Batteries keep going dead in my remote car starter control.
OK, well a problem exists and that's good!
1.) is your remote device OEM? (original equipment) from the dealer? or is it an aftermarket device?
a.) if it's from the dealer, you can call the service mgr. or if you have a client/salesperson relationship with a dealer for your vehicle, contact your salesperson, they may be able/want to assist you in general for customer service, hopefully!
b.) if it's from the dealer, in your owner's manual there may be a how to area on programming the device to your car
c.) double check your battery type, your device may not take the type of battery you install, even though it looks the same, one battery may contain something that is not good for that type of device...(for example some electronic products will say to not use a certain type of battery with that product.) a longshot, but all things considered.
d.) once you have verified the battery, start with new batteries, reprogram device to vehicle.
e.) problem still present after that, then I would speculate to much power when device in use and draining the battery.
f.) would consider a new device
g.) should the problem persist past those steps, then your most economical approach would be to take to the dealer,
2. if remote device is aftermarket, check for a help # in owners manual for device or from aftermarket supplier of product.
Hope this was helpful.
on Dec 27, 2017