Blocking access to the trunk

Blocking access to the trunk  - Remote key and key blade - Locks and alarm - Volvo S60 Owners Manual - Volvo S60

Normal locking/unlocking function

Normal locking/unlocking function

Locking/unlocking points with valet locking activated

Locking/unlocking points with valet locking activated

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.

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.Insert the key blade in the glove compartment lock.

degrees clockwise.Turn the key blade180 degrees clockwise.

from the lock. A message will appear in the instrument panel display.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 page 69 for information on locking the glove compartment normally, without activating the valet locking function.

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