I have a place in West Virginia where I hunt, and just go to be in the outdoors. Usually my sister is there with me during hunting season. Last year she said it would be soooo nice if I could remote start the Buggy like my truck. That way when we head out to the blinds for the morning hunt it would be nice and warm in the buggy. So this year I'm going to attempt to install one. Did some research. Most everything I was finding was not UTV/ATV oriented, just automotive. Did see a few posts where units were installed in newer Rangers like the 900's etc.. Not much for the Ranger 800's. After a lot of research I decided to go with an inexpensive unit from Bulldog Security, called the RS82. Got one for less than $25.00, so what the heck. I have a PDF of the 2012 Ranger 800 service manual. Also got a PDF on line for the remote unit I bought. I've been going over the wiring schematics for several days trying to come up with a plan. Looks pretty straight forward. I just need to tap into a few wires from the Buggy's key switch. One for Constant power, Start, Accessory, and Ignition wire, then a ground to frame. Then I need to tap into the taillight and brake pressure switch. Of course this remote start is designed for a car. So I'll have to wing it a little. I've laid out what I plan to do in a few "compilated" diagrams. The Buggy doesn't seem to have a dedicated ACC. wire off of the switch. I'm guessing Since the "Run" position operates the accessory terminal block, I may not have to use the remote units ACC wire. Just turning the key on gives power to the ACC terminal block. Other than lights, the only ACC's I have are the wipers, which I'm not worried about, and the heater blower motor. If need be, I can splice the units ACC. wire into the heaters 12V wire to power the fan. So, if you can understand my Gobbledy gook, Here's pics of what I have planned. The diagram of the Buggys wiring is just of what I was needing to trace and access, if that makes any sense. I'll be taking pics as I install the remote unit. I can foresee getting access to the brake pressure switch will be an issue because of my back problems. But I may be able to access it at the start solenoid. The parking light/tail light circuit I can tap from the headlight switch. So that's the plan....