Curious if there are any projects out there in which someone controlled a remote vehicle starter with an arduino board.
Specifially, I am considering a method to start my car at a preset time every morning.
I am thinking it would be easy to wire up an arduino to the Remote Fob itself and send the signal to start at a set time (I am an arduino noob and have not done anything but basic tutorials with a small Teensy board).
My specific system is two-way and sends back a success or fail signal after you attempt to start, would be nice to program the system to try to start X number of times after a failure.
Has anything like this been done? Anything similar?
There seems to be some confusion...
My vehicle already has a viper 2-way remote start system installed.
I would like to wire one of the existing key fob remotes to an arduino board to control the remote itsself(which sends the signal to start the car).
I do not wish to wire anything additional into the car. Basically just emulate the press of the remote button via the microcontroller.
Pics of the FOB pcb: