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Use Push Button Start

Step 1: If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, in order to start the engine, shift your vehicle into the Park or Neutral position. In case of a manual transmission, shift the vehicle into neutral.

Step 2: Press down on the brake pedal.

Step 3: Press the push button start until a green indicator light turns on. Let the engine idle for about 10-20 seconds after starting.

Stopping the Engine

Step 1: To stop/kill the engine, shift the automatic transmission back into Park or neutral. For a vehicle with manual transmission, shift into neutral.

Step 2: Firmly push the ‘push button start’ to turn off the vehicle’s engine. The indicator light turns off, telling the driver that the engine has been shut off.

How to start the engine with a dead key fob battery

Step 1: Take the remote/fob in your hand and place it on the sensing area on the vehicle’s windshield. There is a passive sensor chip inside the remote/fob and the car will automatically unlock.

Step 2: For an automatic transmission, shift your vehicle into the Park or Neutral position. In case of a manual transmission shift the vehicle into neutral.

Step 3: Press the brake pedal, for an automatic transmission. In case of a manual transmission, shift the vehicle into neutral mode.

Step 4: Press the Start/Stop engine (push button start) to start the engine.

Useful tips:

  • To reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, when you park your vehicle in enclosed spaces, make sure your car’s engine is off before getting out of your car.
  • In case of a manual transmission, make sure your vehicle is shifted into neutral.
  • If your car has an automatic transmission, shift your vehicle into the Park or Neutral position.