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Malfunction of the remote control
The remote control may not function correctly due to local radio wave interference. The vehicle will then not lock properly.
This can be identified by the missing locking sound and the missing check-back signal of the emergency flasher.
If this should occur:
The remote-control standby function switches off after 7 days
If the vehicle is not started or unlocked with the remote control within 7 days, the remote control standby function is switched off (to prevent discharging of the vehicle battery).
Operational readiness of the remote control interrupted
Encoded data is transmitted to the vehicle each time the wireless remote control is operated. If the remote control is operated too often outside the range of the vehicle, this can result in the central locking system no longer responding.
In this case, the remote control and vehicle must be synchronized.
Carrying out the synchronization