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JOHNFAK

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Are you talking about the CAD "Central axle disconnect" on the front axle? If you have one without it I would consider yourself lucky and not want to add it.:shrug:You would have to swap out the whole front axle and then add a manual disconnect cable versus adding all the vacuum apparatus.

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I have seen complete kits before for adding key less entry. I would be surprised if the truck came with all but the fob.

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Ahh! Right... I did not even catch that, haha. I've never heard of these trucks coming with a keyless entry system. You would have to buy an aftermarket kit. It will come with the actuators, brain, remote, etc. Usually around $150, IIRC.

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I believe it became an option for the 00 and up trucks. At least my former 00 had one...It would be very nice to have one on my 98 but I think your right John you would have to have a receiver that is integrated into the vehicle to be able to control the locks and alarm and such. JR

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My 1990 GMC has an after market alarm with Keyless entry, Motion Sensors (in case I want to leave the windows down and still have the alarm armed and ready), Starter kill and if it was an automatic...remote start :)

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