I have a 2012 Subaru Outback I purchased in October 2012 with a dealer installed remote starter. Last year, a few times, I would start the car, open the doors and notice that the blue flashing light was still on, on the starter, indicating that it was still connected to the system. I had the car in to the dealer this fall and they looked at the system and ran a diagnostic, but couldn't replicate the problem. This winter it's been doing it more frequently and now does it almost every morning. It doesn't seem to do it at night though, when I'm leaving work. Basically, I remote start my car, go out and open the door - at which point the engine shuts off. I get in, shut the door and start the car with the key. The blue light on the remote fob continues to blink (or starts again, not sure which). In order to make this stop I have to turn off the engine, take the key out of the ignition, remote start the car again, then open the door so the engine cuts off. Any ideas? I don't know much about this kind of thing (my last car was a 20 yo volvo 240, no bells, no whistles) and am concerned that if I continue to drive the car while the remote is engaged that it will shut off the engine after 15 minutes, per usual, but while I'm driving. Thanks!