Step-by-Step Vehicle Specific Illustrated Installation Guide
Avg. Installation Time: <1 hour
Remote start module you can fit in the palm of your hand
Integrates directly with factory wiring
Communicates directly with OEM circuits by Data
3 Year Warranty
Go Straight from Box to Installation
Go the Distance!
Plug&Play systems that work off the factory remotes are great as far as the installation goes but factory remotes can't go the distance beyond your driveway, but your vehicle does. Lets consider it this way; if you have to get closer then 40' to remote start your vehicle you might as well get in and start it! With our combination Flashlogic GM10 & Prestige 1BZ remotes plug&play remote starter you will be able to activate your remote starter from your table in a restaurant or from the checkout line!
Chevrolet Avalanche: 2007-2013, Caprice: 2011-2013, Caprice Sport: 2008-2012, Equinox: 2007-2009, Express: 2008-2016, Impala: 2006-2013, Monte Carlo: 2006-2009, Silverado: 2007 (New Body Style) -2013, Suburban: 2007-2014, Tahoe: 2007-2014, Traverse: 2009-2017, GMC, Acadia: 2007-2016, Savana: 2008-2017, Sierra: 2007-2013, Yukon/XL/Denali: 2007-2014
*In the rare event of a system malfunction the GM10 cannot prevent the vehicle from being started with the vehicle's keys.
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