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Hey everyone! Has anyone else noticed that a
the palisade, when started remotely, will turn off if the driver or front passenger side door is opened and closed, and the key fob isn’t in the vehicle?

I can probably find a way to make sense of this from a driver only viewpoint, but when you’re loading up the car full of passengers, but the driver hasn’t entered the vehicle yet, this is kind of annoying.
 

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I can second this. The only way I knew of to keep the engine running is to leave the key inside the car after opening the door, then go about loading up kids / passengers. I can't think of any reasonable explanation why it would behave that way.
 

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The car always remains locked after a remote start. You'd need to then approach and unlock it with the key fob. After that there's basically no difference between a manual start vs remote start. (How the car was started is irrelevant at this point). It'd be at this same state from a manual start, with the driver getting back out of the car to help passengers with the key in his pocket.

The engine is running, doors can be opened to load passengers. However as soon as you close a door, it'd shut off. It led to an annoying situation of the passengers sitting inside a closed vehicle without AC, then you'd need to run to the driver side and start it back up again.
 

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I have had three Genesis vehicles with Connected services/Blue Link, all of them exhibited the same behavior.
The work around that I found, if you open the driver door first, tap the brake once, then close door, it will keep running.
I am guessing this method should also work in Palisade in the same way.
Hope this helps...
 

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this is probably to prevent a stranger from stealing a car that is remotely started without the key inside ?
Doors are locked when you start it up, although I suppose you could unlock it after it's started and not be present. But yeah, I'd think locking the doors (or keeping them locked until you're near the car) is the solution to preventing theft. If not, then it should turn the car off if the key fob isn't present when the accelerator is pushed for something.
 

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Did some more googling and it sounds like lots of manufacturers do this. For some it's worse, in that the car turns off as soon as any door is opened, regardless of if the key fob is present or not. Check this video out of a VW:

I still think it's dumb. :)
 

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Yep, this happens when loading the kids in the car. I put 1 kid in on one side and it turns off on my way to put the other kid in on the other side.
 

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hmmm. this the same as the Sienna we had, it is very annoying :(. hope there is an option on the palisade to keep it on. can they program the computer?

we like our qx60, keeps the engine running for 10mins even when you unlock the car and open any door. then you have to press the brake and push the engine start button so you can drive the car.
 

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hmmm. this the same as the Sienna we had, it is very annoying :(. hope there is an option on the palisade to keep it on. can they program the computer?

we like our qx60, keeps the engine running for 10mins even when you unlock the car and open any door. then you have to press the brake and push the engine start button so you can drive the car.
Yes same, I also had a QX60 that kept it on until I pressed the engine button. Very annoying the Palisade cuts off. But yes as stated above I noticed the one time I openeded the drivers door and placed my purse on the seat if stayed on.
 

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Hey everyone! Has anyone else noticed that a
the palisade, when started remotely, will turn off if the driver or front passenger side door is opened and closed, and the key fob isn’t in the vehicle?

I can probably find a way to make sense of this from a driver only viewpoint, but when you’re loading up the car full of passengers, but the driver hasn’t entered the vehicle yet, this is kind of annoying.
So u can set the remote start Engine Time on the Hyundai Bluelink App. I tested with adjusted times for 7 mins and 2 mins via the app, car shut off at the 2 min and 7 min mark. Then I tried it with the Key FOB and SUCCESSSSS. You need to adjust the engine time via Hyundai Bluelink APP.. Hopes this helps. We get bluelink for free for 3 yrs.

So i did open and close the front passenger door and it shut off prior to the 2 min mark. DId it again for the back door and it shut off within 15 seconds. So my guess is once you UNLOCK from the FOB (to load kids, or front passenger gets in) the key will still have to be near the ignition.
 
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