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KEYLESS ENTRY

WARNING

The smart key system uses Radio Frequency (RF) transmissions that could interfere with implanted medical devices. Make sure that the device is kept at a safe distance of at least 22 cm away from any transmitter. This is to avoid any possibility of interference between the system and the device. The RFs and field strengths used by the keyless entry system operate well within required medical standards for radiated emissions. In rare circumstances, interference may cause an implanted medical device to malfunction, potentially resulting in serious injury or death.

For information concerning the location of the security system transmitters, see SMART KEY SYSTEM TRANSMITTERS.

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The smart key may not be detected if it is inside a metal container, or if it is shielded by a device with a back-lit LCD screen. For example, a smartphone, a laptop or a games console. Keep the smart key clear of such devices when attempting keyless entry, keyless locking, or push button starting.

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The smart key only needs to be on the driver’s person, or in a nearby non-metallic bag or briefcase. The smart key does not need to be exposed or handled.

Keyless entry allows the vehicle to be opened if a smart key is within 2 m of the door handle or 1 m of the tailgate button.

The keyless entry sensor is located on the inner surface of the door handle. Grip and pull the door handle to open the door. The vehicle unlocks, the alarm system disarms, and the hazard warning lights will flash twice to confirm unlocking. If the power-fold mirrors are enabled, the mirrors fold out.

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When single-point entry is the current security setting and a door other than the driver’s door is opened first, all of the doors will unlock.

After entering the vehicle, and closing all of the doors, the vehicle will scan the interior for a valid smart key. If a valid smart key is not detected, the instrument panel displays the message Smart key not recognised. If this situation occurs, use a valid smart key to carry out the engine start backup procedure. See ENGINE START BACKUP.

The security system fitted to the vehicle is Thatcham category 1 approved and meets EU regulations 97/116.