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Old September 26th, 2005
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Bulldog Auto Starter

Has Anyone tried hooking up a Bulldog starter to thier Olds? I have a 2001 Intrigue and I want to install the car starter and I'm having trouble bypassing the PK2 security system. I bought the extra module that is required to bypass it and I'm not sure if I have it hooked up right. The company manuals tell me not to cut the PK2 wire and yet I've had people tell me you have to cut the wire. Anyone out there with knowlegde of remote starters that can help. Thanks in advance. Bomber
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Ill look it up see if theres a way, do you happen to know the Bulldog model #?
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The model number is RS1200E. Thanks for helping.
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I also have the bypass module. The model number of that is 791.
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I had trouble hooking up a starter to my old alero as well. I never was able to figure it out and pretty much just got sick of tearing my car apart to try new things...LOL. I think for my new one, I'll just pay somebody to do it for me.
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maybe you guys can help me out, i am trying to install a remote starter and so far I think I have everthing right except there is one wire that needs to connect to the tach input wire going to the ECM or to the negative wire of the coil packs, it needs to learn the tach speed when the car is on before it will begin to work. I can not find the tach input on the ecm (if there is one) and I am not positive if the coil packs on the car are where i think they are and which wire is the negative lead that needs to connect to the remote starter. any help would be greatly appreciated.
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