Push Button Start: Everything you need to know

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Push Button Start:

This Simplifies turning your car on and off by employing a key fob unique to you. But it won’t start your engine if the brake isn’t applied or the gear isn’t within the park.

 

How to use it?

1. Remember Key Fob. Make sure the key fob is inside the vehicle with you.
2. Step on Brake. Step on and hold the brake.
3. Push and Hold the Engine’s Start/Stop Button. Push and hold the engine start button until the engine starts or shuts off.

 

The Technology Behind It:

This feature uses a singular signal from a key fob to activate only when your key fob is on or within some feet of you. Only the signal from your key fob will allow you to turn on your car with a push-button start.

 

What do I do if I just want to turn on my radio?

Push-button start is meant to figure similarly to employing a traditional key ignition; you’ll activate specific features by quickly pressing your push-button start without holding it and without your foot on the brake. Check your owner’s manual for information on what percentage pushes activate which features of the car.
One can think about a push-button start like this. With each press of the button, it’s like turning a key one position at a time. With the foot off the brake, one-touch activate the radio. Another touch activates the dash and other accessories. Push it again and everything turns off.

 

How does a push-button start work?

The only real difference between a push-button start system and a standard keyed ignition is that you simply don’t need a key to shut the circuit on the ignition. The button does that. Pushing the button does the identical thing that turning the key does. The fob is the beauty behind the system, which ensures that only you’ll start the car.

 

Potential Problems:

There are some issues with push-button start systems, though. as an example, the fob is far from inside the car during operation and it’ll not affect operation. The engine will keep right running until the car runs out of gas. Another potential issue is that the indisputable fact that the car will be shut off while still in drive, which suggests that it’s going to roll accidentally if you were to induce out of the car without applying the hand brake.

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