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Frustrated with the many times you scratched your car's surface with your key? Worry about it no more with a keyless entry. A keyless entry, or a remote keyless system, refers to a lock that uses an electronic remote control as a key which is triggered by a handheld gadget or automatically by proximity. It performs the functions of a traditional car key without having to insert it to your car's keyhole. When you are within a few meters from your car, pressing a button on the remote can lock or unlock the doors and can even perform other functions. A remote keyless system can also include a remote keyless ignition system which can start the engine with just a click on the remote. Keyless remotes have a short-range radio transmitter, and must be within a particular distance, about 5 to 20 meters, from your automobile to work. When a button on the remote is pushed, it sends a coded signal through radio waves to a receiver unit in your vehicle, which locks or unlocks the door. Most remote keyless entry systems function at a frequency of 315 MHz for North America-made vehicles and at 433.92 MHz for European, Japanese, and Asian vehicles. Modern systems implement encryption to keep car thieves from intercepting and spoofing the signal. The system indicates that it has either locked or unlocked your vehicle normally through a subtle combination of flashing car lamps, a unique sound other than the horn, or some usage of the horn itself. The functions of the remote are shown on the key fob or built into the ignition key handle itself. Some vehicles will automatically close any open windows and roof when remotely locking the vehicle. Other remotes also have a red panic button that triggers the car alarm as a standard feature. So, enjoy more safety and convenience with your car by equipping it with a remote keyless entry system.We at Auto Parts Warehouse are glad to help you get the finest remote keyless system for your vehicle with our wide range of high-quality products to choose from at a very affordable price. We have top-grade remote keyless entries from the most trusted brands. Order now and avail of our fast delivery. We guarantee you a secure on-line transaction. Plus, our 24/7 customer service and live chat is ready to be of assistance to you. Forget about scratching your car's surface with your remote keyless entry.

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Auto Savant: Picking a Keyless Entry System

Tired of fumbling over your keys for the one that opens your car? Well, you won't have to anymore thanks to today's keyless entry systems. These systems allow you to lock and unlock your vehicle without having to manually do so with your key. Having a keyless entry system is very convenient and a must for most car owners of today. If you vehicle doesn't come with this system, then you can always get it one. There are many types of keyless entry systems in the market today, so consider this your guide to finding the right one for you.

Various types of keyless entry systems

  1. Remote control lock/ unlock, which is the most common variety.
  2. Door mounted keypad lock/ unlock
  3. Proximity detection or smart keys, which auto-unlock or allow you to push button unlock once you get close enough to the vehicle.
  4. Smart phone integration, which controls your vehicle's locks remotely with a smart phone.
  5. GPS remote keyless entry
  6. Hidden button keyless entry system, which is common on hot rods and custom show vehicles.
  7. Bluetooth systems that can unlock cars using a cell phone

Of course the safest choice would be the basic remote control lock/ unlock for its practicality and convenience, but you have plenty of other varieties to choose from. If you ultimately go for a system outside the basic, then go for the one that's most accessible to you.

Extra features

  • Multiple remotes
  • Control via cell phone or a similar device
  • Light flash confirmation
  • Horn honk confirmation.
  • Remote trunk release
  • Remote start

Some keyless entry systems have more than one of these features, so choose one that fits your fancy. The most expensive keyless entry systems are usually the most comprehensive ones, which come with all these features. Majority of these systems provide at least two remotes, so be sure not to settle for single-remote packages.

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How to Install a Keyless Entry System

Having a keyless entry system is a must nowadays. It really is the way of the future, and not having a keyless entry system in today's on-the-go era seems ludicrous. Unfortunately, not all vehicles come with such a handy system, relegating their owners to the less convenient manual locking and unlocking of doors. On the flip side, you can easily install a keyless entry system into your vehicle, keeping you up to date with the latest in automobile innovations. Just follow the steps listed below, and you'll be locking and unlocking your ride with the press of a button in no time

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Tools you'll need:

  • Keyless entry system kit
  • Screwdriver
  • Wire connectors
  • Hoop and loop fastener tape
  • Wire nut
  • 2 feet antenna wire

Warning- Always wear safety gloves when dealing with electrical car components or when doing any auto repairs.

Step 1: Open your trunk and remove the rear trunk panel using a screwdriver.

Step 2: Attach the keyless entry system box to the inside f you vehicle trunk. This box can be fastened to the rear trunk wall using hoop and loop fastener tape. If the box comes with hangers, then use these to hang the box on the trunk wall.

Step 3: Look for two bundles of wires , one will have six wires and the other will have more than six. The bundle you'll work with is the one that has six wires because this one operates the vehicle's lock system. It should consist of yellow/black, green/black, and brown wires.

Step 4: Tap the re/white wire coming from the keyless entry box to the trunk light actuator, which will provide power for your entry system. Attach the green wire from your entry box to the yellow/ black wires in the trunk. Attach the yellow wire to the green/black wires in the trunk, and the black/wires of the entry box to the brown wire in the trunk.

Step 5: Extend the antenna attached to the keyless entry box . Connect a wire nut and two feet of antenna wire to the current antenna, then run the wire along the wall of the rear trunk.

Step 6: Unplug the receiver and then plug it in again in order to code the remotes,. After three seconds, push button one on the first remote and button one on the second remote. Then after around 20 seconds, your remotes will be coded and ready to go. Do not hold down the remote buttons or push more than one button at the same time.

Step 7: Reattach the trunk rear panel and close the trunk.

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