Vista Calif. - Auto parts giant ACDelco is getting into aftermarket keyless entry vehicle security and remote control engine start in a big way with systems developed and manufactured by security and remote start specialist Directed Electronics Inc. (DEI) parent company of leading aftermarket brands Viper and Clifford.Four new systems sold to consumers by new car dealers and installed by expeditors offer ISO-9001 + QS-9000 registered quality and dependability. Two of the systems operate by RF (radio frequency) remote control and feature dual 4-button remote transmitters with icons for lock unlock auxiliary and panic. (Those systems are the Model 210D Keyless Entry and the Model 240D Security and Luxury System).The other two systems are the Model 215D Keyless Entry Interface (which upgrades factory keyless to a full security system with siren starter kill and shock sensor) and the Model 251D Remote Start Interface which adds remote start capability to the other systems in the ACDelco lineup. This remote start interface is intended for fuel injected automatic transmission vehicles only.The availability of high quality security and convenience systems branded with the well-accepted ACDelco name is lighting a fire under some new car dealers who for whatever reason were not taking advantage of the profit potential of security says Glenn Busse DEI's VP of Sales & Marketing. The addition of remote start to the ACDelco lineup is adding to the excitement particularly in the Northeast and the Midwest.For more information about these ACDelco systems please call 1-800-876-0800 ext. 6.