Audiovox Car APS787N Advanced Remote Start/Keyless Entry and Security System
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- The APS787N allows you to heat-up or cool down your car, lock your doors
- Programmed transmitter notification
- Release your trunk and much more all from the small 5-button command transmitter
- Hybrid vehicle compatible for remote start
- NOTE: Please check this item will work for your vehicle prior to purchasing
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Customers please refer the product manual on the Audiovox website to see if it's compatible with your vehicle. The Audiovox Remote Car Starter is the ultimate convenience and safety package all rolled into one. This product features two, five-button remote start transmitters that allow you to enter a toasty car on a cold winter morning, pop open the trunk hands-free when your arms are full of groceries and assist you in finding your car upon leaving the big game with its unique car find mode. You can choose to leave the car running for four different time durations and it is even compatible with newly developed hybrid vehicles.
Top customer reviews
Was initially intending on doing it on my own, but with no guide on how to install it on the Toyota LC200 (2008 model VXR with OEM Navigation), or any step-by-step support, I do not want to tamper with my existing electronics. Would be nice if there was a support section on their website for this purpose.
I welcome any suggestions on where to find such support even if elsewhere online, even if i have to pay for it. It would be really nice if i can do it on my own.