Locking/unlocking the tailgate

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Tailgate unlock button on the remote key
Tailgate unlock button on the remote key

Unlocking the tailgate with the remote key

- Press the tailgate unlock button on the remote key to unlock (but not open1) the tailgate. See also page 58.

> The alarm indicator light on the dashboard will go out to indicate that the alarm is not monitoring the entire vehicle.

The accessory movement and inclination sensors will be automatically disconnected.

NOTE
• If the doors are locked while the tailgate is open, the tailgate 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 tailgate must be closed and the ignition must be switched off before the vehicle can be locked.

Unlocking the tailgate from the passenger compartment

Unlocking the tailgate from the passenger compartment
Unlocking the tailgate from the passenger compartment

-Press the button on the lighting panel (1) to unlock (but not open1) the tailgate.

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

Locking the tailgate with the remote key

Press the lock button (remote. See) on the remote. See also page 58 The alarm indicator on the dashboard will begin flashing to show that the vehicle is locked and that the alarm has been armed.

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