Installation Information

Even though it may seem like a big deal, installing our push button starter kit is actually pretty easy. Any shop that can install a remote start system should have no problem installing the PBS-100.

Take a look at the manual if you want all the details. Otherwise, skip below to get an idea of what will need to be done.

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Installation Overview

Installation of the PBS-100 can be broken down in to three main parts.

  1. Planning and gathering info about the vehicle
  2. Wiring
  3. Setup


If your car has a factory anti-theft system (like a chip in the key), then you will need to get a bypass module. Searching the internet will turn up many results. Make sure you get one that is specifically meant for your vehicle. Beyond that, you will just need to decide what features and options of the PBS-100 you want to use.


There are a total of four of the vehicle's circuits that MUST to be tapped in to.

  • ACC
  • Run
  • Start
  • Brake

The ACC, Run and Start circuits will be controlled by the PBS-100 and the brake circuit is used to tell the PBS-100 when the brake pedal is being pressed.
There are two of the vehicle's circuits that are OPTIONAL; the door and the tachometer. These are only used if you decide to use the Retained Accessory Power feature and the Auto-Crank feature, respectively.

After that, the start button must be wired up along with any of the status LEDs that are desired. These are simple connections that uses wires that are purely from the PBS-100.


The last steps include setting the DIP switches, jumpers and potentiometers correctly and then pressing the Learn button twice to record the settings to the PBS-100's memory.