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AVITAL 5303L Security/Remote Start System

by Avital
| 38 answered questions

List Price: $539.99
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  • 2-Way Security system with Remote Start and keyless entry
  • 4 AUX outputs
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  • Fail-Safe starter kill
  • Includes one 2-way LCD remote and one 1-way 4-button remote
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 3 x 3 inches
Item model number5303L
Warranty1 yr
Weight3 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB001JT5KIS
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableDecember 4, 2008
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Technical Details

  • Model: 5303L
  • Warranty: 1 yr
  • Height: 0.00 inches
  • Weight: 2.98 pounds

Product Description

Avital 2 way lcd remote start with security and 5 button remote

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Install went without a hitch.
Drew G
I don't know know if it was just a batch of bad alarms, but I ordered one and had it professionally installed and the brain was bad.
William The Music Robinson
It's always nice going out to warm car when it cold outside.
Patrick Crozier

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By John on January 22, 2011
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I originally was looking at the Viper 5901 systems for my '99 Civic EX but my mom's Honda Pilot had this system so I tried this one instead. Besides being a steal of a price for a DEI unit, the install wasn't terrible either. I added a digital tilt sensor, backup battery, and proximity sensor as well as a stealth install. All of the DEI products worked flawlessly. The range on the remote isn't bad and the alarm has been working well for over 4 months. I am pleased with the product.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Southern Brother blkwizzard on July 23, 2011
Recomend proffesional installer or knowledge of electrical systems. took me 6 hrs for a very clean install myself...to me it was long and hard b/c of the vehicle but as noted not for the unexperienced.. I strongly recommend adding tilt sensor which is actually more important then impact. Incase your car or truck is getting towed lol.. Kit does come with a remote start bypass switch which can be good incase your partner keys hits the remote start but the 2 way notifies you if the switch is inhibting. Kit comes with very long wiring harness but do note some vehicles may need the imoblizer unit added to it... the range on the 2 way is not too bad meaning i was in the back of walmart and was able to still comunicate with the vehicle and check temp/start/ unlock/violate...your able to check the temp in the vehicle and add on window automation roll up as well..I bought this same unit in the store and should have bought it online. only down side is that it should of came with two 2way remotes since my partner and I argue over it.....the 2way remote is not bulky but made of decent plastic. 120 bucks for a highly above decent 2way alarm not bad... items to added imoblizer for remote start key coded auto* +++++tilt sensor* +++++battery back up* proximity *+++++++++ extra hood trigger or contact pin for gas lid on autos that dont have locking gas cap. b/c i'm always worried if someone jacks my car jacks my wheels jacks my gas and jacks me .. : o ) military ready alarm for a economical price. Onstar is good but doesnt check all... yet...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ivoryguy36 on December 19, 2012
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The system is cool and the remote is high tech, but some things we didn't know...

This was installed on my girlfriend's 2012 Ford Fusion. We knew it required the bypass kit so we got the PKALL.While she's learned it's little tricks and is okay with it, I find it a huge frustration that you must use the Avital remote now and not the factory. If you set the alarm on the Avital remote, and accidentally try to unlock with the factory remote, the alarm goes off. If you get out of the car and set the Avital remote before everyone is out and all the doors are closed, the alarm goes off because of the motion sensor, Maybe there's a delay setting that I don't know about?

The remote start button is on the side of the remote, it's small and hard to see and get to especially in the dark. Perhaps that's good, to prevent accidentally starting the car. As expected the range isn't nearly what they claim to be, and it often doesn't start while in the store. A couple time the remote vibrated to tell us the car was started, but the car was not actually started when we got to it.

All in all the system is worth the money so far, I just don't adapt as quickly as I used to. Call your local Avital authorized dealer and get a firm quote on install only IN WRITING including all options and you should save a lot of money buying the system and bypass here. Our installer gave us one figure over the phone, then when he had the car there and torn apart, tried to add money saying he forgot to add the options like the motion sensor, etc. We said put the car back together and we'll be down to pick it up, and he said "okay I'll honor the original price". Be aware of the games.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mark B Carranza on January 17, 2013
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I bought this to install in my project car. Having 16 years of automotive repair under my belt, I figured I cold tackle this on my own. Let me tell you....automotive work and alarm installing are 2 totally different animals. I was lucky to have access to vehicle wiring diagrams, but that's only because I work at a repair shop. I went to a website called the12volt. com, and everyone there was more than happy to help me. It took me about 2 weeks to install, but I only worked on it a few hours after coming home from my job. I made all the necessary connections, and made sure everything worked. Then I removed EVERYTHING and bundled the wires into one nice and neat package. After that, it was just a matter of soldering all my connections together. Some of the wires are not necessary, and once you figure out which wires you don't need, it makes everything a little easier.

The remote start works great, and I got the module to roll the front windows up or down. If you got the time, and you got the tools, then I say Go For It. If your a little unsure about cutting in your vehicles wiring or knowing what to splice into, then you better not try this at home. You can easily cost yourself hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in a repair bill if you don't know what your doing.

A great alarm at a great price. Just know what you'll be getting yourself into before you buy.
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40 of 57 people found the following review helpful By E. Simpson on April 30, 2009
Apparently, if you install this yourself, there will be no warranty. You have to have a "qualified" installer put it in for you. I bought this to save money and I am quite capable of installing it myself. Wish I had known about the warranty issue before purchase, would have gone with something else.
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