I have a 1500W inverter to connect to my Bolt's 12V battery as a power source for my fridge and gas furnace during a power outage. Is there a way to disable this automatic vehicle shutdown?Page 205 of the owners manual....
"If the vehicle is left in P (Park) while
running and the RKE transmitter is
inside, the vehicle will run for two
hours. At the end of the second
hour, the vehicle will turn off.
The timer will reset if the vehicle is
taken out of P (Park) while it is
Sit in the car and contemplate existence. A sack of potatoes might work as well, and who knows might discover a better philosophy to boot.I have a 1500W inverter to connect to my Bolt's 12V battery as a power source for my fridge and gas furnace during a power outage. Is there a way to disable this automatic vehicle shutdown?
Not if you have my kids and tried everything you can to just get them a little needed sleep (one of them is at 5th percentile). I guess I can drive around for an hour in the old van, though the risk of us involved in an accident is much much higher than having them sleeping in an enclosed attached garage with video monitors.Yeah, I guess it depends on the age of the kids but a lot of bad things can happen in a car that's on with children inside unattended. Just because there are no fumes, doesn't make it any less dangerous. Sorry to be such a downer but it's potentially unsafe... Why take the chance?