i was reading on crutchfield.com that crime guard alarms are easy to install and pretty good for their price? or viper alarms are they plug n play like crime gurads
I was going to say the same thing.If your going to orer that one from crutchfield i would look into spending another $50 and getting the python responder 460 from them. Python is the same as the viper. better brand
not to mention if you have questions about the install more people on here are familiar with viper (dei) products than they will be with the crime guard
I was going to say the same thing.
I can get them I just dont do much with them. DEI products are good. I also get audiovox prestigue, and clarion Ungo from my dist.
The clarion line looks really good but I haven't had any luck with them but the prestigue went in really well in my '94 blazer and am replacing the Ungo one in the wife's '97 GA with the same prestigue.
Alarms are good, but if you are in a high-risk area... make you system as stealth as possible. Unless someone knows the truck, your basic thug may pass over your truck if nothing is visible.im more worried about the sound system im going to put into it even though its not much but theres some little wanna be gangsters that live down the streets that are always up to no good. i want my alarm to be able to detect window breaking more than anything else. and the shock sensor of course.
you do have a point the thing is these little punks already saw me when i was wiring the truck while i was was in my driveway in the alley cuz they walked by. i am trying to hide everything. wires sub box n all. the only thing not hideable is headunit it came with an aftermarket cheap dual from walmart. i did wanna swap it for a better nicer pioneer but i think ima pass on it. i no for sure i will put a switch on the remote to the amp to turn off.Alarms are good, but if you are in a high-risk area... make you system as stealth as possible. Unless someone knows the truck, your basic thug may pass over your truck if nothing is visible.
Just food for thought...