Why does the remote start button not seem to work properly?

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Asked by Sep 06, 2007 at 01:31 AM about the 2007 Dodge Durango

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It is advertised to cool and heat your car before you get in.  I have made sure the air is on when I turn the car off.  When I remote start it up the air is not on and I have to put the key in and turn it.  I have read the owner's manual over and over.  Any ideas?

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Hi Celeste ... I can't recall hearing that AC is disabled on a remote start in any vehicle, and I can't imagine why it would be in your Durago. If the AC comes on when you start the car that may make it a "feature" but I can't imagine it. Try making sure your AC is running when you turn the car off and then try the remote start and see if the AC is cut off. Or talk to your sales person at your dealership. He should be happy to drive out and demonstrate for you. Good luck!

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