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SINGLE LOCKING

WARNING

When exiting the vehicle, always make sure of the following to protect the safety of those inside and outside the vehicle. Park (P) is selected. The electric motor is switched off. The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied. The smart key is removed from the vehicle. Failure to do so may lead to serious injuries or death.

CAUTION

No modifications or additions should be made to the security system. Such changes could cause the system to malfunction.

NOTES

The single locking setting should be used in circumstances when pets remain in the vehicle, or if a window must be left open.

NOTES

Always secure the vehicle when left unattended. Where possible, always secure the vehicle to the maximum available level of security.

NOTES

In some markets, the full alarm system, including the alarm sensors, is armed when the vehicle is single locked. The alarm sensors can be enabled and disabled, for one alarm cycle only, via the Vehicle settings menu. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.

Briefly press the lock button on the smart key to lock the vehicle and arm the perimetric alarm. The hazard warning lights flash to confirm.

Before attempting to lock the vehicle, always make sure of the following:

  • The vehicle’s electrical system is switched off.

  • All of the doors, the windows, the bonnet, and the tailgate are closed correctly.

Single locking secures the vehicle and prevents the doors from being opened from the outside. The doors may still be unlocked and opened from inside the vehicle.

Once armed, the alarm activates if:

  • The bonnet, tailgate, or a door is opened.

  • The START/STOP button is pressed without a valid smart key present.

  • The vehicle's 12V battery is disconnected.

  • An attempt is made to disconnect the battery back-up sounder.