But, I asked the original question to learn, so I am
interested to hear if there are qualitative differences amongst the
I have a Crimestopper myself and got it for 80 bucks on Half.com and
couldn't be happier with it. came with an fm pager with L.C.D. and infared
sensor (fir when my windows are open). I have nothing but nice things to say
about Crimestopper brand remote starters.
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