Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Entering the vehicle while it is running via remote start

1. Unlock the vehicle doors using the remote keyless entry system. If the vehicle’s doors are unlocked manually using the key, the vehicle’s alarm system will trigger (if the alarm system is armed prior to activating the remote engine start system) and the engine will turn off. Inserting the key into the ignition switch and turning it to the “ON” position or pressing the unlock button “on the remote keyless entry transmitter will disarm the alarm system. Refer to “Alarm
on the remote keyless entry transmitter will disarm the alarm system. Refer to “Alarm system” F2-15.

2. Enter the vehicle.

3. The engine will shut down when any door or trunk/rear gate is opened.

4. Insert the key into the ignition switch and turn to the “START” position to restart the engine.

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