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How do i activate pit stop mode with factory fob and drone mobile

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I've got a 2010 Acura TSX and I've installed the EVO ONE with Drone Mobile. How can I activate pit stop mode? I tried pressing the lock button 3x on my factory fob while the key is in and engine is running. Normally I start my car either with drone mobile or the 3x lock on my factory fob.


Please help. I find myself making a lot "pit stops" where I could really use this feature. Like getting the mail (with my mail key on my car keys)


asked Aug 11, 2017 in Acura by vince vacca (160 points)

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When you press the lock button when the key is in the ignition and the engine is runnig does the blue led on the evo flash once?

As far as the drone goes does it offer a pit stop mode?
answered Aug 11, 2017 by Derek (182,240 points)
It does not flash blue when the engine is running. Only when the engine is off will it flash blue when pressing lock from the factory fob


thanks for your reply!
Also no the drone mobile doesn't have any pit stop feature that I'm aware of. Only start lock unlock trunk and aux 1 and aux 2
So when the vehicle is running normally the OEM remote is not read (this is normal) meaning you cant use the 3x lock to enable pit stop mode.

If the drone mobile does not support a pit stop mode the only other way around it would be to use an RF kit (aftermarket remotes and antenna) to enable pit stop mode.
Aw man.. my drone mobile unit is using the RF port. So there's no way to activate pit stop mode with my current setup?
If the drone does not support pit stop mode then unfortunately no with your current set up it is not possible.
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Could you please try sending a start command via the drone app with the door open and tell me if that lets you remove the vehicle's keys from the ignition and the vehicle stays running.


Thank you,
answered Aug 11, 2017 by Rico (54,260 points)
I tried but drone mobile just says "sorry something went wrong"


thanks for your reply!