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Check the battery in your remote, it may be getting weak.
Also AUTOSTART claims that the 1000FT is based on line of sight, unobstructed testing in ideal conditions. Actual range will vary due to local conditions including but not limited to environment, terrain, physical obstructions, vehicle location and orientation, interference and other possible impediments.
Try driving out to a place that is flat and open in all directions. Walk up to 1000 feet away, and try every 100ft as you walk back to see when it will start.
If you have a building, wall, or other object between your remote and the vehicle the signal may not be reaching the antenna on the vehicle.
Posted on Dec 01, 2013
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