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post #1 of 25 Old 09-07-2010, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone in here install autostart in their V? I'm wondering how it will work with special key these cars have, like pressing the button on the door handle to unlock and the keyless start. Anybody that has info on it or just has it installed tell me. Thanks
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I have a remote start in my versa. It works well. There is a thing called an Immobilizer Bypass Module. They go by different immbolizer numbers for different makes. For nissan the number is "XpressKit XK07". So you need a remote start system and an immbolizer bypass module. You have to take the module to a remote start professional, and they will download all the features that ur car has, into this module, so it will start like it should. I have a Versa S model with power package. So I have keyless entry, and tradtional key insert. But it works both ways. When I got mine programmed, the guy was asking me all kinds of questions, like, do I have push button start?, buttons on the outside?, etc. I got my module on ebay for $30. I hope this is what you meant by auto start.

Heres what the XK07 looks like.... http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...sKit+XK07.html

Heres my youtube video of it starting..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlMP0tJPcKk
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I have a remote start in my versa. It works well. There is a thing called an Immobilizer Bypass Module. They go by different immbolizer numbers for different makes. For nissan the number is "XpressKit XK07". So you need a remote start system and an immbolizer bypass module. You have to take the module to a remote start professional, and they will download all the features that ur car has, into this module, so it will start like it should. I have a Versa S model with power package. So I have keyless entry, and tradtional key insert. But it works both ways. When I got mine programmed, the guy was asking me all kinds of questions, like, do I have push button start?, buttons on the outside?, etc. I got my module on ebay for $30. I hope this is what you meant by auto start.

Heres what the XK07 looks like.... XpressKit XK07 Xpress Kit Allows remote start in 2003-up Nissan

Heres my youtube video of it starting..... Nissan Versa Remote start - YouTube
so would this work with on a non keyless entry model with no power locks?
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so would this work with on a non keyless entry model with no power locks?
Yes it will. My Previous car was base with no power door locks and no keyless entry. I had a Viper remote start installed. It just meant I still had to use the key to unlock the door but at least my car was warm in the winter.
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Yes it will. My Previous car was base with no power door locks and no keyless entry. I had a Viper remote start installed. It just meant I still had to use the key to unlock the door but at least my car was warm in the winter.
Will just this work? caz ive looked up the Viper, n it cost like 100ish for remote start, this is just $30. Will I need something else
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I am not sure. I bought it at futureshop and it was over $100 with installation. They installed it for me.
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Any remote starter you will buy, and i mean any brand, will need a bypass module in order to bypass the transponder that's in your key. Some modules will do only the bypass and others will do the bypass and control the door locks, trunk, and a lot more stuff.
What you need is only the bypass module 'cause you have no power package in your car.
So any remote starter AND a bypass module.
Autostart remote starters are a bit easier to install than the Viper (I do have a Viper in my car).
THe XK07 has been discontinued for a while. Best bet would be to look at these website for the Bypass modules and remote starters.
Just have to enter make/model and year to find the right module.

Idatalink: iDatalink - Front Page
Xpresskit: XpressKit.com - Interfacing the Past, Present and Future.
Viper: Viper - Car Alarms | Remote Starters | SmartStart | Window Tint | Window Film | Vehicle Security | Keyless Entry | Interface Modules | Accessories | Transmitters | Remote Start | Find Your Next Car Alarm or Remote Starter
Autostart: Autostart

If you've never done installations in car, i would suggest that you have the job done by a professionnal installer, not that it can't be done if you really take your time, but it has to be done the right way.

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Future Shop or best buy will sell you the remote starter for around 150$ installed plus the bypass module for 90$ installed.

AS FAST AS MOLASSES TRYING TO CLIMB A HILL IN WINTER...

Versa 2007 sedan ---
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Ya my previous car was base so it didn't need a bypass module.
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Any remote starter you will buy, and i mean any brand, will need a bypass module in order to bypass the transponder that's in your key. Some modules will do only the bypass and others will do the bypass and control the door locks, trunk, and a lot more stuff.
What you need is only the bypass module 'cause you have no power package in your car.
So any remote starter AND a bypass module.
Autostart remote starters are a bit easier to install than the Viper (I do have a Viper in my car).
THe XK07 has been discontinued for a while. Best bet would be to look at these website for the Bypass modules and remote starters.
Just have to enter make/model and year to find the right module.

Idatalink: iDatalink - Front Page
Xpresskit: XpressKit.com - Interfacing the Past, Present and Future.
Viper: Viper - Car Alarms | Remote Starters | SmartStart | Window Tint | Window Film | Vehicle Security | Keyless Entry | Interface Modules | Accessories | Transmitters | Remote Start | Find Your Next Car Alarm or Remote Starter
Autostart: Autostart

If you've never done installations in car, i would suggest that you have the job done by a professionnal installer, not that it can't be done if you really take your time, but it has to be done the right way.
so wait, im just making sure, even though i dont have power anything in my car, and I want to install the most basic remote start, with nothing else, I still need the bypass module?
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