Subaru remote start system will not start. How to enable or to disable service mode.
In this video, I would like to show you how to get your vehicle out of service mode or how to put it in a service mode. This would work on Subaru any Subaru that has OAM remote starters. So when I got this car, where a body shop, I rebuilt the car and then I try to start the car, and this is what happens so here’s. What happens I’m gon na hit the remote start button two times and that should start the car. But first you want to make sure the car is locked, so I’m gon na I’m gon na lock it so the car is locked and then I’m gon na hit the remote Start button twice two times you can see the car honk and absolutely nothing happened. So I’m gon na try this again there’s a lot of people in forums. Don’T know what happened after service and then I hit the start button twice. I get two honks and the car doesn’t start. So I’ll show you what the fix would be. Basically, the previous owner or service department or dealership, put this vehicle in service mode. They didn’t want the vehicle to start when they were inspecting it or working on it. If you have the same issue with your car and you think, maybe something needs to be reprogrammed. You don’t have to worry about I’ll, show you how to get the vehicle out of service mode or how to put it back into a service mode.
If you were gon na work on the vehicle, so all you have to do. You’Re gon na take your key turn ignition on press and hold the brake pedal and then every time you’re gon na have to hit start button three times. Every time you press the button, it’s gon na it’s gon na it’s gon na make a chime in honk one two three then a second later another honk, so that just put the vehicle service mode. So right now, I’m gon na go outside and then went straight for you that the vehicle will start because at first I thought myself that the vehicle was something was wrong with the remote started or a hood pins, bitch, or something like that. But watch this. I locked the car hit them and now I’m gon na hit the remote start button twice one two I got a honk there you go. The car started right up: okay and I’m gon na show you how to put the vehicle back into a service mode. So the remote starter will not work we’re gon na I’m gon na turn the car off and get back inside get back inside a car. Alright, it’s the same procedure put your key in ignition turn. It on hit the brake pedal and hold the brake pedal and hit it three times. Every time. You’Re gon na hit start button, it’s gon na honk one two, three a second later it gave you three beeps.
It tells you the vehicle in service mode. So right now the remote starter will not work its deactivated and I could safely work on the car without worrying abundance tarting on its own. Sometimes a mechanic puts the keys in his pocket or something and then you know he could press the button his in his pocket and start the car. But now it won’t start I’ll demonstrate again I’m getting outside and I’m gon na lock the car three times until I hear the honk okay, now I’m gon na hit the start button. Two times see, I got two honks and not that happened. The car doesn’t start that tells us the vehicles in service mode to get it out. I’M. Gon na repeat the process. Again you get inside a car, put the key into ignition. You turn it on, but don’t start the car and then we hold obviously the brake pedal, and then you hit the remote start button three times and that’s gon na get it out of the service mode.