It could be circuit board. I had similar problem with Chrysler car .I have a 2019 Forester that just started itself multiple times while sitting in a garage. This happened at four times that I know of. It begins with a beep, then starts. Run's for about a minute before shutting itself off. Couple of minutes later it repeated. I moved the key fob's at least 50 ft away and it still happened. I had to disconnect the battery to stop it. What could cause this?
WOW ! One safety concern after another !!!! SO FAR ... this is the only issue I've seen here on this Forum that I have NOT experienced ... but maybe that is because I pulled that fuse a year ago to reduce dead-battery "dark-current" ... and I had an after-market remote-start added at my SUbaru dealer when I bought it. As such, it ( a DEI dealer recommended after-market type) has always worked when I wanted ... and has not tried to take my SUbaru back all by itself ! But maybe that is because I also carry a Garage Opener Remote in mine ... instead of having the Garage programmed thru StarJinx !!!!!No biggie, even if the running car fills your home with carbon monoxide.
One of the first auto start/auto drive systems (which was fitted to an 80’s era Pontiac Trans Am), had numerous command problems.Might have to start locking the garage door
I think you essentially have proof your car's VIN was registered to a different owner, by another dealer or perhaps your dealer. Another dealer could have had the car on their lot before transferring it and still have the VIN listed somewhere. Subaru cannot just blindly trust that the dealer who made the mistake is now correct. The other owner is probably trying to start the car and assuming that the system just doesn't work, and no one has yet noticed that the VIN on their Starlink account is incorrect.Update, Still trying to resolve the account issue. Have not been able to register the VIN or create an account at Mysubaru. I think I am making progress. Evidently Subaru doesn't trust their Dealerships. My dealership has been trying to fix the problem without success. Today I finally contacted Subaru support directly and had to send documents to them for proof of ownership. This still could not resolve the issue yet, said it is going to take a few day's. It is amazing to me that no one seems to have the authority or ability to fix this problem. I can't imagine what will happen when the cars are self driving. Might have to start locking the garage door