So they are bypassing the clutch depressed requirement? It's doable but I am surprised Hyundai would agree to assume that liability.
Have a remote start on my N.So before I purchased my N the other day I directly asked if it would have remote start with the Blue Link. The dealer told me "yes it does". I know now that this is incorrect and the Blue Link will not start the car however, the dealer has agreed to pay to have an aftermarket remote start installed on my N.
Does anyone know if there is a wiring harness available or do any of you have an after market remote start on your N? If so what brand/part number is it?
I saw that on the FB group. I wish someone had figured it out last year. What brand and model remote start did you end up going with?
There is no remote starter for the Veloster N in BlueLink or otherwise aftermarket. The clutch has to be depressed for the interlink to engage the starter. It can't be installed after the fact, as it's controlled by the ECU/BCM.We are in the same boat my guy... they swear the blue link auto start works and of course it’s a free trial service in which I will not be using after it ends. I only use the app to double check the door locks.. would be nice to start it up and have the exhaust open but you do need to depress the clutch in order to start the engine as previously stated..
Sure you do!
Sir, what kind of device are you using? Thank you.
Compustar systems are compatible with many manual transmission or standard vehicles. Any remotes from our Pro or Prime series paired up with a Compustar remote start control module will work. However, the LT series products will not function on a manual transmission vehicle.