A 2019 Toyota Tacoma had power locks but no remotes. Cecilia, a west Erie resident, sent an email to ENORMIS. She did that because, she was inquiring about keyless remotes and a remote start for her husband’s 2019 Toyota Tacoma. Actually, she was picking up the brand-new truck that afternoon and wondered if we could obtain and program some keyless entry remotes and then install a remote start. Doug at ENORMIS said, “Yes, but I’ve got a better idea!”Doug quickly let Cecelia know that installing the correct ENORMIS remote start would kill two birds with one stone. In more detail, the keyless entry and remote start would be on the same remote control. That means, No need to carry two remotes!
So, Cecelia chose the Quad two-way remote start. That’s because it has 6/10 mile range, two-way confirmation, and it’s easy to use. That Toyota will never be left out in the cold with the two-way feature. Two-way confirmation? What’s that? Click here for more info. In short, the remote control will notify Cecilia that the truck is outside and the engine is actually running! In other words, no need to look outside and guess if the truck is melting ice and snow!
2019 Toyota Tacoma Gets an MECP Certified Installation
Cecelia scheduled the installation for later that afternoon. She and her husband would be available to drop off the truck for the last half of the day. MECP-certified technician Ken Whiteman performed the installation and the vehicle was ready later that afternoon.
After receiving a full demonstration of the remote start from Doug, Cecelia and her husband were ready for the convenience of keyless remote entry AND the comfort of a long-distance, high-quality two-way remote start.
If you would like the comfort and convenience of a high-quality remote start for your vehicle, just contact the electrical experts at ENORMIS Mobile Specialties in Northwest Harborcreek, Pa. By the way, we are nowhere near the great state of 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.
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