It depends on how the auto/remote start is installed.I'm getting a auto start installed in my car this Wednesday . Will this jeopardize the warranty in anyway ? Just curious
I thought I saw someone here with a dealer installed one... Is this a dealer install option.It has been my experience over the years that any previously installed electronic device that required modification to a harness may jeopardize that warranty of the vehicle. In order to start these cars several signals need to be sent over the network to verify the key and initiate the start procedure. I will leave it at, I have seen some things and would advise against it, but I do sympathize with those in cold climates.
You did. Unfortunately, the dealer was not forthcoming with what was installed.I thought I saw someone here with a dealer installed one... Is this a dealer install option.
I really do wish there was a factory or dealer installed option. Unfortunately there is not. I would suspect if demand was high enough they will make one. It would make the boot time much more tolerable.I thought I saw someone here with a dealer installed one... Is this a dealer install option.
You know as well as I do that dealers are allowed in many states to sell many add on products. It would appear that his dealer sells remote starters. It is fairly easy with many aftermarket units to program the frequency of the key to operate the remote start function. Personally I question the safety of those systems but they do work.Steve...
Do you know what the solution is that the user from Long Island says his dealership installed that uses the Infiniti keyfob?