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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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Car Alarm Install?

Do we still have someone in the forums that does car alarms? I'm having a problem that would probably be solved best with a good car alarm, and I want to ask some questions.

Any help?

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If you can't find anyone, bestbuy will install car alarms for cheap if you buy one of theirs in store. I bought a viper keyless entry/remote start and in total it cost $250 for the equipment and install. 4 years later and it's still working.

As far as asking questions, I wouldn't trust their salesmen, but you could find a product you like and research it online before you commit.
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Thanks, but, I'm not sure I would trust their installers either. I'm sure there are some quality installers that are working their till something better comes along. I'd rather go straight to an installer with a good rep who will give me an honest answer to my questions.

That's why I turn to CLSB (oddly enough - LOL)

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Thanks, but, I'm not sure I would trust their installers either. I'm sure there are some quality installers that are working their till something better comes along. I'd rather go straight to an installer with a good rep who will give me an honest answer to my questions.

That's why I turn to CLSB (oddly enough - LOL)
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Yeah, now I remember Vern telling me that's what he does for a living, talk to the man himself
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I'm having a problem that would probably be solved best with a good car alarm, and I want to ask some questions.

Any help?
Problem? Internally like electrical? Or externally like hoodlums?

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Problem? Internally like electrical? Or externally like hoodlums?
Long story short, car was broken into for the second time this year.

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If you want to swing by I can install it for you. Or hit up Vern.
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Thanks, Stan. Is that motorcar.com then? Or is Motocar a local shop?

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