ok ive got a good one...... 1996 Chevy Tahoe 5.7L V8 Automatic
leaning against he counter in kitchen cutting cake and my truck jsut starts up out of no where i go outside doors are locked... remote allows me to unlock doors. Then put key in and it makes the terrible sound of restarting, once i touch the brake it just shuts off.... remote doesnt have a automatic start so could someone elses auto start set mine off... any input will be greatly appreciated.
thanks in advance nate
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oh, this is an easy one, you ever watch the movie maximum overdrive??
never seen it...
as for it automatically starting, it is feasible that it could be a crossed frequency....
Badass movie :rock:
Does your car have an autostart feature? If so, it could be. I've always
wanted to homebrew my own master remote that will broadcast on the entire
freq. range with codes for many of the autostart systems.
I just haven't had time to research and build such a remote, I've seen some specs on the net however. Just always thought it would be fun to go to Walmart on a saturday and start as many cars as I can, and then watch people's faces when they come to their car.
as far as i know the truck does not have a auto start installed. where are the most likely places for a auto start to be located.
I think it's the electric system, cause I had this old TV, probably made in the early 80's, about 3 years ago. It would turn itself on and off all the time. Annoying as crap too cause that's I had my video games on. :banghead:
ya know it would have been nice of the dealer to have told me that a remote start was installed on the truck.... one week old an di thought it was tripping out.
a '96 has a remote start?? Who the heck would put a remote start on a '96 Tahoe?
thats strange that you have remote start but no remote
probably got it from an auction repo or stolen
lol so true, does yer truck have a goblin face on the front by chance? :orglaugh: :orglaugh: :orglaugh: