Chuck, an East Erie resident, was looking for a remote start for his 2018 Nissan Titan Pro 4x Edition truck. Chuck stopped into the store and spoke with Doug Reichert, our integration specialist. Doug asked Chuck a few questions. He asked, how far did he want the remote start to work from? Also , was Chuck concerned with takeover when the vehicle was running on remote start. Takeover means, would the engine shut off upon door opening? Finally, was vehicle-specific wire harnessing important to Chuck and his brand-new truck? Chuck’s responses were, As far as you got, yes, and yes!
2018 Nissan Titan gets Vehicle Specific Remote Start Wiring
Chuck’s Titan is a push-to-start model. You could install a remote start with a “universal remote start”. However, this truck will benefit greatly from installing vehicle-specific wire harnessing and software. Because one of the added benefits of the vehicle-specific starter is secure takeover. That means, the engine will not shut down on the Titan when a door is opened. In contrast, the engine shuts off after the door is opened with other remote starts. But, the Titan owner (with the Nissan fob) can drive away with the vehicle more easily once it is remote started with our remote start. In more detail, you simply unlock the door, press the brake pedal and shift into drive. Lastly, if a remote start is installed without the vehicle-specific harnessing the vehicle will shut down when the door is opened. So, grabbing that snow brush will be no problem!
Long Range Remote Start Works from Deep Inside Buildings
Chuck wanted the longest-range remote we had. Furthermore, he did not want a smartphone app. Doug pointed Chuck in the direction of our Ultimate 1-mile remote starter remote control. We could pair with the vehicle-specific factory start v5.
The Ultimate 1-mile remote offers Chuck many things. Long range, two-way confirmation, interior temperature status and vehicle battery voltage status. Not only that, but the remote is also USB rechargeable.
Chuck loved the design and features. Everything was in stock and we scheduled the MECP Installation appointment for the following Monday. Chuck dropped his truck off for our morning block appointment and picked it up later that afternoon. After that, Doug provided a full tutorial about the remote start and the unique takeover procedure. In the end, Chuck was happy he came to Erie’s Automotive Electrical Experts for his remote start.
Click here to get pricing for a remote start that fits your needs and budget. We are located in Harborcreek and that’s just a little east of Erie, Pa. We need your vehicle to perform our high quality remote start installs. By the way, we are nowhere near New Jersey!
This post was provided by Doug Reichert. Call him! Doug has been in the automotive service business since 2001. In his free time, Doug likes working outside in his yard and enjoys exercising. Doug is active in his community by volunteering at his church and for several nonprofits.