Remot start

Asked by Feb 19, 2017 at 07:22 AM about the 2012 Lincoln MKX FWD

Question type: General

How can I tell if my remote start was
installed in the Lincoln dealership in 2012.  
I just bought this car and I want to make
sure they didn't sell the remote starter was
raising a call back to me

7 Answers

54,625

Does it now have a remote starter and does it work?

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Yes but I want to see if it was previously in car and I just bought back my auto start

54,625

If you can get a copy of the original window sticker it may show if it had remote start when it came from the factory. Or if you like post your VIN number here and I can do some research. I could get a buddy of mine to run an OASIS report as he is the service manager at a local Ford dealership.

54,625

http://www.ford.com/services/assets/Brochure? make=Lincoln&model=MKX&year=2012&postalCode=90210

54,625

According to the above 2012 brochure remote start was standard equipment. So if Ford's Lincoln division brochure is correct the it had remote start when it was built.

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Thanks

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