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    Proximity key and push start button

    Does anyone know if I can do this to my 2012 WRX Limited?

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    Anything can be done but its going to cost you a lot of money and a lot of custom work. Don't expect to get it done without a couple grand invested
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    I'd look into the newer viper alarm systems personally.
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    well, it is technically something offered on a Subie....in JDM trim, so it could be done and look factory.

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    Ya but considering the button is the cheapest and easiest part of the entire swap it is still not easy nor doable for cheap. $200 for a button (JDM shipping), Custom Wiring which will cost who knows how much, making a key work which would require some crazy work and more custom stuff, all the trim, keys, programming, its never ending.
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    You can start here:

    DIY: The Push Start Everything needed inside thread
    DIY: Push to Start

    There are more, just do a serch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrettKoonsman View Post
    Ya but considering the button is the cheapest and easiest part of the entire swap it is still not easy nor doable for cheap. $200 for a button (JDM shipping), Custom Wiring which will cost who knows how much, making a key work which would require some crazy work and more custom stuff, all the trim, keys, programming, its never ending.
    I never said cheap.....only that it could look factory
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    http://www.3gwrx.com/forum/index.php/topic,21105.0.html probably cost around 500 for all the bells a whistles I am debating on doing this to mine.
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