If you own a vehicle with a push-to-start ignition system, On the Go Tech has good news for you: We can remote start your vehicle. There are many misconceptions out there about remote starters, and one of the biggest ones is that you can’t remote start a vehicle that has a push-to-start ignition. Our technicians have been safely remote starting these vehicles for more than a decade.
Now, you should know that a remote starter installation is more involved on this type of vehicle, but we are experts in our field. From the early days of push-to-start vehicles like the 2005 Toyota Avalon, On the Go Tech has put a lot of time and research into finding the best products and installation methods.
Here are some things you should know about getting an automatic car starter installed in your push-to-start vehicle.
Push-To-Start Cars Are Different
The way in which your vehicle starts is very different from many vehicles. When you push the start button in your vehicle, you are sending a digital command to its factory computer. At that point, the computer takes over everything related to starting your engine. It fires up the ignition, tells the starter how long to crank and recognizes that the engine is running. What does all of this mean to you? It means you need a remote starter that can send the proper digital protocols to your factory computer, just like when you push the button. That is no problem for us. We have the capability to flash software on our products that can speak the native language your vehicle’s computer understands. In simple terms, when you remote start your vehicle, it thinks you are sitting in it and pushed the button on the dash.
Our Remote Start Systems Keep Factory Security Features Operational
You have a keyfob with a transponder inside of it that gets recognized by your vehicle when you walk up to it. We have a solution for that. Our systems get recognized by your transponder system as an authorized fob, allowing the vehicle to safely remote start. Our system only sends this signal when remote starting, so it does not make your vehicle easier to steal. In fact, if someone tampers with your vehicle after it has been started remotely, the engine shuts off, and all of the factory theft deterrents reengage.
Your Warranty Stays Intact
We don’t void your new car warranty. Here is a link to an in-depth article on that topic: http://www.onthegotech.net/will-installing-remote-auto-starters-void-warranty/
We Make The Remote Start Takeover Process Easy
Different vehicles will have different methods needed to be driven after they are remote started. Some vehicles will shut off the engine when you open the door. Others will have you get in and push the start button on the dash. Some just let you get in and drive away. Rest assured, the procedure is simple, and our team will go over the method your vehicle uses.
We invite you to stop by On the Go Tech with your vehicle and talk to one of our automatic starter experts. We will help you find the perfect solution for your vehicle.
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