Originally Posted by auskip07
I do have to say. You will never accidently turn it off/on. I have done that with the key fob before on other vehicles. It does make more sense to make it a more complicated process. Its really one and done. Cant argue with the logic.
Yeah, I had a Ford years ago that the keys would press the buttons while the fob was in my pocket. I just don't understand the "Put the key in the ignition. Turn it on/off 6 times. Hold your breath for 20 seconds. Run around the car 4 times while patting your head and rubbing your belly etc" for simple fixes.