From inside the vehicle (central locking button)

From inside the vehicle (central locking button)  - Locking and unlocking the vehicle - Locks - Locks and alarm - Volvo XC60 Owners Manual - Volvo XC60

Central locking button
Central locking button

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

Unlocking

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

Х By pressing the unlock button Х The door can be unlocked by pulling the.

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

Locking

Х Press the lock button the front after the front doors have been closed.

Х Each door can be locked individually with the lock button on the respective doors.

The door must be closed first.

Alternative locking when parking

The central locking button on the driver's door can also be used to lock the vehicle when you leave it. To do so:

1. Open the door.

2. Press the lock section of the button.

3. Close the door. This will lock the vehicle completely and arm the alarm.

NOTE
Please be aware that locking the vehicle in this way makes it possible to lock the remote key in the passenger compartment.

To help avoid this, lock the vehicle from the outside by pressing the lock button on the remote key.

If the vehicle is locked using the central locking button, be sure that the remote key is in your possession before closing the door.

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