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We understand that your problem is: Dodge truck immobilizor issue. It has happened twice now. First time I thought the Bat was dead. took it off to have it tested it was good. reconnected bat and it started, this time I just disconnected bat and then reconnected it started. I talked to dodge and of course they can not do anything unless it wont start and I have to tow it in. I have 2 questions. First how long after rest will the computer have a fault again? and two any ideas of what they can test prior to it not starting again..

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Unfortunately the 555CW bypasses were horribly unreliable, and they seemed to be worse with specific years and models of vehicles. Even temperature change effected how well they worked and there really isn't any way to tell if/when they would act up or work right. They were quickly discontinued since most of us installers refused to use them. There are a couple bypasses available right now that would work much better. I'm not sure what the model and year of your truck is, but the PKALL bypass is a programmable module that works on most daimler chrysler vehicles and doesn't require you to give up a key. If you want a quick easy bypass that's really cheap you can use a TBX-Key bypass. They're a universal transponder key bypass that works for every vehicle and they're inexpensive, the downside is you have to give up a key for that one.

If you have a newer Dodge you can use a DBALL module although that particular one requires a firmware update specific to the year and model and you'd have to go to a shop/dealer that sells DEI to have the module flashed to the appropriate firmware. Installation on bypasses same with any remote start/alarm system is pretty specialized and technical so unless you have a fair amount of experience with car electrical you'd probably want to have it done at an authorized install shop. Don't go pay a Dodge dealer for repairs, they'll charge you an arm & a leg with the end result probably being the system removed. Hope that helps.

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