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THEFT WARNING!
This vehicle is frequently stolen, we can PREVENT that using an Anti Theft System

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Remote Start & Security


Why buy from Lockdown Security?

Free Shipping & Worldwide Shipping

Yes we ship worldwide, if we can verify there is a remote start for your vehicle, we can ship it to you.
*some conditions apply*

We Can Install It

We can install your remote starter on almost any vehicle. In-Store and On-Site installation available.
Click HERE to schedule.

Free Programming

Tell us your vehicle year, make, model, and key type and we will pre-program your remote starter.
*some conditions apply*

Tech Support

*Order number required for tech support*

Support by phone, chat, email, video stream, and we have one of the best online support forums out there!

Click HERE for support.


Need help choosing a remote starter?


What year is your vehicle?

CMBMXA0

Automatic Transmission Only

KLON Required!

Mandatory
This vehicle requires KLON

KLON is an iDatalink programming procedure that eliminates the need to sacrifice an expensive key or key-fob for your vehicle, when installing a remote starter.

KLON requires (MANDATORY) the use of the iDatalink ADS-USB tool. You must use this tool, there is NO OTHER way to complete the KLON programming procedure.

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DIY: Special Tool Recommended

NOTE for DO IT YOURSELF INSTALLERS | DIY

iDatalink makes a special tool for removing the ignition node in select Mercedes Benz vehicles. If you are doing the install yourself, this tool is extremely helpful.

If Lockdown Security is performing the installation for you, we supply the tool and will use it during the installation.

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Plug and Play Harness:

ADS-THR-BZ2

Priced From:

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SKS906CRV

Automatic Transmission Only

Alarm Option Available

Plug and Play Harness:

Included with SKS906CRV

Priced From:

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Alarm Option Available

HCX

Automatic Transmission Only

Key Sacrifice Required!

Mandatory
This vehicle requires KEY SACRIFICE LOSE A KEY

If your vehicle requires a key sacrifice in order to install a remote starter, here is a brief explanation as to why this is.

Vehicles newer than 1998 generally have an immobilizer key or key fob, meaning there is an RFID chip in the head of the key or key fob, which when within close proximity to the vehicle or vehicle key cylinder, will send a signal to the vehicle letting the vehicle know the key or key fob is authorized to start the car. No signal, or wrong signal received means the car will not start.

Many vehicles use an encrypted signal, meaning it is almost impossible to break the code of the key, so the only way to start the car is to have the key present IN the car. Many newer Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar etc. vehicles are like this.

If you wish to install a remote starter in a vehicle with an encrypted key, and a keyless bypass module or interface does not exist, then you MUST sacrifice a key to install a remote start.

SACRIFICE A KEY MEANS YOU LOSE THE KEY, IT STAYS IN THE VEHICLE AND IS INSTALLED WITH THE REMOTE STARTER IN THE VEHICLE.

 

Key Fob Kit Required!

Why are key fobs mandatory?

This vehicle does not support 3xlock start, it is because the OEM key fob (original key fob) goes dead (stops working) when the vehicle ignition is on (such as when the engine is running). This means, that if you were to use 3xlock start, you would have no way to open the doors (keyless entry) while the engine was running, as the OEM key fob goes dead. Hence, the requirement for the aftermarket key fob.

This is not a big deal though, as in most cases where 3xlock start is not supported, you can leave the OEM key fob at home, and simply switch over to using the aftermarket key fob for all functions (such as lock/unlock/trunk release/remote start & stop. Also, you will gain increased range by using the aftermarket key fob.

Hardwire Harness:

ADS-AHR-HCX

Priced From:

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DC3

Automatic Transmission Only

Key Sacrifice Required!

Mandatory
This vehicle requires KEY SACRIFICE LOSE A KEY

If your vehicle requires a key sacrifice in order to install a remote starter, here is a brief explanation as to why this is.

Vehicles newer than 1998 generally have an immobilizer key or key fob, meaning there is an RFID chip in the head of the key or key fob, which when within close proximity to the vehicle or vehicle key cylinder, will send a signal to the vehicle letting the vehicle know the key or key fob is authorized to start the car. No signal, or wrong signal received means the car will not start.

Many vehicles use an encrypted signal, meaning it is almost impossible to break the code of the key, so the only way to start the car is to have the key present IN the car. Many newer Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar etc. vehicles are like this.

If you wish to install a remote starter in a vehicle with an encrypted key, and a keyless bypass module or interface does not exist, then you MUST sacrifice a key to install a remote start.

SACRIFICE A KEY MEANS YOU LOSE THE KEY, IT STAYS IN THE VEHICLE AND IS INSTALLED WITH THE REMOTE STARTER IN THE VEHICLE.

 

Key Fob Kit Required!

Why are key fobs mandatory?

This vehicle does not support 3xlock start, it is because the OEM key fob (original key fob) goes dead (stops working) when the vehicle ignition is on (such as when the engine is running). This means, that if you were to use 3xlock start, you would have no way to open the doors (keyless entry) while the engine was running, as the OEM key fob goes dead. Hence, the requirement for the aftermarket key fob.

This is not a big deal though, as in most cases where 3xlock start is not supported, you can leave the OEM key fob at home, and simply switch over to using the aftermarket key fob for all functions (such as lock/unlock/trunk release/remote start & stop. Also, you will gain increased range by using the aftermarket key fob.

Hardwire Harness:

ADS-AHR-HCX

Priced From:

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Alarm Option Available

SKSNG907

Automatic Transmission Only

Alarm Option Available

Key Sacrifice Required!

Mandatory
This vehicle requires KEY SACRIFICE LOSE A KEY

If your vehicle requires a key sacrifice in order to install a remote starter, here is a brief explanation as to why this is.

Vehicles newer than 1998 generally have an immobilizer key or key fob, meaning there is an RFID chip in the head of the key or key fob, which when within close proximity to the vehicle or vehicle key cylinder, will send a signal to the vehicle letting the vehicle know the key or key fob is authorized to start the car. No signal, or wrong signal received means the car will not start.

Many vehicles use an encrypted signal, meaning it is almost impossible to break the code of the key, so the only way to start the car is to have the key present IN the car. Many newer Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar etc. vehicles are like this.

If you wish to install a remote starter in a vehicle with an encrypted key, and a keyless bypass module or interface does not exist, then you MUST sacrifice a key to install a remote start.

SACRIFICE A KEY MEANS YOU LOSE THE KEY, IT STAYS IN THE VEHICLE AND IS INSTALLED WITH THE REMOTE STARTER IN THE VEHICLE.

 

Plug and Play Harness:

Included with SKSNG907

Priced From:

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Alarm Option Available


Radio Replacement Kits 

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What year is your vehicle?

Note: Vehicles fitted with either the 7" or 10.25" MBUX multimedia system will require additional parts from Mercedes Benz (A 910 680 16 00 - Covering Panel, A 910 689 47 00 - Cover Instrument Panel). Use Connects2 CT23MB32 dash kit in addition to Mercedes panels.


Mercedes-Benz Sprinter