Airlift Performance manifold pairing question
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    Default Airlift Performance manifold pairing question

    manually pairing airlift manifold in keyless ignition car
    Hey guys, recently bought a 2016 Challenger that the previous owner already put an Airlift Performance kit on. My phone can see it as a Bluetooth connection (comes up as Airlift 931E), but can't pair with it due to the manifold not being in pairing mode. I looked up how to do that, (the ignition on and off for three seconds as seen on their website), but it is apparently different because my car is keyless ignition. I really don't want to buy a new remote from airlift for $255 just to use it once to pair with my phone instead and never again. Any ideas / advice is appreciated. Thank you

    Alternatively, if someone has the controller and lives in south florida I will pay you to use yours for a couple of minutes lol

    Note: Can't just contact previous owner because the car was repo'd and honestly the place I bought it from knew less than nothing about it.

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    You should be able to emulate ignition on and ignition off by pressing the button while not holding the brake

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