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N2 Designs 2016-2022 Toyota Tacoma Plug & Play Remote Start Kit (Push to Start)

Details

  • NO DEALER ACTIVATION REQUIRED
  • 100% Plug & Play ON ALL 2016-2022. NOTE FOR 2020+, IF YOU HAVE AN SOS BUTTON NEAR THE TOP OF YOUR UPPER VANITY CONSOLE CONTROL PANEL (SEE PHOTO), YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE THE SUPPLIED DCM ADAPTER (2020+ TACOMA PUSH TO START KITS).
  • No splicing or cutting wires. 
  • Printed color instructions included
  • Complete Kit - nothing else needed
  • Compatible with our Long Range Remote Kits
  • Compatible with our Smart Phone Module

 

 Requirements

  • 2016 - 2022 Toyota Tacoma
  • Instructions provided
  • Push Button Start Ignition
  • Automatic Transmission

 

 Operation

  • To Start:  Press the lock button 3 times on factory key FOB
  • To Stop:  Press the lock button 3 more times while engine is on
  • Parking Lights will illuminate
  • Run Time is 15 minutes 
  • All doors, and hood must be closed

 

 Special Notes

  • The engine will turn off when any door is opened
  • All Toyota/Lexus vehicles Push to Start ignition type - engine will shut down if any door, hood or hatch is opened.

 

Complement your remote start hardware with world wide control via smart phone!

Click here to learn more about the Optional Smart Phone App Based Control Module Add-On

SKU: N2-EA-TOY6-K

  • We offer a 30-day return policy from the date of purchase. Eligible returns received within the policy period can be fully refunded if the refund meets the criteria: Returns must be complete, unopened and unused, in the condition you received them, and in the original packaging. Buyer pays return shipping and refunds are given upon a complete product condition inspection. Returns received outside of the policy period can be exchanged for another product of equal value or applied as store credit. Original shipping charges are non-refundable. All returns are subject to a 25% restocking fee.

  • Domestic Shipments - All shipments will be sent via USPS First Class Mail, or USPS Priority Mail for the entire continental US.  Purchases are delivered to most of the Continental US within 3-5 business days via First Class Mail, or 2-3 days via USPS Priority Mail. If free shipping option is available, it is shipped via USPS First Class Mail and delivered within 3-5 business days. Replacement products in the case of warranty or exchange are shipped via USPS First Class Mail and delivered within 3-5 business days. If for some reason your package gets "returned to sender" you will be responsible for the cost of shipping the package back to you. Lost Packages - If for some reason your package becomes lost or stolen please let us know so we can start a claim with USPS.  We will NOT ship another item until USPS contacts us about the claim.  If you are concerned about theft, please use a shipping address to a business or other safe place.  We are not responsible for stolen or mis-delivered packages. Group buy and forum purchases are subject to FREE First Class Mail shipping with a delivery time of 5-7 business days due to outgoing volume and 1-2 business days required for processing (included in the 5-7 day window), and if applicable, programming & testing prior to shipping.

     

    International Shipments (Canada Only):
    During checkout, you have the option to select USPS First Class International or USPS Priority Express International. Couriers may have fees associated with their delivery.   We, N2 Designs Inc. DO NOT pay duty fees or taxes on international shipments - these fees are the buyers responsibility.  By checking the Terms and Conditions box during checkout, you understand and agree to pay all fees associated with the delivery of your product and that N2 Designs Inc. is not responsible for such fees. We have no way to estimate the cost of fees, and we urge you to do your research prior to purchasing from us.

  • All products sold by N2 Designs, Inc. are covered under our Standard Warranty for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. N2 Designs, Inc. warrants the product to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the warranty period. If the product fails during normal and proper use within the warranty period, N2 Designs, Inc. will replace the defective parts of the product, or the product itself, with new or reconditioned parts or products that are functionally equivalent or superior to those originally supplied, by way of a provided RMA from the original manufacturer or supplier from which the product originates. Our Standard Warranty does not cover misuse, improper installation, or abuse of the product. Products that have been damaged, modified, or tampered with are not eligible for warranty coverage unless the modification was specified by our Technical Support Team. All Warranty claims are handled on a case by case basis.

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Tips

  • To avoid headaches and invalidated warranties, we recommend getting your aftermarket remote starter professionally installed.
  • Whichever model you end up choosing, double-check in advance that it’s compatible with your vehicle.
  • When your car can be started remotely, security obviously becomes a concern. Consider investing in a steering lock to be on the safe side.

FAQs

Q: How do remote starters work?

A: While you’ll probably only ever see the fob, it’s the box wired into your car that does all the hard work. Once connected to the power, ignition, and electrical systems, it communicates with the fob and allows remote control.

Q: Will fitting an aftermarket remote starter invalidate my warranty?

A: Absolutely not. The Magnuson-Moss Act made it illegal for any dealer to void a warranty due to the presence of aftermarket equipment.

Q: What are the important features to consider in a remote starter?

A: With kits ranging from the most basic to having all the bells and whistles, it’s important to know what you need. Range is a big factor, as is the associated warranty and installation cost. For newer cars, you’ll likely need keyless entry, too.

Final Thoughts

The easy-to-install, all-in-one Compustar 1-Way Remote Start and Keyless Entry is our best overall aftermarket remote start system. 

Our best value pick is the basic but functional Avital Avistart Remote Start System.

Sours: https://www.thedrive.com/reviews/31986/best-aftermarket-remote-start
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Starting your car with a remote control before you slide behind the wheel is a nice creature comfort, but we wanted aftermarket options with cutting-edge technology like two-way communication, keyless entry, and in some cases LCD screens or security features.

Start your engine with the best remote car starter from Crimestopper. Its remote car starter works for a wide range of vehicles with two-way communication and an impressive 3,000-foot range. 

Best remote car starter reviews

1. Crimestopper RS7-G5: Best overall

Get remote start and keyless entry for two vehicles with Crimestopper. This remote starter system has two-way communication, an LCD screen pager, and a countdown of how long your vehicle has been running. Crimestopper’s RS7-G5 is compatible with most vehicles and has a 3,000-foot range so you can start your car's engine from across the parking lot or down the street.

While a mobile app is available for both iOS and Android users, you’ll have to purchase the unit that offers smartphone control separately. Also be aware that the key fobs are reported to be battery hogs.

Pro Heading

Pros

Pro Bullet3,000-foot range
Pro BulletTwo-way communication
Pro BulletLCD screen
Pro BulletCompatibility with most vehicles
Con Heading

Cons

Con BulletRemotes drain batteries quickly
Con BulletSmartphone control app purchased separately
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Two-way communication

This is an important feature because without it, you can’t be sure that your vehicle has started unless it’s in your line of sight. Two-way communication means the car can signal back to your remote that you’re good to go.

2. Avital 4105L: Best for budgets

When you just want the basics, look to an Avital remote starter. It’s got two key fobs that provide keyless entry, trunk release, and remote start up to 1,500 feet away. You can also program how long your vehicle runs on remote start, which is a nifty feature if fuel efficiency is your thing.

The downside is that Avital’s remote has only one-way communication, meaning that you won’t be able to verify your vehicle has responded. But for the affordable price, maybe you won’t mind having to look out the window from the comfort of your home or office to check.

Pro Heading

Pros

Pro BulletKeyless entry
Pro Bullet1,500-foot range
Pro BulletInexpensive price
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Cons

Con BulletOne-way communication
Con BulletNo LCD screen
Con BulletNo smartphone control

3. Viper 5305V: Best security

Viper remote starter systems are the cadillac of car starters, loaded with features that give other brands a run for their money. This two-way pager has an LCD display, trunk release, and vehicle temperature readout. Those are all nice perks, but security features really set this model apart. Equipped with a six-tone siren and remote encryption, Viper’s system is part remote start, part car alarm.

For the price, you’d expect to get smartphone control, but like other remote car starters on our list, you’ll have to buy the app and module separately. However, Viper’s Smart Start earns rave reviews from both iOS and Android users, so it may be an investment worth making.2,3 Viper also frames the range on this starter as a “quarter of a mile,” but that’s a little sneaky since that translates into a rather modest 1,300 feet.

Pro Heading

Pros

Pro BulletTwo-way communication
Pro BulletLCD display
Pro BulletVehicle temperature readout
Pro BulletSecurity features
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Cons

Con BulletHigher price
Con BulletSmartphone control sold separately
Con Bullet1,300-foot range

4. Prestige APS997Z: Best range

Mid-priced but full of features, the Prestige APS997Z has an impressive range of one mile.

It does all the things you want a remote car starter to do: turn on the ignition and get the temperature right for you, lock/unlock doors, turn on lights, open the trunk, and auto-shutoff that reduces idling, for example.

But it’s also got a howling siren, a silent car alarm system, and shock sensor in case anyone gets aggressive with your vehicle.

If you add a CarLink subscription, you can also monitor your vehicle’s performance and use the GPS tracking feature to see where your teen takes the car past curfew (or worse, if it’s stolen).

With all these features, the module will likely require professional installation. We saw from a lot of enthusiasts and even some mechanics who needed extra diagrams or help from customer service. 

Pro Heading

Pros

Pro BulletDecent price
Pro BulletOne mile range
Pro BulletCar alarm and security features
Pro BulletSmartphone connectivity
Pro BulletLCD screen on fob
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Cons

Con BulletComplicated installation
Con BulletGreat features behind a subscription

Things to consider before you buy a remote car starter 

Here’s the lowdown on what features should top your list when you’re in the market for a remote car starter.

Be careful not to invest in more range than you need. While a longer range may seem impressive, consider how often you’ll really need to start your car from a mile away and purchase accordingly.

While throwing away the key sounds nice, be aware that this feature doesn’t always work on newer vehicles. Consult with a professional installer about the model you plan to purchase for your vehicle.

Using an app to start your car is a dream come true, but this cutting edge technology doesn’t come standard with most remote car starters. You’ll need to purchase the module and app separately to get smartphone control and a GPS vehicle tracker.

Consider whether you want remote start with security features like aftermarket sirens, valet mode, or panic buttons. If you’re going to install a car alarm at some point, it makes sense to buy a system that gives you the best of both worlds.

Installing a remote start system in your vehicle

While you could opt for DIY installation to cut costs, it’s not something we recommend for remote car starters. In many cases, you may need a bypass module or extensive wiring to make the starter compatible with your vehicle, so it’s best left to the professionals. A licensed technician also has the expertise to make sure improper installation doesn’t compromise the security of your vehicle.

If you do decide to install the remote start system on your own, make sure to disconnect the battery first. If not, you’ll be in for a shockingly unpleasant installation experience.

How to avoid auto theft with a remote start system

A remote start system with security features can help prevent theft, but it doesn’t make your vehicle impervious. Consider decreasing your risk of auto theft with the following tips.

  • Customize your settings. Some systems allow you to update proximity settings or specify that a key fob button be pressed prior to starting or unlocking the car. Confused? Ask a professional installer to help adjust your settings.
  • Install security measures. Steering wheel locks, aftermarket car alarms, and even home security cameras with a view of the driveway are all additional security measures that can all discourage thieves from targeting your vehicle.
  • Practice safety. Do common sense things that experts recommend for safety, including parking your car in well-lit areas and hiding valuables out of sight.

If you’re looking for the best remote car starter to keep your vehicle firing on all engines, Crimestopper has what you need. You’ll enjoy the convenience of the LCD screen pager that counts down your remote start and the option to add a smart control app with keyless entry and GPS tracking.

There are many factors to remote car starter installation cost. In addition to the pricetag of the starter itself, you may need to purchase a bypass module to make it compatible with your vehicle. Generally, you can expect anywhere from $150 to $500 for professional installation of a remote car starter.

The short answer is that a remote car starter isn’t bad for your car, but there are some caveats. First, it needs to be from a reputable, high-quality manufacturer. Most aftermarket car starters have engine speed sensors that ensure the engine won’t be damaged by unnecessary revving.

Secondly, you should have your remote car starter installed by a licensed technician. Improper installation can mean damage to the wiring of your vehicle and can rack up costly repair bills.

You’ll hear the term “aftermarket” thrown around when discussing car alarms and remote starters. Aftermarket means that the system was not part of the vehicle when it was originally manufactured. There are OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) remote car starters in some vehicles, and it’s important to distinguish them from aftermarket systems that integrate with your OEM key fob.

How we reviewed remote car starters

In order to find the best remote car starters, we didn’t just race through the research. Our recommendations are based on careful consideration of the competition which includes compiling product stats. We also looked to experts in the field to learn more about brand reputation and performance during testing.

And last, but not least, we pored over ratings from real customers across multiple platforms to identify potential problems or standout features.¹ Get under the hood and see our full methodology here.

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Kaz Weida

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Kaz Weida

Kaz is a journalist who covers home security, parenting, and community and child safety. Her work and product testing in the security and safety field spans the past four years. You can find Kaz in HuffPost, SheKnows, Lifehack, and much more. Her degree in education and her background as a teacher and a parent make her uniquely suited to offer practical advice on creating safe environments for your family.

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