Car remote starts are a convenient feature that allow you to start your car remotely from a distance, using a remote control or a smartphone app. This can be especially useful in the winter, when you can pre-heat your car and de-ice the windows before getting inside. Similarly, a car remote start can be used to cool the car down on hot summer days.
To use a car remote start, you’ll need to have a compatible car and a remote start system installed. Many newer cars come with a built-in remote start feature, while older cars may require an aftermarket system to be installed.
Once the system is installed, you can use the remote control or app to start the car from a distance. The car will turn on and run for a set amount of time, allowing you to warm up or cool down the interior before getting in.
Car remote starts can be especially useful for those who live in extreme climates and want to be comfortable as soon as they get in their car. They can also be a convenient way to remotely start your car if you’re running late or don’t want to go outside in inclement weather.
Overall, car remote starts are a convenient and useful feature that can make your driving experience more comfortable and enjoyable.
Put an alarm in a 2008 CHEVY EXPRESS or 2010 GMC SAVANNA (same van)
Also show you how to wire a backup camera and where to grab your reverse light wires without going to the back of the truck
In this video, we show you how to install a car alarm to protect the contents of your Box Van. Towards the end of the video, we also show you how to install a backup camera and how to wire it easily for power and reverse lights. 2 Vans are featured, an Express and a Savannah. One of them had factory power doorlock, one did not. We show you where to tap the power doorlock wires to interface with the new car security system in the video.