Remote Start- Then Disconnecting Charger
Perhaps this information was already covered somewhere in this forum, but I can't seem to find it. I also checked the owner's manual and it is not clear there either.
Let's say I have the Volt hooked-up to a 220V charger, then do a remote start to cool the cabin. What steps do you take when you are ready to drive off?
If I just disconnect the charger from the Volt's port, it freaks out and honks/flashes even if I am right next to it with the RKE in my pocket. I know the honking/flashing is designed to scare-off anyone tampering with the car and alert the owner that the charge has been interrupted, but I must be missing some step for a legit disconnect when the car is "running".
It seems counter-intuitive to have the turn the car off, then disconnect, then turn it on again- so that cant be it, right? Is there an RKE button to push? A secret word or incantation?
2012 Chevy Volt #4471
Cyber Gray Metallic
Back-Up Camera/Proximity Sensors
Driver has big smile on face most of the time