The remote start will be covered by the maker. The installation and any collateral damage will be covered by the installer. Anything that stops functioning or is damaged when it is installed will not be covered by Kia. However, if you have a Kia dealer install a Kia remote start, then every thing is covered under the factory warranty.ootipsyoo said:i might going to put remote starter in my forte
if i install remote starter is warranty still coverd or not?
i was wondering... if warranty still good im going to do it!
but if warranty wont work anymore i wont get it!
so let me know ppl
what yall thinking!!
i'm looking at one for my truck ~$130 with full installation and everything its no slouch either. full start/stop, lock/unlock, and tailgate releasemdj1281 said:I had the remote start installed by my dealership. Extra $20/month on the lease. I did it for the same reason mschiavoni said, fully dealer backed.
In hindsight wish I just did it on my own without the dealership's help. ($20/mo * 36mos = $720.00... that's an expensive autostart/alarm)