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Fortin

CSPEVOONE - Fortin EVO-ONE EVO-ONE All-in-One Remote Start, Security Data Interface

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Description

  • T-harnesses available for select vehicles to simplify installation procedure
  • Separate compatible RF kit required for unit operation (Some vehicles can be remote started via OEM remote 3x lock button)
  • DCryptor virtual OEM key copying technology for vehicles that use highly-encrypted engine immobilizer system
  • Multiple bus architecture with 10 separate communication ports that provide more complete functionality on every supported vehicle
  • 2-Way Data-Link port for RS-232 communication with devices such as remote car starters, car alarms, GPS telematics units, and smartphone enabled devices as well as analog plugs for compatibility with non 2-way Data-Link compatible systems

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Customer Reviews

Worthless Instructions, Many Add-Ons, Horrible Tech Support. Total Waste of Time & MoneyFirst off, you buy the unit then you must buy their "Flash Link" to update and upload firmware and other details to make it work for your car.Downloaded specific installation instructions for my car and followed to the T, still, no remote start. Tech support available only Monday to Friday. So I spent the weekend digging thru Q & A and troubleshooting all over the internet. It turned out that I should have downgraded to a different firmware (not the one specified for my vehicle and loaded by default). I finally got it to remote start the car, however, it also triggered the factory alarm, so I had to search again only to find that one of the default sittings is incorrect and should have been disabled. The unit worked fine and remote started the car like 4-5 times, however, no remote stop, again, it turned out that I have to buy a separate RF. Three days later and the unit stopped working. No remote start.Called Tech support, the guy did not give his name, I explained to him the problem, he said I have to reset the unit, I asked "How I can do that", he said " call your retailer, they can help you, or ask for a replacement unit, have a good day, goodbye". Click.So, I spend another two hours uninstalling this thing, packed it, and sent it back to Amazon.I had to swallow the cost of the "T" harness, the RF unit, and the USB Flashlink; in the tune of $150, plus three wasted days.1The product itself worked great on the RAV4 once I got through the programmingBought this for both of my vehicles, 2015 RAV4 and 2008 4Runner. The product itself worked great on the RAV4 once I got through the programming. I was able to use the Toyota OEM remotes for the remote start functions once completed. Fortin's website offers some instructions on installation and general wire locations. The programming instructions that Fortin offers are not all that clear. A background in automotive electronics is a must. I don't recommend this for the first time DIY guy or gal. Now for the 4runner, installation was straight forward, I only had one major issue, this is a universal kit, this does not include everything you need for a hassle free installation. The 4Runner ended up needing an RF Kit. Fortin offers a variety of these kits on their site and Amazon offers only one type that I found worth buying ($90) RFALL642W. You will also need a Flash-Link to be able to program settings on the Fortin EVO. Do your homework on Fortin's site before purchasing this product to see if there are additional components required. Overall, expect to spend around $220-$240 for a complete setup (Fortin EVO, RF KIT, T-Harness and Flash Link). There are cheaper alternatives that will come with everything you need...do your research.3Installed in a 2013 V6 Mustang with Manual TransmissionI had installed a couple of remote starts before - but, never on a manual transmission car. The concerns are significant as having a car start in gear could really ruin your day!The EVO-One let me use the factory remotes to safely and reliably remotely start the car whilst guaranteeing the car was not in gear. It does what it says. It is an all-in-one remote starter solution that interfaces well with the Factory Electronics. I purchased the THAR-FORT1 T-harness and the Flashlink4 USB programming interface. The software is a free download from Fortin.ca. Their servers held the newest software and install the latest firmwares without incident.The wiring was challenging because Ford made connector changes not reflected in any of the documentation or even the factory wiring diagrams. Ultimately, I completed this over the course of three evenings. It took two online questions and a single support question answered from Fortin in Quebec, Canada. My install was going to be long anyways because I soldered and shrink-tubed all my connections.The Dcryptor part of Fortin's software package allows you to program the bypass function of a single car key. It was also straightforward and worked seamlessly. The device completes key Takeover from your actual physical key, perfectly.Fortin's support staff knows their stuff! - and the online resources are extensive and people in the community have a lot of useful advice to share.The results are amazing. The MT scheme is bulletproof. The fortin gear interfaces fabulously with the existing factory remotes, lights, locks and alarm system.Stay patient and work methodically on the install - you will probably hit a bump, or two, because of the complexity of modern vehicles. Your efforts will be rewarded when it comes together for you!If you get frustrated quickly, it is best to pay a shop to do the work.Highly recommended for a person generally familiar with car wiring and has the skills to make reliable connections.5Awesome little box!Works perfectly! Shipping was prompt and installation and wiring instructions provided by Fortin were clear and very easy to follow without being overly complicated. This was installed in a 2017 Elantra Push-to-Start model for remote start capabilities. 3x lock with the OEM key fob works as described. This is a genuine Evo-One which also includes a 48-hour pass to view one car on WireColor.com. Fortin provides basic wiring diagrams on their site as well.A few things to note when purchasing this device. It is necessary to purchase the Flash Link Updater device to flash and configure the Evo-One for your vehicle. Each vehicle has a specific firmware version and options that you must enable for it to work. The good news is the program is very easy to use and took less than 10 minutes to update the firmware for the Flash Link Updater, Bypass, and Remote Starter.One issue I had that was not in the instructions for my vehicle was to cut the loopback wire on the module itself (for automatic transmissions). Once I did this, my remote starter worked as described (3x lock with OEM remote).5Installed properly, it works!The unit is installed in a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LT by myself. I am very handy with electronics, and Fortin provides some amazing instructions and with the help of their wirecolor.com website, installation was fairly straight-forward. If you're not sure on how to do it, or are not great with electronics or wiring, have a professional install it -- you can nuke your car.You should (highly recommended by both myself and Fortin) to have the Flashlink to update the firmwares on the module (yes, it has two).The unit arrived with all the wiring needed, access code for wirecolor.com (trust me, you'll need this!), and all-in-all great build quality. The installation was straight-forward (see above) and it was removed and verified several times as I was tapping into all the different wires to make sure everything worked perfectly. Currently working with the stock key fob (3x start) and has not failed yet.My only con with this kit is that the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LT with an aftermarket stereo seems to keep the accessory on since it doesn't detect the driver door open to cut the power. I'll have to investigate this and see if there's a timer that can be adjusted, or if there is a trigger that can be done so that the accessory can be turned off properly.5Practical Product for the Practical Human and Practical JokerThis product was installed in a 1999 F-150, a vehicle that was never supposed to be started from almost 1/2 miles away (2500 ft due to the remotes that I purchased). However despite the 1990's technology my vehicle has now been brought up closer to the standard of today's F-150s. The TL:DR version of this reviews is: Great Product, Be patient on the install, Have some fun with a remote starting vehicle.I've always had a bittersweet relationship with these boxes. I have had a few times where it fails to start due to the anti theft system in my truck, and that is the only reason its not 5 stars. I recommend getting a second key with the transponder code but without the key cut and place it in the steering column. I give this project a 4/5 on difficulty because one wrong wire and its potentially game over.All that being said, Fortin does engineer these boxes to be the best on the market. When comparing side by side on the internals, it appears other companies just flat out copy the design, even though it is a simple one. This is also the smallest package out there, about the width of a iPhone 4, 2/3rd of the length of a iPhone 4, and the depth of 2 iPhone 4 stacked (sorry for the unscientific measurements, but I don't have a tape measure or the box with me at the moment).I recommend for installation you use Velcro on the box to easily remove it from the vehicle when needed because you will NOT get the software correct on the first try. Also Fortin requires you buy the flash link updater for the vehicle to program it. Give yourself the weekend to do the job properly.Fortin also has a superb customer service system. Now it takes anywhere between 5-40 minutes for them to pick up, but they have designed this product in such a way where it is easy to debug over the phone. The included wiring diagram is super comprehensive and you should save it for future reference on future projects. The wiring diagram is downloaded from a separate website, there is a card included in the package with a code and a website (just in case you were wondering).Just as a side note to complete my rambling, my truck is straight piped (no muffler) and is very loud on startup. If you time it right you can startle/scare people when they walk by and the truck starts up being very loud and no one is inside. Just for this the product is worth it.4Much easier to install than Viper 5704 at less Cost (Updated)(Update:) I removed 1 star from my review for the following reason. The information on how the flashlink (a mandatory item in installation) is supposed to work is limited, and it resulted in what would have been a small hiccup leading to me troubleshooting for almost 2 hours. I uninstalled the flashlink software from my computer and reinstalled it and it worked perfectly. I think a page or two in the instructions describing the flash process would have been highly beneficial and would have helped me diagnose a faulty programmer install much faster. The rest of my review holds true. The T-Harness was a breeze to install, and (once programmed) the module worked as advertised.Key things that I wasn't 100% sure on when I bought this. 1) This does have a built-in immobilizer bypass which DOES NOT need a key to be permanently installed in it. The immobilizer bypass will listen to your key's RF transmission and mimic it enabling your car to start. For me this was huge because I saved not only $20 in a stand-alone immobilizer bypass, but I also saved ~$100 on an extra key. On to my full review:I bought this, the T-Harness, and the programmer for around $200 (I paid extra for expedited T-Harness delivery). The installation was a breeze, with all but 2 connections already made within the T-harness (there is an optional third connection for hood deactivation switch, but that's independent of your factory wiring harness and optional). With your purchase you'll get an access key for the complete install instructions for your vehicle (one with T-Harness, and one without), but honestly I was able to find the instructions without the activation key anyway. The instructions are in color with pictures of the plug you're looking for, where in the car to find it, and arrows pointing to which wire you need to tap into. Additionally, the instructions tell you exactly which settings that you'll need to change with your programmer (in my case, D2 and C1), and what to set those settings to.All-in-all, this was much easier to install than my old Viper 5704. It is less capable, because the Viper 5704 is 2-way, but I hardly use that capability anyway. I do like that the Viper 5704 has a manual "off" switch, that I can turn off whenever I perform maintenance on my car, but other than that this is an great product, easy to install, makes for a very clean install, and does what it says it does.4Poor support.Item seems to be of decent quality, have not been able to do the installation yet.Seller shipped item with an expired "wirecolor.com" code, which is needed to download the actual instructions for installation.E&B Electronics did not want to support and had me contact Fortin for a code. Although, Fortin requires support from their distributor to their customers and refuses to assist directly. I relayed this back to E&B Electronics and they said that they would contact Fortin for a code. Two weeks later and no code or response...Clearly E&B Electronics does not care to support their products and customers. I suggest purchasing elsewhere.2Great Product, Excellent Customer ServiceI installed the Fortin EVO-One in a 2018 Toyota Tundra Limited (H-Key). I was able to use the factory remote to enable the remote starter. The documentation is very good and technical support is even better. They are very knowledgeable about the product as they should be.I would recommend the Fortin EVO-ONE to any one looking to add remote start capability to their vehicle. I especially like the fact that I could utilize the factory remote so I didn't have to carry any additional fobs.5hands down this is the best upgrade i have done to my JeepSo, hands down this is the best upgrade i have done to my Jeep. I did it myself because I am quite handy with car electronics. It took me a couple hours for the install. I prewired the main unit for install. I bought the T-harness and a Drone Mobile unit as well with this. I installed everything at the same time. The only thing I recommend and this is why I only made it 4 stars. I think the programming of the unit could be explained more. The company has a great website and lots of information for it on there. The install instructions get a little fuzzy when you got to program it. There are two sides you have to program on the unit. There is the decryptor part and the starter part and they both have different firmwares that you have to update on the unit. They don't really explain that. So, I sat there for about 20 mins trying to figure out why the remote starter wasn't working. Then, I figured out I had to program the remote start side of the unit. If your planning on doing it yourself, I would see if there are any shops that might program the unit to save some time and frustration. It isn't that hard to program it yourself tho.4
CSPEVOONE - Fortin EVO-ONE EVO-ONE All-in-One Remote Start, Security Data Interface

CSPEVOONE - Fortin EVO-ONE EVO-ONE All-in-One Remote Start, Security Data Interface

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 220.00
Sale price
SG$ 220.00
Regular price
SG$ 362.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 142.00)