How do you remote start a 2016 Kia Soul?

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    And then you press and hold that for three second after that the vehicle will flash its lightsMoreAnd then you press and hold that for three second after that the vehicle will flash its lights letting you know that it's about to start and start the engine.

    How do you remote start a 2016 Kia Soul?

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    So if you opted for Kia's smart. Key system with remote start you do actually have a hidden trick toMoreSo if you opted for Kia's smart. Key system with remote start you do actually have a hidden trick to remote start your vehicle just from your key fob to do that all you do is click your lock.
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    2015 Kia Soul the remote start and keyless entry system to remote start we're gonna push the bottomMore2015 Kia Soul the remote start and keyless entry system to remote start we're gonna push the bottom button one time. Take about five seconds. You unlock button again make sure to not hit the brake.
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