Sue is a Lawrence Park resident and repeat ENORMIS Mobile Specialties client. She traded in her 2014 Subaru Outback and purchased a 2019 Subaru Impreza Sport. But, she wanted a remote start in the 2019 Impreza like she had in her 2014 Outback!
Sue knew what remote start she wanted on the 2019 Impreza
So, Sue called and spoke with Doug Reichert, our integration specialist. Doug was the same person who helped Sue with her 2014 Outback and Sue knew exactly what she wanted. With this in mind, she told Doug to install the same two-way confirming long range remote start that she had before. In other words, she wanted the mini two-way remote car starter. So, Sue dropped her vehicle off with ENORMIS the night before her appointment. That way, we could pull the vehicle into our garage and warm it up overnight. We tasked MECP-certified technician Ken Whiteman with this installation. Since he was familiar with Subarus, Ken had the vehicle completed before lunch that same day.
Subaru engine stays running after door is opened
Sue came in later that same day and took delivery of the vehicle. She was already familiar with the remote start operation. So, Doug only had to demonstrate the takeover procedure and proper HVAC settings for an expedited defrost cycle. In detail, The 2019 Impreza Sport was a push-to-start vehicle. Because of that, many push-to-start vehicles do not support convenient takeover. But, an ENORMIS remote start, that uses the latest software, modules and wiring will allow many push-to-start vehicles to have convenient takeover. What is takeover? That means, how do you drive the car away once it has remote started? In this case, the engine will not shut off when the door opens after a remote start command with our remote start.
If you would like a high-quality, professionally installed and reliable remote start for your vehicle, just contact the experts at ENORMIS.
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.