Talk to the GM dealer where the vehicle was purchased, or to another GMC dealer you may want to take the vehicle to.
+1 on OEM remote start. I hate dealing with aftermarket items like that, especially when they cause issues. Call the dealer and they can give you a price, that way you get a factory remote start designed to work with the vehicle.
Son had a remote start put on his girlfriend's new Pilot at the local stereo shop. Cost a bit over $300, works fine with it's separate remote. OEM would be my first choice but he said it was double the price on the Honda.
I would go with the t-style harness that plugs and plays into the car. It uses your factory remote, you push/hold 2 buttons to activate it even tho theres no remote start on the remote. They're fairly cheap, maybe $100-150 depending on brand. Its a pretty easy install if you can take the lower dash panels off. Im in NJ also, if you need help or an installer, let me know..
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ive seen posts but still iunclear how to instll a remote start in a 16 terrain sle2 2.4
what parts do we need and where have people gotten them installed ie bestbuy or somewhere similar im in new jersey any suggestions on places that can install a remote starter?
If you are looking at only remote start and keyless entry check out Automotive Data Solutions or "IDatalink". They have a plug and play kit (even for the 2016 I believe) that is a butter install for anybody. Plug in, connect your PC to their website, program it for the vehicle with press and click and off you go.
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