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Q: How do I use the remote start system?

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How do I use the remote start system?

The remote start system allows you to turn on the vehicle before you have entered it. To turn on the engine via remote start, press the Lock button on the transmitter, then, within three seconds, press the Remote Start button twice. The exterior lights will flash twice to confirm that the remote start worked.

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