Upgrade your truck or Jeep to a Kleinn Wireless Remote Start. Cool down in the summer and warm it in the winter before you climb in and drive away. Plug-N-Play harness has no wires to connect. Once installed, programming the remote start unit is required. A programmer interface is included. You will need a Windows computer to program the remote start. Check the application chart to find the right remote start for your application. For greater range, purchase the model RSJKLR1 remote start with included remotes for a range of up to 2000 feet.
Fairly easy install on a 2012 JKU. Spent most of the time trying to get the OEM plug to come out of the immobilizer module. After that, very easy to install and setup. You will need a longer torx bit (I used a 3”) to get to two of the screws under the steering column shroud. I followed the setup instructions and it worked on the first try. It has been really nice using it in the Arizona Summer heat. I should’ve done this years ago.
from Phoenix, AZ
1.0Selling kit no programmer unable to purchase
Trying to get a programmer not able to purchase. Very disappointed
By Ed Jackson
from Florida Keys
5.0Love my remote
Instructions could be better but if you have some mechanical expertise it is a fairly easy install. About an hour and I had it working perfect! Range on this thing is awesome!
from Tompkinsville Ky
2.0Works well but difficult install
While this remote start is reasonably priced, functions fine, and 75% of the install is easy, for certain model year Tacoma's it requires cutting into an OEM wire harness. The harness is located behind the glove box and it is a major effort to get to it that is completely skipped over in the directions. It simply states "remove the glovebox", which is not easy. Plus never a fan of clipping a single wire in a multi wire harness especially one with so little room for error. I think other brands offer a more plug and play harness adapter.
Once installed the remote works great but I would not recommend this for the average person who is not comfortable with vehicle wiring.
By 2020 TRD Pro owner
from Beach Haven NJ
1.0No, no, no…!
I purchased this remote starter system for my 2019 Wrangler. Since purchasing the Jeep I have changed the front and rear bumpers, added a lift kit, added rock rails, a winch, and multiple lights. Point is, I’m not new at auto mods. But…this system in my opinion is a mess. Sure, it pretty much just plugs into existing connections, that’s the easy part. The trouble begins when you have to program the system using the company’s web software and included instructions. First off the installation manual is poorly written…it was written by a guy who seems to have installed bunches of the systems and can miss details without consequence. Secondly, when you get to the step where you download the company’s software and flash your new remote starter, good luck! The software described in the installation instructions in no way resembles what you get when you download the online programming software. Once it’s installed on your computer you will have to wing-it when trying to match up the correct flash to your vehicle. I even called their customer service during the process and was connected to some guy who seemed like he was busy doing something way more important than helping customers, and who rudely answered one question and hung up. Not cool! So, after about an hour of flashing and re-flashing the unit, it finally worked. Once. For seven seconds. Then it failed every time afterwards. Even if by some miracle you get the right module and great instructions, and by chance the device works, you will need to time your remote presses perfectly (press-1000-press-1000-press-1000) to get it to function. Mess up on one of those press-1000’s and you get to start all over again. Needless to say it went back. And thank goodness that 4WP is amazing and shot a refund to me right away. So, your call…