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New Remote Start Solutions Designed To Decrease Installation Time By 75 Percent

December 5, 2012
Compustar, makers of car remote start and security systems, has announced the release of six vehicle-specific T-harness bundles for installing remote start. These T-harness solutions will cover 17 vehicle makes, which include Ford, GMC, and Chrysler.

Compustar T-harness bundles will be divided into three series: FO (Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda), GM (GMC, Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac), and CH (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep). Each of these T-harnesses will come preloaded with all necessary firmware, eliminating the need to "flash" the controllers. They will be bundled with a Compustar 1- way, extended-range remote kit.



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