MILFORD, MI – The remote vehicle startup system General Motors Corp. will begin offering on an undisclosed product in 2003 eventually may utilize OnStar or the Internet to increase the activation range, a company executive says. At rollout, the GM system will use a key fob to activate the engine. The range is limited to about 200 ft. (60 m) before performance begins to suffer, says Scott McCullough, project engineer at GM’s North American electrical center. With OnStar or a personalized ...

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