Inserting and removing the remote key

Inserting and removing the remote key  - Ignition modes - Your driving environment - Volvo S60 Owners Manual - Volvo S60

Ignition slot with remote key and START/STOP ENGINE button.

Ignition slot with remote key and START/STOP ENGINE button.

Inserting the remote key1

Holding the end of the remote key with the base of the key blade, insert the remote key into the ignition slot as shown in the illustration and press it in as far as possible (past the detent).

CAUTION

Foreign objects in the ignition slot can impair function or cause damage.

Removing the remote key

The remote key can be removed from the ignition slot by pulling it out.

Ignition modes

Ignition mode 0

Insert the remote key in the ignition slot and press it in as far as possible1.

Ignition mode I

NOTE NOTE

To access ignition modes I or II without starting the engine, the brake pedal must not be depressed.

With the remote key fully pressed into the ignition slot1, press START/STOP ENGINE briefly.

Ignition mode II

With the remote key fully pressed into the ignition slot1, press START/STOP ENGINE for approximately 2 seconds.

Returning to mode I from mode II

With the remote key fully pressed into the ignition slot1, press START/STOP ENGINE briefly. Returning to mode 0 from mode I Open the driver's door.

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