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Old 08-04-2009, 03:57 PM   #1
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found a new way to start my car

just a little bored so i decided to add some fun to an already fun car.... i had done this to my 97 and said why not to this one... just put the key in turn (no crank) and hit the button... and it lights up too....

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Old 08-04-2009, 04:18 PM   #2
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Nice....now you need one of these for your cigarette lighter. Had one in another car years back, everytime someone asked about it I'd yell "Don't touch THAT!!!"

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You need neon lights next.

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Old 08-04-2009, 05:47 PM   #4
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Sorry, a little too S2k for my taste. But hey, if you like it...

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Sorry, a little too S2k for my taste. But hey, if you like it...

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just a little bored so i decided to add some fun to an already fun car.... i had done this to my 97 and said why not to this one... just put the key in turn (no crank) and hit the button... and it lights up too....

sorry for the crappy pictures... cell phone..
I prefer the way the system is set up in my '07 Nissan Altima, personally.
All I do is get in the car, and with the keys still in my pocket, the car identifies the key being in my pocket, and allows me to simply press the Start button, and everything fires up. No putting a key in the dash, or anything else. Just sit down, buckle up, push in the clutch, and hit the start button.

If you're going to do something funky like this, you might as well go in all the way.

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I prefer the way the system is set up in my '07 Nissan Altima, personally.
All I do is get in the car, and with the keys still in my pocket, the car identifies the key being in my pocket, and allows me to simply press the Start button, and everything fires up. No putting a key in the dash, or anything else. Just sit down, buckle up, push in the clutch, and hit the start button.

If you're going to do something funky like this, you might as well go in all the way.

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