Nope. Wish it did. My old Black Widow RKE had that feature and I used it sometimes, especially on really hot days. It had a timer that I could set for 15, 20, or 30 minutes. If you got in and touched the brakes before turning the key on it would kill the engine. So would popping the hood. And with shift interlock you have to step on the brakes to shift out of P so it pretty much guaranteed nobody could steal it without another key.
'11 LTZ, born Aug 2010, Fairfax, KS
V6/A6, Red Jewel Tintcoat / Cocoa-Cashmere, Sunroof
Mods: WeatherTech mats, CHMSL Pulser
@Malibu25, on page 2-5 of the 2011 Chevrolet Malibu owner's manual I have found the following information:
"Your vehicle may have a remote starting feature that allows you to start the engine from outside the vehicle. It may also start the vehicle's heating or air conditioning systems and rear window defogger. When the remote start system is active and the vehicle has an
automatic climate control system, it will automatically regulate the inside temperature. Normal operation of these systems will return after the ignition key is turned to ON/RUN."
Please, let me know if you need other information about this.
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