- Genesis Model Year
- Genesis Model Type
- Genesis G80
That is ridiculous! With an aftermarket starter it would be running in 10 to 15 seconds. Both have advantages and disadvantages but there are times that 2 minutes is significant.I just tried this out and while it "worked", it's ridiculous!
Went to the garage to make sure car was unlocked. In Settings, the setting to lock the car if it's unlocked when remote starting was checked.
Used app to start car. Mine typically takes 40 seconds to respond but after 40 seconds nothing happened. The app reported that I still had a pending start, so I canceled it.
I tried the command again, and this time I waited. Again after 40 seconds nothing happened, but continued to wait. 40 seconds later I heard the doors lock! ... But no start. Phone still showed a pending start, but I canceled it again.
Then I started thinking maybe it's doing it in three stages, so I tried it all again (had to unlock the car to restart test) without cancellation. Sure enough!
- After 40 seconds nothing happened.
- After another 40 seconds the doors locked.
- After another 40 seconds the car started!
So it takes a full 2 minutes to start your car if the doors are unlocked. I never leave them unlocked unless the car is in the garage.