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    Default True push button start

    True push button start, now I just push the brake touch the button and the car starts, push the button and the car stops. No more key in the ignition and press Alarm button then push the start button
    Oh and by the way when you walk away the car locks when you get back the car unlocks. can not lock the keys in the car either
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    Last edited by gafernandez; 09-21-2013 at 05:21 AM.

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    Hmm, how hard was it to do this?

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    not hard just time consuming but now it is easy since i know were al the wires are

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    How hard for a Noble?

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    should be the same or very similar

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    Update on the Rfid push button start. It is working fantastic.

    The system completely replaces the immobilizer and the current alarm fab and best of all no more key

    To make for a simpler install i have been able to make a kit for the Rossion and Nobles that is plug and play there is only one wire to cut and splice and that is because it is in the car wiring harness.

    If anyone is interested contact me or Rossion will also be selling the kit.

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    Just installed another RFID system it is a piece of cake now to install and makes it so much nicer that the key in the ignition, turn it forward, press the imobilizer button, then the start button. Know put foot on brake which i love because the car can not be started by mistake in gear, just hit the start button and it starts. To stop just press button and you are done

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    My BMW X5 is the same way but has a proximity sensor in the key, you never have to take it out of your pocket, not even to unlock the doors.
    Over 3000lbs=boring. 0-60 over 4 seconds=boring. Under 1g=boring. Noble, not boring.

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    Same type of system in your pocket, when you get close to the car the doors unlock, when you walk away the doors lock

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    I wish you lived within an hour drive.... I am sure I would use your services extensively!

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