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Can anyone guide me on remote start of the Bolt ( mine is a Premier, 2018) using the key fob? I have followed the user manual instructions, "press and hold lock button, then immediately press and hold the remote start button for 4 secs or until the lights respond ". The key fob is communicating with the car certainly; the lights respond to both the lock and remote start buttons. But, the car HVAC doesn't respond (the instrument panel and header unit don't boot up). I have not been able to get the Key Pass on the MyChrovelet app to work either. I am not subscribing to Onstar. Any words of wisdom are welcome.
 

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Before exiting the car (with it still running) set the HVAC to where you want it to start from when you next power up the Bolt.
In the winter, when I pull in my driveway after work I set the fan speed to 6+ and the temp to "HI" then turn off the Bolt.
The next morning I press and hold the lock button on the fob for about 4 sec... from my upstairs window I can see the amber lights under the driver side mirror flash, then I press and hold the "start" button for about four sec and again I can see the amber lights under the driver side mirror flash, then I can see the rear taillights come on. At that point I know the HVAC is running.
 

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Before exiting the car (with it still running) set the HVAC to where you want it to start from when you next power up the Bolt.
In the winter, when I pull in my driveway after work I set the fan speed to 6+ and the temp to "HI" then turn off the Bolt.
The next morning I press and hold the lock button on the fob for about 4 sec... from my upstairs window I can see the amber lights under the driver side mirror flash, then I press and hold the "start" button for about four sec and again I can see the amber lights under the driver side mirror flash, then I can see the rear taillights come on. At that point I know the HVAC is running.
Thank you!
 
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