They can not void your warranty unless the aftermarket item caused the failure, they have to prove that not just claim it, then they can only not cover that failure, still not void the whole warranty.No it won't void the warranty, find a best buy store or a competent radio installer in your area tell them you want the basic unit.
The more complicated it is the more can go wrong, a basic starter is all you need.
There is a law protecting people who install aftermarket things to their cars, they can't void your warranty.
What if the installers made an error and it causes an electrical issue? I've seen it happen a few times which is why I kind of shy away from them.
If you have a late model Silverado I have a new remote start key fob that I bought for my 2011 Silverado this is the fob that has the remote start icon on it.I did call the place that makes that remote start, it is MPC (MyPushCart)
They have 3 versions available.
basic = You use your existing factory remote and start by pushing the lock button 3 times fast. Run time is user adjustable up to 15 minutes.
2 remote = this comes with 2 remotes that replace the factory remote and will do all of the functions of the factory remote plus the start. Run time can be set up to 30 minutes
Smart = this is controlled thru your smart phone and will give you the lock, unlock start etc as long as the both you and the car are in a place with cell coverage. This also works like the Basic model in that the factory FOB will start the car with 3 quick presses of the lock button. Run time can be set up to 30 minutes. This one comes with 1 year of cell access and it is $30 per year or $60 for 3 year service contract.
I was actually more interested in getting this for my truck than for the Trax.
You installed a second remote start on top of the existing one in your Trax 2014?
It seems crazy to me to short a car of the items people want most just to meet a certain price point.The Canadian versions of GM vehicles often come with less features than the American offerings of the same trim level. For example the LS in Canada until 2017 came with no touchscreen infotainment. While the LS in the States came with the touch screen and backup camera. I think they do this to reach a certain price point.