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987 Start/Stop Button

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I was annoyed with the standard 987 key having lock/unlock on the same button.

So I've done a thing. Here are the basic functions working, and a nice new style key.

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Will now look into the auto lock/unlock stuff.

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Cool, do you have write up.
I have recently modified my 993 to flash the indicators when locking & unlocking the car.

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It's all from a kit on Ali Express ~$400 

It daisy chains off the stock ignition barrel and the steering wheel CanBus controller, and a brake pedal and ground fly leads. Also requires a disassembled key to be solded into a box and plugged into the new loom.

Taking the driver's side lower dash apart and putting it all back took longer than actually installing.

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So to add more information. It was this kit -

https://a.aliexpress.com/_mthlsR0

You have to pull apart a key and solder it into the new loom.

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Setup the PKE so the car auto unlocks when the keys are within a few feet of the car.

Tidied up the fusebox with a pair of fuse taps. One for the aftermarket headunit (to ignition), one so the orange brake so the start/stop doesn't need the brake depressing (to constant 12v).

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So a tap of the button turns the ignition on, or clutch in and hold to start the car.

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