DEARBORN, MI – As remote keyless entry (RKE) and engine starting systems become available on an increasing number of production vehicles, Lear Corp. is aiming to significantly improve their comfort and convenience benefits with its next-generation 2-way RKE system. Unlike most key fobs, which feature only lock, unlock, accessory (trunk/hatch) and panic-mode controls, Lear’s new RKE system utilizes advanced radio frequency technology to remotely start the vehicle’s engine and regulate its ...
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