Why Remote Start Stopped Working

Many people rely on remote start as a convenient way to start their car in the morning, but lately it seems like this feature is not working as smoothly as it used to. Some drivers are reporting that they are no longer able to start their cars remotely, and others are reporting that the feature is not working at all. If you’re one of these drivers and your remote start is not working, there may be a solution waiting for you.

What is Remote Start and How Does it Work?

Remote start is a technology that allows you to start your car without having to get out of the car. The car starts and runs off of battery power, so you don’t have to leave your car to start it.

Problems with Remote Start

Remote start has been a feature of many vehicles for some time now, but there have been numerous complaints from customers about it not working correctly. Some of the problems that customers have had with remote start include: not being able to start the car from a distance, having to wait too long for the car to start, and having to keep pressing the button to get the car started. One common solution to these problems is to disconnect the battery cable, but this can be dangerous and is not recommended by most experts.


If you’re experiencing problems with your car’s remote start, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the issue. First, make sure that all of the car’s electrical components are properly plugged in. If everything looks good and the car still won’t start, try resetting the car’s security code by going to your vehicle’s settings and selecting “security” followed by “reset.” Finally, if you’re still not getting anywhere, it might be time to take your car in for service.

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