Originally Posted by edog
It is NOT impossible. I had a viper alarm.
I had it done through Best Buy install group when I worked there. You should leave it in neutral, but if not the car will start and it will start lunging forward.
Back in the 90's you were not required to push the clutch in to turn the engine over. It has been that long since I owned a manual. Not sure what it is like now.
uumm , my grandmother's 87 thunderbird turbo required the clutch be pushed in to start,what car in the 90's did not require that ? .
There are aftermarket alarms that work with manual transmissions.When you get to your destination,you have to get out of the car while it is still running.After everyone is out and all the doors are closed,you shut the car down with the remote (no robot required).If any doors are opened before the car is started with the remote,it will not start.you have to go through the shutdown sequence again to be able to start it with the remote.