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  • avatar subearu 02/23/09 9:08 pm PST

    Get a remote starter, probably the only way you'll be able to accomplish this without having to use the 2nd key to lock it (like you already know).

    Many cars do this. The FOB is essentially disabled when the vehicle is on, to prevent accidental use during driving.

    -Brian

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  • subearu 02/23/09 9:08 pm PST

    Get a remote starter, probably the only way you'll be able to accomplish this without having to use the 2nd key to lock it (like you already know).

    Many cars do this. The FOB is essentially disabled when the vehicle is on, to prevent accidental use during driving.

    -Brian

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