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Seek qualified assistance if the vehicle has been in a recent collision and the electric motor fails to enable when the START/STOP button is pressed. Damage to the vehicle may have occurred.

If the electric motor fails to enable, and a valid smart key is inside the vehicle, a check must be made to determine the cause. To do this:

  1. Enable the vehicle's electrical system. See ENABLING THE VEHICLE'S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.

  2. Check the instrument panel for any illuminated warning lamps and messages. Seek qualified assistance, if necessary.

  3. Switch off the vehicle's electrical system.

Alternatively, if the electric motor fails to enable, the alarm system may need to be reset. To reset the alarm system, lock and unlock the vehicle.

If the electric motor still fails to enable, consult a retailer/authorised repairer.