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To prevent accidental or unauthorised operation, never leave the smart key unattended in the vehicle. Never leave children or animals unattended in the vehicle. The vehicle can be operated when the smart key remains inside the vehicle.


Do not expose the smart key to extremes of heat, dust, or humidity. Do not allow the smart key to come into contact with fluids. Do not leave the smart key exposed to direct sunlight as sunlight may cause damage.


The instrument panel will warn if the smart key battery is depleted. If a 'Smart key low battery' warning is displayed, replace the batteries in all of the smart keys simultaneously. Replacing all smart key batteries simultaneously avoids permanent damage to the smart keys.


The Radio Frequency (RF) used by the smart key may be used by other devices, e.g., medical equipment. Use of other RF-emitting devices may prevent the smart key from operating correctly.

The emergency key blade number is recorded on an attached label. Peel off the label and store it securely away from the vehicle.

The operational range of the smart key depends on atmospheric conditions and interference from other transmitting devices.