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Old 01-01-2017, 11:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road with the keyless entry and push button start.

How in the mad fuck can I lock it with the engine running?

I tried to warm it up in the hotel parking lot this morning and I can find no way to lock it with the engine running.

Touch the door handle and you just get a long beeeeeep!

Manual locking just unlocks 1 second after being employed. Kinda like a useless box.

Key fob won't even make the beep.

What The Fuck?
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Did you try the door after pressing the fob? I can lock my Ford with the fob while running, it doesn't flash/beep but it locks.
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Did you try the door after pressing the fob? I can lock my Ford with the fob while running, it doesn't flash/beep but it locks.
I did.

The drivers side wouldn't work anyway as it unlocks as soon as you grab the handle.

Tried the passenger side too and no luck.

I then peered in like a thief to verify it wasn't working.
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From a quick google search it seems the Toyota method is to
1: open the driverside window
2: close door
3: lock door
4: use 1 touch close on window (don't get arm stuck)
5: use key to get back in
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Old 01-01-2017, 12:13 PM   #5 (permalink)
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From a quick google search it seems the Toyota method is to
1: open the driverside window
2: close door
3: lock door
4: use 1 touch close on window (don't get arm stuck)
5: use key to get back in
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Old 01-01-2017, 12:16 PM   #7 (permalink)
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install a remote start? most of them lock doors then start engine all from the comfort of your living room
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From a quick google search it seems the Toyota method is to
1: open the driverside window
2: close door
3: lock door
4: use 1 touch close on window (don't get arm stuck)
5: use key to get back in
As cool as That sounds it still won't work.

You would have to leave the key fob inside. The truck won't lock with the key fob inside.

You also have to press the brake to start it.

Maybe if I had a big stick to press the brake pedal.

That being said.... I'll give it a try.
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Old 01-01-2017, 12:28 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Heated seats solve warm up issues... surely it has heated seats?

Valet? Let the valet warm it up for you?


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As cool as That sounds it still won't work.

You would have to leave the key fob inside. The truck won't lock with the key fob inside.

You also have to press the brake to start it.

Maybe if I had a big stick to press the brake pedal.

That being said.... I'll give it a try.
Make sure its on video incase you get your arm stuck.
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install a remote start? most of them lock doors then start engine all from the comfort of your living room
If I was in my living room I wouldn't need any of that shit. The truck would be in the warm garage with no city thugs around.

The remote start is something I would like to have but it doesn't come as an option. I'm not sure I want the dude from best buy fucking with my wiring harness just yet.
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Nope. No heated seats.

Damn I miss my Land Rover in the winter.
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Old 01-01-2017, 12:38 PM   #13 (permalink)
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As cool as That sounds it still won't work.

You would have to leave the key fob inside. The truck won't lock with the key fob inside.

You also have to press the brake to start it.

Maybe if I had a big stick to press the brake pedal.

That being said.... I'll give it a try.
It will lock from the inside with the key fob inside.
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I keep a separate key. Use one key to start vehicle and then close doors. Lock with second key. Let vehicle warm up while enjoying coffee in the warm building. Use the same second key to unlock door and drive away with first key still in the ignition and second key in your pocket or ash tray.
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The factory version sounds pretty cool but I'm sure it comes with a

"When the weather outside is frightful, your Toyota’s interior can be delightful when you have a Genuine Toyota remote engine starter. You use your Smart Key fob to start or stop the engine, and once the preset air conditioner, heater, defogger, defroster, and temperature settings are all activated, the engine starts. When all the interior conditions suit you, you can have a seat behind the while and drive away."
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Old 01-01-2017, 01:03 PM   #16 (permalink)
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From a quick google search it seems the Toyota method is to
1: open the driverside window
2: close door
3: lock door
4: use 1 touch close on window (don't get arm stuck)
5: use key to get back in
Holy Shit! That actually worked. Beers to you.

I had the wife come down to the garage with the extra fob. Rolled down both windows cause I'm cautious that way. Put the fob on the p-side seat and started her up from inside. The truck not the wife(no need to get the wife started on anything)

Rolled the window up which is slow but not Land Rover slow. Tried the key for the first time and... Bingo I'm in.

It seems like a bad idea however.

Before If it got stolen they would only go until the shut it off. After that...paper weight...

With the fob in it they would effectively own it.
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They don't offer a damn remote start?!?!

WTF?

Just go get one installed, and not from Best Buy but from a real shop. Spend the $300 or whatever and make it happen.
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I keep a separate key. Use one key to start vehicle and then close doors. Lock with second key. Let vehicle warm up while enjoying coffee in the warm building. Use the same second key to unlock door and drive away with first key still in the ignition and second key in your pocket or ash tray.
Keys are soooo 2015ish.

Wait... You use a key to start your vehicle??

I wish I still had keys. It was a simpler world.
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You shouldn't have to leave the fob inside, lock the door then put the fob in your pocket before closing the window.
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You shouldn't have to leave the fob inside, lock the door then put the fob in your pocket before closing the window.
This is what doesn't make sense. If I have the key fob on my person. Why climb through the widows and jump through the hoops?

I mean couldn't I just leave it in my pocket the whole time?

Maybe from now on I will just leave the rear slider unlocked and get in through there.
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Try leaving it running with the fob in your wifes pocket and have her walk away. Does it stay running or die? If it stays running see how far you can get with it without fob, then call wife to come to your rescue!
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May sound stupid but it works for us.
I use an Extension cord and a small ceramic heater to heat the wife's car in the winter.
Last year we had a couple of days down to 10 degrees
Wife had no problems unplugging and going.
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Old 01-01-2017, 02:32 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I never understood the whole remote start and let the truck idle to warm thing anyway. Just get an Espar Hydronic heater installed and have that running to warm up the trucks heater circuit and the engine to an extend where you wouldn't start a cold engine.
Ok, an Espar can't cool the truck with the A/C, but you could anyway have the HVAC fan running with it.
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Fortin's site lists an Evo all as recommended solution for your year, but no T harness (lockx3 is supported though/start by pressing the lock button 3x on factory remote) Doesn't look too bad to install, but I've never installed that exact truck.
It looks like it also needs a remote start brain too. Searching on my phone so I'm not able to get a good look at the diagram

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install a remote start? most of them lock doors then start engine all from the comfort of your living room
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As cool as That sounds it still won't work.

You would have to leave the key fob inside. The truck won't lock with the key fob inside.

You also have to press the brake to start it.

Maybe if I had a big stick to press the brake pedal.

That being said.... I'll give it a try.
Start engine

Open passenger door.

Reach across from passenger side, manually lock drivers door.

Manually lock and close passenger door.
( you may have to have fob a distance from truck )
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