I've never worked with a worse company. I had a keyless remote installed in my daughter's car. It worked for a few days then both turn lights would start flashing sometimes while she was driving for no reason and the keyless entry stopped working. We asked for our money back but they convinced us to let them try again. They then attempted to install another one and this time it didn't work even a full day. We drove the car home; and the next time we tried to use it, the keyless entry it did not work; then, when I started the car the horn started blasting. Finally, after several starting attempts the horn doesn't start blasting but the keyless entry doesn't work either. We asked again for money back and they refused. I'm now going pay another company to remove it and am going to file a small claims suit against them. Avoid them please. In the end we will have no keyless entry and less money. 12/21/06 : Yesterday I took the car to another company to have the installation reviewed and the system removed. Just as I suspected; the installation was sloppily done. They used T-connection for everything and didn't bother to strip back the insulation on the wires. This made for intermittent connections which was causing the strang behavior I was seeing. I had it removed and I dropped off the part at Stereotomy. The place I took it to "Great Vibrations" in Bothell said in their opinion any connections to the ignition harness should be soldered. Hope this helps.