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I have a Manual Transmission vehicle am I still not able to use a Remote Starter?
Jun. 30, 2011
Actually, Yes you can have remote start on manual transmission vehicles, the systems well sell use a "Reservation Mode" designed for the manual transmission vehicles that makes it possible and safe for remote start. Come by or call us for more information.

I want to replace the radio in my vehicle but I do not want to lose the controls on my steering wheel. Is it possible to keep this feature with the new stereo?
Nov. 8, 2011
Absolutely. A large majority of new aftermarket radios (headunits) have an input that can be controlled by an add on module to allow the steering wheel control buttons to communicate with the new unit.

I want to upgrade my stereo system in my vehicle, but I do not want to lose the stock look of my dash. Can I keep the stock radio and just add an amp and speakers?
Nov. 8, 2011
Yes, It is very common now days for us to leave the OEM headunit (radio) in place and just add or upgrade amplifiers, speakers and subwoofers. There are some very good OEM integration units that will help makes this easy and give you the best signal possible going into your new amplifier(s)

Will having aftermarket equipment installed in my vehicle will it void my factory or extended warranty?
Jun. 30, 2011
Absolutely not! Many Dealerships will use this tactic to force you into buying their factory options that are usually marked up greatly and may not perform as well as the aftermarket options. The Magnusson-Moss act that prohibits ANY company from not honoring a warranty unless they can prove that the malfunction was caused by modifications made by the end user. The burden of proof ALWAYS lies with the Manufacturer.

Fore more information please check out this Link:
http://www.me-mag.com/Upload/magmoss.pdf