How to Use Chevy Remote Start

Man Using MyChevrolet App Remote Start

With your smartphone, you can control your phone via the mobile command center of your myChevrolet App. It has all features you need to control your vehicle whether near or far and keep you connected to the health of your vehicle. Some of the details you can explore from the application including: fuel level, tire pressure, and oil life. If you are interested in utilizing the MyChevrolet app remote start or the MyChevrolet app start not working from your Whitewater home, the team at Drive Burtness has all the service tips you need. 



MyChevrolet App Remote Start: How to Use Chevy Remote Start

When your vehicle is equipped with the factory-installed remote start system, you’ll have a remote start system connected to the MyChevrolet app on your phone. Simply connecting to the app allows you to start, stop, lock and unlock your vehicle from anywhere in Orfordville. You can also even sound the horn! Here are directions on how to use Chevy remote start:

  1. Download the MyChevrolet App and create your account by registering your vehicle.
  2. Open the app and press the Key Fob button.
  3. This will take you to the Remote Key Fob portal. The features listed here may vary, but common capabilities include locking/unlocking, remote start, and remote horn/light activation.
  4. Where available, press the Engine Start button (the button looks like a circular arrow) and enter your PIN
  5. Your lights will flash and your engine will spring to life!

MyChevrolet App Remote Start Not Working

If your MyChevrolet app remote start is not working, there are a few reasons this could be: 

  • Improper starting procedure: hit the lock button once, hold the remote start button for at least 2 seconds and keep holding until the vehicle starts.
  • Vehicle Isn’t in Park: If it isn’t working, confirm the vehicle is in park by moving it into drive and back into park (securely).
  • Too Many Start Attempts: If you’ve used the remote start twice in a short period of time, then you’ll have to insert the actual key into the ignition to restart.
  • Coolant or Oil Pressure: Remote start will be disabled if the coolant or oil pressure are too high or too low. 
  • Unlatched Hood: Firmly open and close your hood before you restart. 
  • The Key is in The Car: The vehicle won’t be started if the key is in the vehicle. 

Explore the MyChevrolet Remote Start & Other Features with Drive Burtness! 

There’s plenty of features that the MyChevrolet app can bring to your Janesville driving experience. If you have more questions about how to use your app or trouble-shooting any potential issues, then contact our service team at Drive Burtness. 


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