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    bulldog security

    is the bulldog security remote start any good. its a do it urself tpye thing. i am just looking for something easy and cheap and something i can do on my own. it is going i n a 95 nissan maxima. post comments about this. thanks scott







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    Re: bulldog security

    I've only ever installed one Bulldog remote start and I wasn't impressed. It had built-in terminals to attach the high current wires to, but it was impossibe to slide on the spade connector without dislodging the terminal from the circuit board. I had to open it up and re-solder the terminals.

    A '95 Maxima is going to require a separate relay to activate a second starter wire. If you're not sure how to do this, I'd leave it to the pros.




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    Re: bulldog security

    bulldog is junk. go with a dei sstem like viper.




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    Re: bulldog security

    Quote Originally Posted by KaeZoo
    I've only ever installed one Bulldog remote start and I wasn't impressed. It had built-in terminals to attach the high current wires to, but it was impossibe to slide on the spade connector without dislodging the terminal from the circuit board. I had to open it up and re-solder the terminals.

    Ekk... all connections should be soldered.





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    Re: bulldog security

    i had it, opened it up and thought i could do it. i probably could have done it but i would have rather just had it installed somewhere for $100. i would suggest it to anyone and i took mine back to the store.




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    Re: bulldog security

    yea F Bulldogs, seriously Go with a DEI



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    Re: bulldog security

    bulldog make good remote starters,I have installed 2 and they work perfectly witout a problem.I have the RS114 its a high-end remote starter from bulldog I think I paid about 50 dollars for it,it has door lock controls and pop trunk..go for it you know despite what has been said half of the responsders have never used bulldog equipment so their statement dosen`t hold water with me far too many people are quick to give their opinion on a product they never used how interesting!



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    Re: bulldog security

    Quote Originally Posted by Shyne151
    Ekk... all connections should be soldered.

    Yes, but you shouldn't normally have to open up the case and re-solder terminals to the circuit board.




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