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Discussion in 'Kia Stinger Talk' started by corradoMR2, Jan 21, 2018.
Newer cars, newer laws. A trick around it might be to remove the cap that’s covering the key hole on the drivers door, then use the physical key to lock the door. I seen some people on YouTube do that with earlier push start cars to keep the car running and doors locked.
I just accept that the days of leaving a car running with the doors locked (and nobody inside) are gone. Just turn the damn thing off and restart it. What's the big deal?
I use remote start. I was just saying that it isn’t just a problem with just KIA and Hyundai.
yup, thats where I leave it til it warms up around here.......kia wants all the ecu's that are being replaced, btw.(2.0 only ?)
Found that the ISG (Idle Stop and Go) behaves differently with Auto Hold on or off. I'm in the minority by not minding ISG (Idle Stop and Go) on the Stinger, in direct contrast to a couple of high-end Mercedes I have driven a fair amount.
With AH enabled, however, I STRONGLY dislike how ISG (Idle Stop and Go) requires throttle input before firing back up.
First time I used AH was yesterday, after 2700miles ownership, so....
So how would you like it to work with auto hold enabled (where you DON’T have your foot on the brake)?
It isn’t clairvoyant. So of course it will start up only when you apply throttle.
Yes. I prefer to drive using auto hold. And the feature and ISG (Idle Stop and Go) do not work well together, to say the least. My use of auto hold is the main reason I do not every ISG (Idle Stop and Go).
It's not a smooth transition, sort of a sequential thing instead of just GO.
Of course you're right, I guess it was more of a comment as to why I personally don't find ISG (Idle Stop and Go) annoying - I never use Auto Hold. I guess the Merc's I drove have AH by default, hence the delay. I see no point to AH - probably because I grew up on stick shift.
I like AH for waiting in drive through and at long lights. Lol.
I never had all this fancy stuff in past cars so I guess I’m not annoyed yet (IS&G). Maybe in a year it will tick me off lol.
My fanciest stuff in my last vehicle was automatic hatch release from the dash. But it was broken. I didn't even have automatic windows. My granddaughter asked how to roll down my windows; she had never seen a rolly handle before.
It didn't take me longer than a couple of weeks in the Stinger to get thoroughly annoyed at ISG (Idle Stop and Go).
So your driving down the road, it's quite cold outside, you rest your hand on the window control buttons, and lo an behold a cool breeze flows thru the buttons on to your hand..........HOW?!
Snowman fart? Lol
Seriously tho, have you taken your door cards off for any reason?
No, which is why I posted here.....it's not heated air but cool....so I know it isn't blown in from the heat system.........I'm gonna check the hinges and grommets for the electrics tomorrow.
I'm glad I tried this with the window down ( know there is a keyed entry).
But I tried to lock the ca while running with the fob in the car and using the soare fob,,,,,,no can do, but you can lock the car with the button on the door but it will not open with the spare fob.........I need a remote start thats all there is to it......
Only had the Stinger a few weeks, unlocked the passenger door, (LHS) , put the fob on the passenger seat and closed the door, it locked itself with the fob inside. Luckily I was home and could get the spare fob and open the door. Weird! I've tried to replicate the problem but it acts normal. Could have been a big problem if I was a long way from home.
That’s concerning.....and very odd. Before getting the spare fob did you try the doors, hatch etc? Did it make any noise when locking, apart from “thunk”.?