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    Impressive. Did you do this on an auto or manual tranny?

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    manual. i went ahead and bypassed the clutch switch so that it doesnt have to be pressed in to start. (i had to do this because i also have remote start installed)

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    Sounds like your setup is similar to mine with out the push button of course how long did it take you?

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    maybe 2 hours. it wasnt as difficult as i thought


    And that is 2 hours WITHOUT the steering lock removal.

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    your setup seems to work so good. ive been looking for something like this for a while. do you mind revealing all the parts you used and how you hooked it up? id really like this for my car.

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    Do remember that you will need to figure out how to remove the steering wheel lock on your car. The key on 99% of cars engages a mechanical lock to the steering wheel, which makes it impossible to steer the car without the key in. Not impossible, but not just a few wires.

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    i know, ive been in the steering column in my car quite a bit and the mechanism is simple to remove.

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    My push button start works like this...
    1 second after push, ACC/IGN is powered up...keep holding 1 second longer and the starter engages...
    If you just want ACC, let go after 1 second.
    To turn the car off, push the button again. It also has a powered output to use with an ignition/antitheft bypass unit, if you want to go completely keyless...

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    the main components are

    2 - dei 611t relays(ebay $20/each)
    1 - set of relays (like the ones that come with a remote start system or one relay for acc, one for ign1 and so on)
    1 - ordinary (momentary) push button.

    Basically the dei relays can be used as either latched relay or timed relay(0-100 seconds) and they are activated by either - or + pulse.(from the push button) i used one as latched and one as timed. They are both activated by the push button. the timed output can be adjusted for a suitable crank time for your vehicle. You will want to have the output going to a relay, not directly to the start wire. the other dei relay is set to turn on a set of relays that keep constant power to acc. ign1 ign2....etc so it will turn the acc ign on and send a timed pulse to the starter all with a push of a button. ****one thing you will want to do is put a NC relay in line of the pulse activation wire that runs from the button to the timed ouput relay. It should open(break) the contacts when its recieving a + signal from the latched relay. (this is very important it prevents the starter from engaging when you push the button to shutdown the engine.

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    Ive been looking into doing this for my scion and was wondering if you could help me out with a quick how-to

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