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You want to fix this?
what is the question.?
want me to guess?
or tell you the 100s steps in diagnosis of this feature>? (shop steps)

my guess, is you have the remote engine start option.
and you press the button at it does what?
name what it does exactly. (wont even attempt to crank? over?)
btw, this system is a risky system.
and has many safety features to protect the public.
did you read the operators guide on this? yet?
lost it?
here it is for free, read the Remote start pages..
it shows, how to diagnose simple issues.
door lock failure? or not in park, or ?
there are many failures (simple) that can kill this feature dead.
for good cause.

Posted on Mar 22, 2014


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