I would just pull the fuse for the remote starter instead of removing it. I have no idea why it started... maybe some type of radio interference glitch type of thing?
Bingo... and if it happened once, it's likely to happen again. We've suffered this problem with both garage doors & ceiling fans over the years. Most remote systems have dip switches (or some newer tech equivalent) that allows you to change frequency if you find conflicts with the current setting.something in the neighborhood on the same frequency likely initiated the starter.
good thing the wife caught it. I would disable it.
This is becoming a comedy now...sunday around 5:15 car started right up...I can't wait to see what happens today.
Thats the common reply from everyone...It was not the battery...the battery is 1 year and when the battery was shot last year, nothing happened.if it was an aftermarket remote star it could have a low battery start program. DEI remote start systems have a programmable function that will start the vehicle if battery voltage drops below a preset voltage.