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      04-10-2012, 09:57 PM   #1
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No brake to start for AT

I'm thinking about coding the 335 so I don't have to depress the brake in order to start the car (auto). My question is, after I do this, what happens when I want to code the car again. If I push the button, the car will start...
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I think you have to hold the button down to start it.
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It very dangerous feature to unlock as any kid can turn on the car especially if you have comfort access. I would not do this feature, but then again I have kids
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No kids or pets in the car. Just me. Plenty of times I've been outside the car and wanted to reach through the window and start it.
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Does anyone know which module it is in and which line to change?
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It very dangerous feature to unlock as any kid can turn on the car especially if you have comfort access. I would not do this feature, but then again I have kids
Good point steve was planing on doing it....

And that same thought stop me.

Safety First....
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