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Installing your own remote starter? Honda Civic 2012 automatic

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Installing your own remote starter? Honda Civic 2012 automatic

Hey folks
Is this a fairly straight forward process, to install your own remote starter?
I have heard you can purchase something called a "T-Harness", that essentially simplifies the install process to A) removing the plastic cover B) plugging in the wires
with no soldering or what not remaining in the process.
What would you folks recommend?
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Aug 22, 2011
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Yes, they have plug and play harnesses, but you may still require to splice wires, if a bypass module is also required.
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Dec 27, 2007
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findmesumdealz wrote: Hey folks
Is this a fairly straight forward process, to install your own remote starter?
I have heard you can purchase something called a "T-Harness", that essentially simplifies the install process to A) removing the plastic cover B) plugging in the wires
with no soldering or what not remaining in the process.
What would you folks recommend?
To your first question - yes, it's a very easy process

Second - yes you can get a T-harness for some vehicles, but I'm not sure but I think you still might have to solder depending on some vehicles

What do I recommend? Do just a regular install, solder, test with a meter, and be happy you got it all done. I never used a T-harness
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Jul 19, 2010
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2012 civic is pretty easy.. hardest part is getting the steering wheel cover off.

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