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Old 04-08-2009, 07:12 PM   #15
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Transmissions:
MXO Transmission, Automatic 6 Speed $995.00
MXO Transmission, Automatic 6 Speed &2LT or 2SS $1,185.00

Extra cost is for Remote start.
You can not get remote start on a 1SS
You can get remote start on a 1LT if you choose the Convenience and Connectivity Package (SRJ)
Maybe I'm just clueless... but what does starting a car and letting it idle while it's already in "Park" before you get into it have to do with the Transmission?
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:41 AM   #16
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If the Convenience and Connectivity Package is a standard option once you upgrade to the 2SS, then why would it be tacked onto the price of the transmission?
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:57 AM   #17
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If the Convenience and Connectivity Package is a standard option once you upgrade to the 2SS, then why would it be tacked onto the price of the transmission?
Think of it as a $200 discount for the 2SS & 2LT stick shift buyers who don't get the whole Convenience and Connectivity Package (no remote start).
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Old 04-09-2009, 02:07 AM   #18
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Maybe I'm just clueless... but what does starting a car and letting it idle while it's already in "Park" before you get into it have to do with the Transmission?
No automaker will offer remote start with a stick shift because sooner or later someone is going to hit the start button while the car is in gear and kill or maim someone. And I bet there is a law (or five) against it.

I imagine that in the 2040s some of these cars might be old and busted enough that the keys can be removed in park and started in drive. But I also know that autos creep pretty slowly on the starter motor and I bet the ECM is programed to kill the starter and slam on the brakes if it starts to move while being remote started.
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Old 04-09-2009, 03:55 AM   #19
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No automaker will offer remote start with a stick shift because sooner or later someone is going to hit the start button while the car is in gear and kill or maim someone. And I bet there is a law (or five) against it.

I imagine that in the 2040s some of these cars might be old and busted enough that the keys can be removed in park and started in drive. But I also know that autos creep pretty slowly on the starter motor and I bet the ECM is programed to kill the starter and slam on the brakes if it starts to move while being remote started.
Ahhhhhhh dude, you're right.

Now that I think about it... that's wiggity wiggity wiggity whack!!
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