LOCKS AND ALARM. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

LOCKS AND ALARM. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

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Remote key and key blade

Two remote keys are provided with your vehicle.

They enable you to unlock the doors and trunk, and also function as ignition keys to start the vehicle or operate electrical components. The remote keys contain detachable metal key blades for manually locking or unlocking the driver's door and the glove compartment. The visible ends of these key blades are unique to make it easier to identify "your" remote key. Up to six remotes can be programmed for use on the same vehicle.

WARNING

Never leave the remote key in the ignition slot if children are to remain in the vehicle.

For more information on the various ignition

modes, see Ignition modes (p. 74).

Related information

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

Remote key – range (p. 148)

Remote key – loss

If either of the remote keys (p. 144) is lost, the

other should be taken with the vehicle to a Volvo retailer. As an anti-theft measure, the code of the lost remote key must be erased from the system.

NOTE

Additional or duplicate remote control keys can be obtained from any authorized Volvo retailer.

You can also obtain additional or duplicate remote control keys from certain independent repair facilities and locksmiths that are qualified to make remote control keys. Each key must be programmed to work with your vehicle.

California Only:

A list of independent repair facilities and/or locksmiths known to Volvo that can cut and code replacement keys can be found:

• on the Volvo website at http://www.volvocars.com/us/keys

• by calling Volvo Customer Care at

1-800-458-1552

The number of registered keys for the vehicle can be found by pressing

MY CAR

and going into

Settings Information Number of keys

.

For a description of the menu system, see My Car

– introduction (p. 71).

USA-5WK49264

FCC ID:KR55WK49264 + Siemens VDO

5WK49236

FCC ID:KR55WK49236, 5WK49266

FCC ID:KR55WK49266 + Siemens VDO

5WK49233

FCC ID:KR55WK49233

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and RSS-210. Operation is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Canada-5WK49264

IC:267T-5WK49264 + Siemens VDO

5WK49236

IC:267T-5WK49236, 5WK49266

IC:267T-5WK49266 + Siemens VDO

5WK49233

IC:267T-5WK49233

Operation is subject to the following conditions:

(1) this device may not cause interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Related information

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

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Key memory

The memory in the remote key makes it possible to store certain personal settings.

The position of the side door mirrors, power driver's seat

*

and the selected instrument panel theme

1

are stored in the remote keys when the vehicle is locked

. The next time the driver's door is unlocked with the same

remote key and the door is opened within

2 minutes

, the power driver's seat and side door mirrors will automatically move to the position that they were in when the doors were most recently locked with the same remote key. If the seat/mirrors have not been readjusted since the vehicle was locked, they will already be in the position stored in that particular remote key and will not move. For more informa-

tion on this feature, see Front seats – power seat

(p. 76).

This feature can be activated or deactivated in the vehicle's menu by pressing

MY CAR

and going into

Settings Car settings Car key memory

. For a description of the menu system,

see My Car – introduction (p. 71).

NOTE

If the vehicle is locked with the remote key or is left unlocked for more than 30 minutes, the key memory function will be deactivated.

To reactivate the key's memory:

Press the unlock button on the remote key.

For information regarding vehicles with the

optional keyless drive, see Keyless drive

*

– locking/unlocking (p. 153).

Related information

Locking/unlocking confirmation (p. 146)

1 Optional digital instrument panel only

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Locking/unlocking confirmation

Settings can be made in the menu system for audible and visual confirmation when the vehicle has been locked or unlocked. With these functions activated, the following will occur when the vehicle is locked/unlocked:

Locking confirmation

The turn signals flash once, an audible signal sounds and the door mirrors will fold

*

in.

Confirmation will only be given when all doors and the trunk are properly closed and locked.

NOTE

If you do not receive confirmation when locking the vehicle, check whether a door or the trunk is ajar, or if this feature has been turned off in the menu.

Unlocking confirmation

The turn signals will flash twice and the door mirrors will fold

*

out.

Making a setting

Different alternatives for locking/unlocking confirmation can be selected in the menus by pressing

MY CAR

on the center console control panel.

To activate visual confirmation: go to

Settings Car settings Light settings and select

Door lock confirmation light

and/or

Unlock confirmation light

by pressing

OK/MENU

.

To activate audible confirmation: go to

Settings Car settings Lock settings and select

Audible confirmation

by pressing

OK/MENU

.

For a description of the menu system, see My Car

– introduction (p. 71).

Lock indicator

Immobilizer (start inhibitor)

The immobilizer is a start inhibitor that helps prevent unauthorized persons from starting the engine.

Each of the keys supplied with your vehicle contains a coded transponder. The code in the key is transmitted to an antenna in the ignition slot where it is compared to the code stored in the start inhibitor module. The vehicle will start only with a properly coded key. If you misplace a key, take the other keys to a trained and qualified

Volvo service technician for reprogramming as an anti-theft measure. The following messages

(which may appear in the instrument panel display) are related to the immobilizer:

Lock/alarm indicator light

A flashing indicator light at the base of the windshield verifies that the vehicle is locked.

Related information

Locking/unlocking – from the outside

(p. 157)

Locking/unlocking – from inside (p. 158)

Locking/unlocking – trunk (p. 160)

* Option/accessory.

Message

Insert car key

Car key not found

Immobilizer Try start again

Meaning

Remote key not recognized during start. Try to start the vehicle again.

Vehicles with keyless drive

* only. Remote key not recognized during start. Try to start the vehicle again.

If the problem continues, insert the remote key into the ignition slot and try to start the vehicle again.

Remote key fault during start.

Contact an authorized Volvo workshop.

CAUTION

Never use force when inserting the remote key in the ignition slot. The vehicle cannot be started if the transponder is damaged.

USA–FCC ID: LTQWFS 125VO

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following condition: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Canada–IC: 3659A-WFS125VO

Operation is subject to the following conditions:

(1) this device may not cause interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

For information on starting the vehicle, see Starting the engine (p. 250).

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Remote key – functions

The remote key is used e.g., to unlock the doors and start the engine.

Remote key

Lock

Unlock

Approach lighting

Trunk unlock/open

Panic alarm

Buttons on the remote

Lock

– Press the Lock button on the remote once to lock all doors and the trunk. The turn signals will flash once to confirm locking.

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Unlock

– Press the Unlock button on the remote once to unlock the driver's door.

After a short pause, press the Unlock button a second time within 10 seconds to unlock the other doors and the trunk.

This function can be changed so that all doors unlock at the same time by pressing

My Car

and going to

Settings Car settings Lock settings Change doors unlock setting

. For

a description of the menu system, see My Car – introduction (p. 71).

Approach lighting

– As you approach the vehicle, press the button on the remote key to light the interior lighting, parking lights, license plate lighting and the lights in the door mirrors

*

.

These lights will switch off automatically after 30,

60 or 90 seconds. For a description of the menu

system, see My Car – introduction (p. 71).

Unlock/open trunk

Press once:

This unlocks the trunk (but does not open it) and disarms the alarm (the alarm indicator light on the dashboard will go out). If the trunk is not opened within two minutes it will automatically relock and the alarm will be rearmed.

Press twice:

This both unlocks the trunk and pops it open slightly.

NOTE

Any excess weight (snow, etc.) on the trunk lid may prevent it from opening.

For information on opening the trunk from the

passenger compartment, see Locking/unlocking

– trunk (p. 160).

After closing, the trunk will not automatically relock. Press Lock to relock it and rearm the alarm.

Panic alarm

– This button can be used to attract attention during emergency situations.

To activate the panic alarm, press and hold this button for at least 3 seconds or press it twice within 3 seconds. The turn signals and horn will be activated. The panic alarm will stop automatically after 2 minutes and 45 seconds.

To deactivate, wait approximately 5 seconds and press the button again.

The Panic alarm button will not unlock the vehicle.

Related information

Locking/unlocking – from inside (p. 158)

Locking/unlocking – from the outside

(p. 157)

Locking/unlocking confirmation (p. 146)

Remote key – range

The remote key has a range of approximately

60 ft. (20 m) from the vehicle.

NOTE

Buildings or other obstacles may interfere with the function of the remote key. The vehicle can also be locked or unlocked with the

key blade, see Alarm-related functions

(p. 164).

If the remote key is removed from the vehicle while the engine is running or if the ignition is in mode

I

or

II

and all of the doors are closed, a message will appear in the instrument panel display and there will be an audible signal.

When the remote key is returned to the vehicle, the message will be erased and the audible signal will stop after one of the following has been done:

The remote key is inserted in the ignition slot

The vehicle's speed exceeds 20 mph

(30 km/h)

The

OK

button on the left steering wheel lever is pressed

Related information

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

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Detachable key blade – general information

Each remote key contains a detachable metal key blade (p. 144) for mechanically locking or

unlocking the driver's door and the glove com-

partment, and to enable the valet locking (p. 150) function. The key blades have a

unique code, which is used if new ones need to be produced. This code is available at an authorized Volvo retailer.

The visible ends of these key blades are unique to make it easier to identify "your" remote key.

Related information

Detachable key blade – unlocking (p. 150)

Detachable key blade – detaching/reinserting (p. 149)

Detachable key blade – detaching/ reinserting

The detachable key blade (p. 149) can be

removed or reinserted in the remote key as follows:

Removing the key blade

Slide the spring loaded catch to the side.

Pull the key blade straight out of the remote key.

Reinserting the blade

1. Hold the remote key with the slot for the key blade up.

2. Carefully slide the key blade into its groove.

3. Gently press the key blade in the groove until it clicks into place.

Related information

Detachable key blade – unlocking (p. 150)

Child safety locks (p. 58)

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Detachable key blade – unlocking

Your vehicle's remote key (p. 144) contains a

metal, detachable key blade that can be used to unlock the driver's door, lock the glove compartment, etc.

3. Insert the key blade as far as possible in the driver's door lock. Turn the key blade to unlock the driver's door.

This will trigger the alarm

.

4.

To turn off the alarm

, insert the remote key in the ignition slot. This also applies to vehicles equipped with the optional keyless drive.

5. Press the cover back into place after the door has been unlocked.

Related information

Remote key and key blade (p. 144)

Remote key – replacing the battery (p. 151)

Valet locking

By utilizing the remote key with the key blade removed, the valet locking feature enables you to block access to the trunk and glove compartment for e.g., valet parking or when the vehicle is brought to the retailer for service.

Driver's door keyhole cover

If the remote key does not function normally

(weak battery, etc.), the vehicle can be unlocked with the detachable key blade.

1. Remove the detachable key blade (p. 149)

from the remote key.

2. Press the key blade approx. 0.5 in. (1 cm) straight up in the hole on the underside of the keyhole cover.

> The cover will come off due to the pressure exerted when the key blade is pushed upward.

Normal locking/unlocking function

Locking/unlocking points with valet locking activated

With the valet locking function activated:

The vehicle's doors can be locked or unlocked with the remote

The engine can be started

The glove compartment cannot be unlocked

Access to the trunk is blocked (the trunk lid cannot be unlocked or opened with the remote, and the rear seat backrests cannot be lowered

Activating the valet locking function

Insert the key blade in the glove compartment lock.

Turn the key blade180 degrees clockwise.

Remove the key blade from the lock. A message will appear in the instrument panel display.

Deactivating the valet locking function

Turn the key blade 180 degrees counterclockwise in the glove compartment lock to deactivate valet locking.

See locking/unlocking the glove compartment (p. 160) for information on locking the

glove compartment normally, without activating the valet locking function.

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Remote key – replacing the battery

The remote key can be opened if the battery needs to be replaced.

The battery should be replaced if:

The information symbol illuminates and

Low battery in remote control. Please change batteries.

is shown in the display and/or

• if the locks do not react after several attempts to unlock or lock the vehicle.

NOTE

The remote key's range is normally approximately 60 ft (20 m) from the vehicle.

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Opening the remote key

The remote key has one

CR 2430, 3V battery only

To open the remote key

Slide the spring loaded catch to the side.

Pull the key blade straight out of the remote key.

Insert a small screwdriver in the hole behind the spring loaded catch and carefully pry up the cover. Turn the remote key with the buttons upward so that the battery does not fall out when the cover is removed.

Inserting a new battery

CAUTION

When handling batteries, avoid touching their contact surfaces as this could result in poor battery function in the remote key.

Note the position of the battery's (

+

) or (

) sides.

1. Use a screwdriver to pry out the old battery.

2. Insert a new one with the (

+

) side downward.

Closing the remote key

1. Press the remote key's cover into place.

2. Hold the remote key with the slot for the key blade up.

3. Carefully slide the key blade into its groove.

4. Gently press the key blade in the groove until it clicks into place.

NOTE

Volvo recommends that the batteries used in the remote control meet the UN Manual of

Test and Criteria, Part III, sub-section 38.3.

Batteries installed in the key from the factory and batteries exchanged by an authorized

Volvo workshop fulfill the above criteria.

Old batteries should be disposed of properly at a recycling center or at your Volvo retailer.

Related information

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

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Keyless drive

*

– locking/unlocking

This system makes it possible to unlock and lock the vehicle without having to press any buttons on the remote key. It is only necessary to have a keyless drive remote key in your possession to operate the central locking system.

Both of the remote keys provided with the vehicle have the keyless function, and additional ones can be ordered. The system can accommodate up to six remote keys.

The red rings in the illustration indicate the area around the vehicle that is within range of the keyless drive antennas.

Locking the vehicle

Range of the keyless drive remote key–5 ft (1.5 meters)

NOTE

The gear selector must in the

P

position before the vehicle can be locked and the alarm can be armed.

The buttons on the keyless drive remote key can also be used to lock and unlock the vehicle. For more information, see

Remote key and key blade (p. 144).

Models with keyless drive have a pressure-sensitive area on the outside door handles and a rubber-covered button next to the trunk opening control

The doors and the trunk can be locked by pressing the pressure-sensitive area on each of the outside door handles or the rubber-covered button next to the trunk opening control. The lock indicator on the dash will begin to flash.

NOTE

On keyless drive vehicles, the gear selector must be in the Park (

P

) position, all doors and the trunk must be closed and the ignition must be switched off before the vehicle can be locked.

Unlocking the vehicle

A keyless drive remote key must be on the same side of the vehicle as the door to be opened, and be within 5 feet (1.5 meters) of the door's lock or the trunk (see the shaded areas in the illustration).

Pull a door handle to unlock and open the door or press the trunk opening control on the trunk lid.

The number of doors that are unlocked at the same time can be set in the vehicle's menu system. Press

MY CAR

and go to

Car settings

Lock settings Keyless entry

. For a descrip-

tion of the menu system, see My Car – introduction (p. 71).

NOTE

In some cases, wearing thick gloves or pulling the door handle too quickly may affect the unlocking function. If this occurs, try pulling the door handle again or pull it after taking off the glove.

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Related information

Alarm indicator (p. 162)

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Keyless drive

*

– unlocking with key blade

If the remote key does not function normally

(weak battery, etc.), the vehicle can be unlocked with the detachable key blade.

3. Insert the key blade as far as possible in the driver's door lock. Turn the key blade to unlock the driver's door.

This will trigger the alarm

.

4.

To turn off the alarm

, insert the remote key in the ignition slot. This also applies to vehicles equipped with the optional keyless drive.

5. Press the cover back into place after the door has been unlocked.

Related information

Keyless drive

*

– locking/unlocking (p. 153)

Alarm – general information (p. 162)

Driver's door keyhole cover

1. Remove the key blade from the remote key

(see Detachable key blade – detaching/reinserting (p. 149) for instructions).

2. Press the key blade approx. 0.5 in. (1 cm) straight up in the hole on the underside of the keyhole cover.

> The cover will come off due to the pressure exerted when the key blade is pushed upward.

* Option/accessory.

Keyless drive

*

– key memory

When you leave the vehicle with a remote key in your possession and lock any door, the position of the driver's seat

2

and door mirrors will be stored in the remote key's memory.

The next time a door is opened by a person with the same

remote key in his/her possession, the driver's seat and door mirrors will automatically move to the position that they were in when the door was most recently locked.

NOTE

If several people carrying remote keys approach the vehicle at the same time, the driver's seat and door mirrors will assume the positions they were in for the person who opens the driver's door.

See also power seats (p. 76) for information on

adjusting and storing the seat's position in the seat memory.

NOTE

If the vehicle is locked by pressing the button on one of the door handles or by pressing the lock button on the remote key, or if it is left unlocked for more than 30 minutes, the key memory function will be deactivated.

To reactivate the key's memory:

Unlock the vehicle by pulling a door handle with the remote key in your possession or by pressing the unlock button on the remote key.

Related information

Keyless drive

*

– locking/unlocking (p. 153)

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

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Keyless drive

*

– messages

If all of the remote keys are removed from the

vehicle while the engine is running or if the ignition modes (p. 74) is in mode

II

and all of the doors are closed, a message will appear in the instrument panel display and an audible signal will sound.

When at least one remote key has been returned to the car, the message will be erased in the display and the audible signal will stop when:

A door has been opened and closed

The remote key has been inserted in the ignition slot

The

OK

button has been pressed. For the

location of this button, see Information display – menu controls (p. 108)

2 Power seats only

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CAUTION

Keyless drive remote keys should never be left in the vehicle. In the event of a break-in, a remote found in the vehicle could make it possible to start the engine.

Electromagnetic fields or metal obstructions can interfere with the keyless drive system. The remote key should never be placed closer than approximately 4-6 in.

(10-15 cm) to cell phones, metallic objects or e.g., stored in a metal briefcase.

USA – FCC ID:KR55WK48952, KR55WK48964

NOTE

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC

Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

CAUTION

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

Siemens VDO

5WK48891

Tested To Comply With FCC Standards

For Automobile Use

Canada – IC:267T-5WK48952,

267T-5WK48964, 267T-5WK48891

NOTE

This device complies with RSS -210 of Industry

Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

CAUTION

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

Keyless drive

*

– antenna locations

The keyless drive system has a number of antennas located at various points in the vehicle.

On the inside center of the rear bumper

Left rear door handle

Center of the parcel shelf, on the underside

Right rear door handle

Under the rear section of the center console

Under the front section of the center console

* Option/accessory.

WARNING

People with implanted pacemakers should not allow the pacemaker to come closer than

9 inches (22 cm) to any of the keyless drive system's antennas. This is to help prevent interference between the pacemaker and the keyless drive system.

Related information

Keyless drive

*

– locking/unlocking (p. 153)

Locking/unlocking – from the outside

The remote key (p. 144) is used to lock/unlock

all of the doors and the trunk at the same time.

Different settings for unlocking the vehicle can

be selected, see Remote key – functions

(p. 147).

Before the vehicle can be locked from the outside with the remote key, the driver's door must be closed. If the trunk or any other door is open, it will be locked and the alarm will be armed.

NOTE

Be sure the remote key is outside of the vehicle before the other doors/trunk are closed to help avoid locking the remote inside the vehicle.

If the vehicle is equipped with the optional keyless drive system, all doors/trunk must be closed before the vehicle can be locked.

The first press on the unlock button unlocks the driver's door and a second press unlocks the

other doors and the trunk (see also remote key and key blade (p. 144)). This setting can be

changed in the menu system. See

MY

CAR

(p. 71) for a description.

If the locks repeatedly do not react when the unlock button is pressed, it may be necessary to

replace the battery in the remote, see Remote

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key – replacing the battery (p. 151). In this case

the vehicle can be unlocked with the detachable key blade (p. 150).

Related information

Locking/unlocking – from inside (p. 158)

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Manual locking

In certain situations (e.g., if there is no electrical current in the vehicle), the doors can be locked manually.

The detachable key blade (p. 149) can be used

in the lock cylinder in the driver's door to lock that door.

The other doors do not have lock cylinders and the slot on the rear edge of each door has to be used to lock it. This will lock the door from the outside but it can still be opened from inside the vehicle. To do so:

In the horizontal position, the door cannot be opened from the outside.

In the vertical position, the door can be opened from the inside and the outside.

NOTE

If the manual child safety lock (p. 58) is acti-

vated for a rear side door and that door is also locked manually, the door cannot be opened from the outside or inside. The door can only be unlocked with the remote key or the central locking button.

Related information

Remote key – replacing the battery (p. 151)

Locking/unlocking – from inside

The lock buttons on the door panel can be used to lock or unlock all doors and the trunk at the same time. Press unlock.

to lock and to

From inside the vehicle (central locking button)

Central locking button

The lock buttons on the door panel can be used to lock or unlock all doors and the trunk at the same time. Press to lock and to unlock.

Manually locking a door

Insert the key blade into the slot and turn it

90 degrees to lock that door (the slot in a particular door locks that door only).

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Unlocking

The vehicle can be unlocked from inside the vehicle in two ways:

By pressing the unlock button .

The front doors

can be unlocked and opened by pulling the door handle once. The rear doors

can be unlocked by pulling the door handle once and opened by pulling the handle again.

Locking

Press the lock button doors have been closed.

Press the lock button that are closed will lock.

after the front

: all of the doors

Each door can be locked individually with the lock button on the respective doors. The door must be closed first.

Indicator light in the lock buttons

There are two versions of the central locking system that affect the indicator light in the driver's door central locking button.

If only

the driver's door has a central locking button:

If the light is on, this indicates that all of the doors are locked.

If there are central locking buttons in both front doors and electric lock buttons in the rear side doors:

If a light is on in one of the buttons, this means that only that door is locked. When the lights are on in all of the buttons, all of the doors are locked.

Lock buttons in the rear side doors

The indicator light in the button is on when the door is locked

The button in each of the rear side doors locks that door only.

To unlock the door:

The door can be unlocked by pulling the door handle once and opened by pulling the handle again.

Automatic relocking

If the doors are unlocked, the locks will automatically reengage (re-lock) and the alarm will re-arm after 2 minutes unless a door or the trunk has been opened.

Automatic locking

When the vehicle starts to move, the doors and trunk can be locked automatically. This feature can be turned on or off by pressing

MY CAR

and going to

Car settings

Automatic door locking

.

Lock settings

Related information

Locking/unlocking – from the outside

(p. 157)

Alarm – general information (p. 162)

Remote key – functions (p. 147)

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Locking/unlocking – glove compartment

The glove compartment can only be locked and

unlocked using the detachable key blade in the remote key. For information on removing the key

blade from the remote key, see Detachable key blade – detaching/reinserting (p. 149).

Locking/unlocking – trunk

The trunk can be locked, unlocked and opened in several ways.

The alarm indicator (p. 162) light on the dash-

board will stop flashing to indicate that the alarm is not monitoring the entire vehicle.

When the trunk is closed again (which has to be done manually), it will have to be relocked and the alarm rearmed by pressing the lock button on the remote key.

Unlocking/opening the trunk from the passenger compartment

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Insert the key blade in the glove compartment lock.

Turn the key blade 90 degrees clockwise.

Remove the key blade from the lock.

Trunk unlock button on the remote key

Press the trunk unlock button on the remote key.

Press once:

This unlocks but does not open the trunk. The trunk can then be opened by pressing the rubber plate near the trunk lock. If the trunk is not opened within two minutes it will automatically relock and the alarm will be rearmed.

Press twice:

This both unlocks the trunk and pops it open slightly.

NOTE

Any excess weight (snow, etc.) on the trunk lid may prevent it from opening.

Press the button on the lighting panel (1) to unlock and pop open the trunk

NOTE

The taillights will illuminate automatically for a short period when the trunk has been opened.

Opening the trunk manually

The trunk is held closed by an electronic locking mechanism. To open:

1. Press lightly on the rubberized plate under the handle to release the lock.

2. Lift the handle to open the trunk lid.

CAUTION

When pressing the rubberized plate, only light pressure is necessary to release the trunk's electronic locking mechanism.

When opening the trunk lid, pull it up using the handle. Too much pressure on the rubberized plate can damage its electrical connections.

Locking the trunk with the remote key

Press the lock button on the remote key.

The alarm indicator on the dashboard will begin flashing to show that the vehicle is locked and that the alarm has been armed.

NOTE

If the doors are locked while the trunk is open, the trunk will remain unlocked until the vehicle is relocked by pressing the

Lock button on the remote key.

On keyless drive vehicles, the gear selector must be in the Park (

P

) position, all doors and the trunk must be closed and the ignition must be switched off before the vehicle can be locked.

Opening the trunk from the inside (U.S.

models only)

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The vehicle is equipped with a florescent handle on the inside of the trunk lid, which can be used in an emergency situation to open the trunk from the inside. Pull the handle down to release the trunk lid. After use, the handle must be pushed back into its original position before the trunk can be closed.

This handle is not intended to be used to anchor the trunk lid when long loads are being transported.

WARNING

Keep vehicle doors and trunk locked and keep keys out of a child’s reach. Unsupervised children could lock themselves in an open trunk and risk injury. Children should be taught not to play in vehicles.

On hot days, the temperature in the trunk or vehicle interior can rise very quickly.

Exposure of people to these high temperatures for even a short period of time can cause heat-related injury or death. Small children are particularly at risk.

Related information

Locking/unlocking – from inside (p. 158)

Locking/unlocking – from the outside

(p. 157)

161

162

LOCKS AND ALARM

Alarm – general information

The alarm system provides a warning if an attempt is made to break into the vehicle.

The alarm is automatically armed (p. 163)

whenever the vehicle is locked with the remote key.

When armed, the alarm continuously monitors a number of points on the vehicle. The following conditions will trigger the alarm:

The hood is forced open.

The trunk is forced open

A door is forced open.

The ignition slot is tampered with.

An attempt is made to start the vehicle with a non-approved key (a key not coded to the car's ignition).

The battery is disconnected (while the alarm is armed).

The siren is disconnected when the alarm is disarmed.

A message will appear in the information display if a fault should occur in the alarm system. Contact a trained and qualified Volvo service technician.

NOTE

Do not attempt to repair any of the components in the alarm system yourself. This could affect the insurance policy on the vehicle.

Related information

Alarm – turning off (p. 164)

Alarm signal (p. 163)

Alarm indicator (p. 162)

Alarm indicator

The status of the alarm system is indicated by the red indicator light on the dashboard (see illustration):

Indicator light off: the alarm is not

armed (p. 163)

The indicator light flashes at one-second intervals: the alarm is armed

The indicator light flashes rapidly before the remote key is inserted in the ignition slot and the ignition is put in mode

I

: the alarm has been triggered.

Related information

Alarm – general information (p. 162)

Alarm – turning off (p. 164)

Alarm signal (p. 163)

Alarm – arming/disarming

The alarm system provides a warning if an attempt is made to break into the vehicle.

Arming the alarm

Press the Lock button on the remote key.

One long flash of the turn signals will confirm

that the alarm (p. 162) is armed.

Alarm confirmation settings can be changed in

MY CAR

, under

Car settings Lock settings

Keyless entry

. For a description of the menu

system, see My Car – introduction (p. 71).

USA FCC ID: MAYDA 5823(3)

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Canada IC: 4405A-DA 5823(3)

This device is subject to the following conditions:

(1) this device may not cause interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Disarming the alarm

Press the Unlock button on the remote key.

> Two short flashes from the car's direction indicators confirm that the alarm has been deactivated and that all doors are unlocked.

Related information

Alarm indicator (p. 162)

Alarm signal (p. 163)

Alarm – turning off (p. 164)

Alarm-related functions (p. 164)

LOCKS AND ALARM

Alarm signal

An audible (p. 162) signal is given by a battery

powered siren. The alarm cycle lasts for 30 seconds.

The visual alarm signal is given by flashing all turn signals for approximately 5 minutes or until the alarm is turned off.

Related information

Alarm indicator (p. 162)

Alarm – arming/disarming (p. 163)

Alarm – turning off (p. 164)

163

164

LOCKS AND ALARM

Alarm – turning off

The alarm system provides a warning if an attempt is made to break into the vehicle.

If the alarm is sounding, it can be stopped by pressing the Unlock button on the remote key or by inserting the remote key in the ignition slot.

Two short flashes from the car's turn signals confirm that the alarm has been turned off.

Related information

Alarm indicator (p. 162)

Alarm – arming/disarming (p. 163)

Remote key – replacing the battery (p. 151)

Alarm-related functions

The following is general information regarding the alarm system in your vehicle.

Automatic re-arming

If the doors are unlocked, the locks will automatically re-engage (re-lock) and the alarm will rearm after 2 minutes unless a door or the trunk has been opened.

Remote key not functioning

If the remote key is not functioning properly, the alarm can be turned off and the vehicle can be started as follows:

1. Open the driver's door with the key blade.

>

This will trigger the alarm.

3. Start the engine.

Related information

Detachable key blade – unlocking (p. 150)

Detachable key blade – general information

(p. 149)

Starting the engine (p. 250)

2. To turn off the alarm, insert the remote key into the ignition slot (also on vehicles with the optional keyless drive).

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