Posted 30 January 2012 - 05:04 PM
Don't know if this information will be relevant to the discussion above, since it is over one year after the last entry.
My 2011 manual states that when the time extension is performed, the first time period (10 minutes) will immediately expire and the second 10 minute time period will start.
Meaning, that if the remote start has been running for 5 minutes and you perform an extension, the total time will be 15 minutes. If you let it run till 9 minutes has elapsed and do another remote start, it will run for 19 minutes.
And, you can only perform two remotre starts per ingnition cycles, meaning you must insert the key and turn the ignition on and back off before an additional remote start procedure can be accomplished.
That sort of defeats the purpose of being able to remotely start the vehicle!