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    PnP aftermarket alarms with options!

    Here's the deal!

    EDIT 5/6/15:

    Currently in stock:
    0x OEM harness
    0x siren w/ plug
    1x siren w/o plug
    1x OEM alarm brain

    What I am offering: (This includes my parts and labor)

    100% plug and play:
    $75/100 Keyless entry (includes: lock/unlock, parking light flash, siren chirps (if applicable), some newer Viper alarms require additional relays that account for the pricing difference.)**
    $35 Remote window roll UP (this will lock the doors as well, but NOT arm the alarm)

    Mostly plug and play: (requires tapping 3-7 wires behind the glove box, use requires alarm to be disarmed)
    $50 Remote window roll UP (non-locking, non-arming)
    $50 Remote window roll DOWN
    $30 Remote hatch pop (COUPES only, I have not verified, but am 90% sure roadster do not have the actuator that the coupes do)

    What else will cost money:
    $50 OEM siren & Harness ($25 if I am just offering harnesses, you'll have to source your own OEM siren or splice in the aftermarket viper)
    $20 USPS insured flat shipping (CONT US, extra for anything else)
    3% paypal fees (I will not accept it as "friends" payment)

    Your choice of:
    Viper 211hv ~$40 (1-way, "Keyless entry system", circa 2010 still bring made)
    Viper 3105 ~$60 (1-way, 3channel, with two ugly remotes, 2013 model)
    Viper 3606 ~$95 (1-way, 6channel, with ONE remote, can add 2-way remotes ($62-90ea))
    Viper 5806 ~$190 (2-way, 6channel, with one 2-way one 1-way remote, remote start capable (however I don't offer remote start functions))

    These are some of the current models that are more readily available, please check pricing and remotes as you like.

    The Details:
    You choose your alarm system and options I offer, Paypal me the money, I order the alarm and source parts as required shipped directly to me. I will usually wire, test, and ship everything within 1 week of recieving all parts. However, I request a 2 week window in the event I am busy.

    I will solder all my connections and have them heat shrink isolated. I use relay sockets for my relay connections (where applicable).

    Everyone likes pictures:
    This is a Viper 3203 2-way wired for remote window roll up and keyless for an 01 Roady.

    The white wires seen are for the two window switch tie ins and the orange & red/white are to supply power to the ZKE-IV module when triggered.

    Why do the prices seem so high?
    These systems will have a better range than any OEM alarm option.
    Also, the remotes will be readily available for years, and not be going on eBay for 80+ each USED.
    They also will come out of the box with 2 remotes (typically).
    Options! Who wouldn't be interested in remote windows, or trunk popping?
    I will be bench testing each before it gets shipped to you
    I provide a photo installation guide as well from my Mcoupe linked below.

    If you have any questions let me know and I will be happy to answer anything for you.

    For Pricing examples:
    Basic keyless with 3105- $236.90* ($60 for alarm, $50 for harness/siren, $100 basic labor, $20 shipping, 3%paypal)
    Whole shibang with 5806- $504.70* ($190 for alarm, $100 for window roll up & down, $30 for hatch pop, $50 siren/harness, $100 basic labor, $20 shipping, 3% paypal)

    *Pricing depends on alarm costs at time of purchase, these are just what I've gotten previously but will depend on supplier and time of purchase. (Pricing as of 12/11)
    **Viper 5806, requires relays for lock/unlock pulses to correct polarity (I will update this list as I come across them)

    Thanks!

    DIY Photo Installation: HERE
    Last edited by robb1887; 05-18-2015 at 07:44 PM.

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    Oooooo I'm most likely in for the keyless entry and remote window roll up features.
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    First come first serve. Get them now before they are gone!

    I am always on the lookout for more harnesses and sirens, but cannot garuntee their pricing since OEM alarms are getting more expensive all the time

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    Saturday bump!

    Still have two left, one is soon to be gone. First come first served!
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    Is the last one still available? Interested in a PnP Keyless with the 3203. I don't need remote window/hatch pop.

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    Yes, still have two available. Fiv has been back and forth with me but still hasn't pulled the trigger. I'll pm you.

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    Hey guys,

    I just finished the install of mine. Everything works great! The worst part is getting the glove box out. Super service by Robb. Thanks

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    Do I have to have an E36 siren? I like the one on my E39 much better.

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    Sirens are from E36s from what I know. Might just be the different alarm brains making them sound different as well.

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    Bump! Got my hands on two harnesses, with no sirens.

    Can make everything work but you will either have to go siren-less, source your own, or splice the viper siren into your OEM harness and mount it somehow.

    Only pricing that will change for these two is that the "OEM parts" will only be $25 since I do not have sirens for these packages.

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    Remote start?

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    No, remote start is definitely NOT plug and play optional. It also requires ALOT more work that I believe it's worth in our car.

    I only had it on my last E36 because I worked at an ICE/Alarm shop at the time.

    I ended up having to get 2 new keys because my EWS forgot the first key's coding and could not be re-programmed since there is (or was) not a "black box" to trick the EWS. I also fried my clutch switch accidently, but it's just a "to-ground" switch so I just shorted it which solved the issue anyway since I left my car out of gear 98% of the time.

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    This would be really nice to have, I just don't have the funds for one right now
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    More pics of remotes and respective prices. I need keyless in the roadstah!

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    Find whatever remotes and alarm you prefer. You pay me that cost and whatever options you like, I'll order your alarm of choice and send you the kit you ordered.

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    Its all plug and play? How hard would it be to order one for the roadster now and swap it to the coupe in the future? Is that possible? I'm getting too old to walk up to the car with a key all the time
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    If all you want is keyless entry (and roll up windows) I can make it 100% plug and play. If you want roll down, hatch pop, or non-locking roll up, it is 95% plug and play (max 6 wires to tap for ALL the bells and whistles).

    Yes, the roady to coupe will direct swap, or I can make you two, and you can have it in both. Also works with E36, E34 and E39's that are alpine alarm prewired with the 12-pin connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb1887 View Post
    If all you want is keyless entry (and roll up windows) I can make it 100% plug and play. If you want roll down, hatch pop, or non-locking roll up, it is 95% plug and play (max 6 wires to tap for ALL the bells and whistles). Yes, the roady to coupe will direct swap, or I can make you two, and you can have it in both. Also works with E36, E34 and E39's that are alpine alarm prewired with the 12-pin connector.
    where is said connector and make with the remote pics! That's all we need I'll never see the rest of it lol

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    Connector is behind the glove box next to the ZKW body module. As far as I know ALL z3's have been pre-wired.

    Remotes can look like whatever you want to buy.
    http://www.amazon.com/Viper-5706V-Se...ds=viper+alarm
    http://www.amazon.com/Viper-Security...ds=viper+alarm
    http://www.amazon.com/Viper-3203-Res...iper+car+alarm

    for a few... but you can choose a python... clifford... or any other name brand you like.

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    So just to be clear:
    If someone already has a factory keyless (but maybe they've lost the remotes or something)

    It would be $75 for your plug and play, plus $20 for shipping?
    Just for keyless entry, not an alarm.
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    Any "just keyless entry" systems are mostly garbage. I would highly suggest getting at least a base line aftermarket alarm before a stand alone keyless. Also, if you already had the factory alarm I would need the wiring harness to splice into anything aftermarket alarm or keyless regardless.

    If you supplied your own harness to me, you'd have that shipping, plus the 75 basic wiring, plus whatever system you wanted to put into the car, and shipping back to you.

    You would not need to pay for the OEM parts since you have them already, i.e. the harness and siren.

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    I am interested in just the keyless entry. So if I read post #1 correctly it is $120 ($17 + $25 +$20) +3% Paypall fees?

    That will be totally plug-n-play and have all necessary parts including the remote (no siren)?

    One question If I lock the trunk separately with the key (you know the extra turn to the right on the trunk lock) does the remote unlock it as well?
    Last edited by gbirkemeier; 12-08-2014 at 02:55 AM.

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