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Bulldog RS1100 Remote Starter with Keyless Entry

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  • Easy-to-install, and comes with a DVD instruction video
  • Includes one 4-button remote transmitter
  • Built-in relays for door locks, trunk release output, dome light output, parking light output
  • Dedicated start/stop buttons, programmable runtime 5/10/15 minutes
  • Programmable cold start, range up to 400 feet
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandBulldog
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions5.5 x 3.5 x 10.2 inches
Item model numberRS 1100
Manufacturer Part NumberRS1100
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009WC2S
Best Sellers Rank #31,647 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 9, 2003
  
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Product Description

The Bulldog Security RS-1100 Remote Starter with keyless entry and trunk release has a 4 button O.E.M. look-a-like transmitter with a range of over 400 feet. All the relays are built in for door locks, trunk release, dome light, and parking light so no additional relays are necessary. With a dedicated "START" and "STOP" button there is no confusion on how to start or stop the vehicle, and it also features programmable run times of 5, 10, or 15 minutes. Additionally, the ability to program it for "cold starts" allows you to set a certain temperature to start the vehicle in cold weather from 400 feet away. The "pit stop" feature lets you to stop for coffee or the paper without turning off the vehicle, while protecting it from being stolen. Also includes an easy to follow do-it-yourself instructional DVD and 24/7 web site support.


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Customer Reviews

It is a piece of crap.
Brian S. Tavares
I have installed two of these units now and they BOTH had exactly the same problem... they work for about a month and then quit working.
N. Sledziona
I wish I had a professional install this though.
B. Pritchard

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132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Craig V. I. on December 29, 2005
I received this unit for Christmas, and installed it in my Ford Explorer. The instructions are not as direct as they could be, but the video helps organize things. I needed to call tech support for a question/clarification and after a fairly long wait on hold (two days after Christmas so I expected that) I got the info I needed by a cheerful tech. The biggest problems with any of these self-installed units (this brand or others) are (1) people who don't have any electrical experience or tools, and (2) installation on cars that have difficult to access wiring (most). The latter can make the difference between a relatively easy or relatively hard installation. The kit electronics appear good for this type of item. All parts (and a small installation tool kit) are included - - except for any small relays that may be necessary for some door locks, security bypasses, and some dome light activiation situations. They are not needed on every vehicle, but many. A couple should be included since they are cheap and these Remote Starters are not. Also, if under-dash wiring is a bit hard to get at (or not), they have plug-in T-harnesses available that range in cost between $10 and $20. Using one would eliminate almost all hookup problems. I didn't use one. My unit works great. I don't anticipate problems, but I have experience in tapping into wiring properly so the connections should last. If there is going to be a problem, it will be in that area. This thing makes getting off to work on a cold, snowy morning more bearable. It's also kinda neat, in general. Take your time or have someone who knows more about these things do the installation. Enjoy. Happy New Year!
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By M. Garnett on September 11, 2007
Once installation was complete, the unit worked perfectly. However, the installation was more difficult than it needed to be.

First, the installation instruction referred to a WHITE wire that was to be connected to a bypass module. This part of the instruction was vague in a couple of ways. 1) It did not specify what WHITE wire it was referring to while other areas of the instruction were quite specific (i.e. - BLACK wire with the Blue stripe on the 16-pin harness). 2) It said that the WHITE wire was to be connected to the BLUE wire on the bypass module. However, since there are mutliple different bypass modules available using a variety of color codes, this step created confusion.

Second, when it came time to connect the various plugs to the starter unit, there was no mention of a need to initialize the unit by stepping on the brake pedal and pressing the start button on the remote. Without this information, when I plugged in the unit, it began a repetitive clicking that would not stop. I had to unplug it and call for Technical Assistance to find out what I was missing.

Third, I found the "unlimited technical support" to be somewhat limited. When I ran into the aforementioned problems on a Saturday, I tried calling the 800 number only to find that technical assistance was not available on weekends. So I had to pack it in and wait until after work on Monday. Then when I called on Monday, it took over 30 minutes on hold before I actually had a person on the other end of the line. To his credit, the tech knew exactly what the problem was and I was able to finish the install in short order.

Overall, I am happy with the remote starter, but displeased with the quality of the supplied instructions and the limited availability of the technical support.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ken Sandvoss on December 15, 2006
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I spent much time asking tech support questions prior to the install since it is my first attempt doing something like this. The VCR tape is worth the time to watch, and I watched it several times before and during the install. It went fairly well, except for needing some resistors (not included) and having a remote with sticky buttons, which they have agreed to replace. The actual install took about 5-6 hours on a system with no factory alarm. Overall I am very satisfied with the remote starter, and found tech support reasonably available (busy season?) and willing to help. The written manual is a bit confusing, as is online info, but tech support is very knowledgeable and answered all my questions. They helped me immensely. I love having the remote starter. I recommend it highly.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Brian S. Tavares on December 19, 2009
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Let me start out by saying I have installed at least a 2 dozen different remote starters so far. I know how these things work and how they are supposed to work. I have installed remote starters in many different brands of vehicles with and without transponder keys. I did read the install manual from front to back before purchasing the unit and then before I installed the thing. I did solder the wires like the manual suggested instead of the wire crimp method. I even double checked that I was using the proper wires with a VOM and compared the results with the wire diagram Bulldog had on there web site. They did have a couple errors for the Honda Element 2004-2008 diagram.

So after installing the remote starter and the transponder bypass module, module 791. By the way, the 791 module is a cheap piece of crap. The key almost falls out of the thing when you finally get it open to place the key in the loop. The key can just flop around in there and more than likely short out some of the electronics. Now the starter is installed and the moment of truth arrives. I hit the start button and........... the car turns over but won't start. I double check my wires and check the transponder module. Everything is correct. I try it again. Nothing. The starter try's 3 times then quits. I unplug the thing and check my wires once again. This time the car starts. I didn't change a thing. I feel pretty good. 30 seconds later, the car shuts off. God F@#$%ing dammit POS!!!!!! Now I am pissed!!!!! There has to be a problem with the transponder key bypass to shut the car down. I put a key in the ignition. Same thing. I took it out of the car and tried to bench test it the thing just starts and stops.

So let's fast forward 4+ hours of troubleshooting.
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