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Bulldog KE1702 Vehicle Keyless Entry System

3.8 out of 5 stars 226 customer reviews
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  • (2) Four Button Remote Transmitters
  • Built-in Relays for Door Locks
  • Trunk Release Output (-) / Parking Light Output (-) / Starter Disable Output (-)
  • Program Button for Special Options
  • Designated Lock and Unlock Buttons
  • Two 4-Button Transmitters
  • Built In Relay For Door Locks
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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 5 inches, 5 inches, 4 inches
  • Weight: 3 pounds
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Product Description

Remote Keyless Entry System. Works With Any Vehicle Equipped with Power Door Locks. Lock and unlock your vehicle s power door locks from up to 400 Ft. away with the Bulldog Security KE1702 remote keyless entry system. The package includes two remote transmitters with dedicated buttons and a harness with relay for starter disable. System features include built-in relays, trunk release and parking light confirmation.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5 x 5 x 4 inches
Item Weight 3 pounds
Shipping Weight 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Item model number KE1702
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3.8 out of 5 stars 226 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #67 in Automotive > Interior Accessories > Antitheft > Keyless Entry
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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The 95 Accord I recently purchased had standard power locks. However, the driver's door had been tampered with to the point that the cylinder was totally disconnected from the lock, forcing me to have to go around and unlock from the passenger's side every time. Needless to say, this was quite annoying. After considering trying to fix the mechanical parts, I stumbled across this unit and figured it would be a cheap, practical way to bypass the problem entirely while adding more overall convenience to the vehicle. Amazon delivered it promptly as always, and it was exactly as described and pictured. I chose to install only the basic lock/unlock functionality as I have no need for light flash, starter kill, etc. So far the unit performs perfectly in this capacity. Range is at least 25-30 feet, even without the antenna wire installed in a straight line as they suggest. The remotes seem to be high quality: the buttons are soft but firm rubber, and the case has a rubberized feel and a tiny LED that lights up to confirm a button press.

Anyone attempting to install a device like this should have a decent knowledge of basic electronics, including the 12v vehicle electrical system as well as how to properly splice wires and use a multimeter or other voltage measuring tool (a simple test light will suffice). It's also important to be somewhat familiar with your vehicle's interior, knowing how to take off door and/or dash panels. Keeping that in mind, the instructions provided were quite adequate. The URL they gave for more vehicle-specific info was somewhat helpful, but their suggestions were a bit vague and (in my opinion) not optimal. A repair manual of some sort can also be handy here (my Haynes Manual has been quite helpful). My install required only four connections.
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Bought this for a base Toyota Camry that had powered locks but no factory remote. A dealer will gladly sell me the factory receiver for $275 and two remotes @ $80 each!!! Umm, no thanks. I'm quite confident with installation (numerous car stereos, a couple of remote starts over they years) so I looked for other options and decided on the 1702.

Using the diagrams and instructions on their website which tells where the correct wires are located in the vehicle and correct color helped me immensely. I read these all ahead of time while waiting on shipping so I literally had a working keyless entry system in less than 30 minutes (start to finish) when it arrived! But.... I only installed the door lock/unlock feature and skipped the starter immobilizer option (relay included). Because of this, I only needed to hookup 5 wires: constant +12v power (I used the one from the radio as I all ready knew where that one was and color), ground (drivers kick panel had a threaded hole in the chassis just begging to be used), door lock wire and door unlock wire (both also under kick panel), and another ground (the purple wires with fuse) that was attached to the same chassis point. That was it! Second remote easily programmed within seconds to the first.

Next, I will add the parking light notification over the weekend. No need to buy/order their optional relay (part #775) as this is a very common item that can be purchased at any auto parts store, radio shack, etc for less than $5. Wiring instructions for the relays (lights, trunk release) are also included in the installation manual and online.

My only "negative" is the unlock button on the remote is kind of small and will take some getting use to finding/feel. Overall, I give it 5 stars for ease of installation and information documentation.
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Very cheap, easy to install keyless entry. The only thing holding it back from 5 stars it that out of the box, the range was horrible (10-15ft.) Not sure if this is a problem with old batteries, or if it just has poor range.

Update: The unit has now ceased to work at all. Still getting good power and ground, but unit refuses to operate. Dissapointing since I haven't had it very long.
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The unit was easy to test and install and has a range of about 100 feet.

For basic testing, temporarily connect the power and ground wires and listen to internal relay clicks while pressing lock and unlock buttons on one of the remotes.

To get a good range, it is important to place the antenna wire as close as possible to the top surface of the dashboard so that there is no or little metal between the antenna and the dashboard plastic.

The package includes a relay for "starter kill". If you do not need that function, you can use the relay to take advantage of other capabilities that require a separately purchased relay (e.g., parking light lock/unlock confirmation).

The instructions in the documentation for pairing the second remote are apparently outdated. Here is a modified version that worked for me. Press and hold the "lock" button on an already paired remote for about 10 seconds until you hear an internal relay click inside the unit. Release the button on the first remote. Press and hold "lock" on the remote being paired. You should hear another click in the unit almost immediately. Release the button. The second remote should now work with the unit.
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