How To Use Chevy Remote Start
Chevrolet is committed to making your life easy and convenient. That’s why all new Chevrolet models have available remote start. It is accessible on your vehicle’s key fob and through the MyChevrolet app. With impressive technology, the remote start function warms or cools your vehicle’s cabin before entry so it’s comfortable when you get in, allows you to warm up your vehicle’s engine, and integrates with your vehicle’s anti-theft system. Find a remote start car at Mike Anderson Chevy Chicago!
How To Use Chevy Remote Start
First, you’ll want to make sure your Chevy vehicle is equipped with a remote-operated starter. You can check your key fob or MyChevrolet app “Key Fob” page to make sure. If you see a remote-start button shaped like a curved arrow (on the physical key fob, this will be right below the lock and unlock buttons), then you have remote start capabilities.
Once you’re ready to Chevy remote start your vehicle, you need to be relatively close to start your vehicle with your key fob. However, you can use the MyChevrolet app remote start from greater distances. Start by first pressing the lock button to lock your car before it starts your engine for safety and security purposes. You will not be able to remote start your vehicle until it has been locked beforehand. Then, immediately press and hold the remote start button for at least four seconds. Your engine will then roar to life.
Best Practices For Remote Start
When you remote start your vehicle, your engine will run for only 15 minutes before it shuts down itself. The time limit is meant to preserve power in case you change your mind or forget your vehicle is started. If the 15 minutes runs out before you’re ready to depart, you can repeat the remote start process within 30 seconds of the first run time, for a total of 30 minutes. Change your mind about leaving? You can easily turn your engine off by pressing and holding the remote start button just like you do to turn it on.
If you can’t get your remote start to work, keep in mind that the function is disabled in a few circumstances. If the hood is not closed, if the key fob is inside the car (to prevent you from locking yourself out), or if the hazard lights are on the remote start function will not work. Check these first if you’re having any trouble.
It’s smart, simple, and seamless. The MyChevrolet app is designed to connect you to your vehicle at any time anywhere. Turn your compatible smartphone into a mobile command center for your vehicle—even when you’re not near it. The available MyChevrolet Mobile App has almost everything you need to take your ownership experience to the next level. And it’s just a download away! One of its most popular uses is as a Chevy Remote Start app, but there are many more. You can also manage your vehicle’s diagnostics, schedule service, locate your vehicle, and more all from your smartphone.
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Looking for a Chevy dealer near me? At Mike Anderson Chevrolet of Chicago, we are one of the area’s premier Chevrolet dealerships with a huge selection of Chevy cars, trucks, and SUVs for you to choose from. Founded in 1969 by Bob Anderson, Mike Anderson’s Chevy Chicago is proud to continue to serve the community. We offer a great selection of vehicles and top-notch customer service to everyone who walks through our doors. Visit us to learn more about the MyChevrolet app or how to get remote start capability for your vehicle now!