Originally Posted by Noodles
I was referring to the dealer service info, but using it as an example of how new high end
anti theft measures MB has used over the last few years make a remote starter impossible to install without compromising the truck's security.
Maybe,...in what way?
As for this remote start,,..I feel it has more security, when pushing down the break pedal engine quits.
I really don't like it because it needs to be started again.
I do think that it's a very complex system heaving it in the MB.
When talking to the dealer before the purchase of vehicle, they said that it's not a problem anymore with the newer vehicles, the way they explained it,..
the system they put in is separate from the vehicle's electronic,..thus not making any interference and safe to put in,...installed all in house!
As it turned out later when questioning the faulty starter, they said it was installed by
Ziebart [other business].
I feel now that I've been tricked into the purchase,....them making an extra dollar out of me. That talk was a good sales pitch and not so much the truth.
What would be my legal right's when this can't be resolved?
Take it out and money back?? And let the dealer handle this.