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2 Locking 3 Opening the trunk lid 4 Panic mode in alarm system

General information The vehicle is supplied with two remote controls with keys. Every remote control contains a replaceable battery. The settings called up and implemented when the vehicle is unlocked depend on which remote control is used to unlock the vehicle, Personal Profile, refer to page 31. In addition, information about service require‐ ments is stored in the remote control, Service data in the remote control, refer to page 193.

Integrated key

Press the button on the back of the remote con‐ trol, arrow 1, and pull out the key, arrow 2. The integrated key fits the following locks: ▷ Driver's door. ▷ Glove compartment on the front passenger

side.

The front passenger glove compartment con‐ tains a switch for separately securing the trunk lid, refer to page 38. Replacing the battery

1. Take the integrated key out of the remote

control.

2. Push in the catch with the key, arrow 1. 3. Remove the cover of the battery compart‐

4.

ment; see arrow 2. Insert a battery of the same type with the positive side facing upwards.

5. Press the cover closed.

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Take the used battery to a recycling cen‐ ter or to your service center.

New remote controls You can obtain new remote controls from your service center. Loss of the remote controls Lost remote controls can be blocked by your service center. Emergency detection of remote control It is possible to switch on the ignition or start the engine in situations such as the following: ▷ Interference of radio transmission to remote

control by external sources.

▷ Discharged battery in the remote control. ▷ Interference of radio transmission by mobile

devices in close proximity to the remote control.

▷ Interference of radio transmission by

charger while charging items such as mobile devices in the vehicle.

A Check Control message is displayed if an at‐ tempt is made to switch on the ignition or start the engine. Starting the engine in case of emergency detection of remote control

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button within 10 seconds while pressing the brake. Manual transmission: if a corresponding Check Control message appears, hold the remote con‐ trol, as shown, against the marked area on the steering column and press the Start/Stop button within 10 seconds while pressing the clutch pedal.

Personal Profile The concept You can set several of your vehicle's functions to suit your personal needs and preferences. ▷ The settings are automatically saved in the

profile currently activated.

▷ The remote control used is detected when the vehicle is unlocked and the stored profile is called up.

▷ Your personal settings will be recognized and called up again even if the vehicle has been used in the meantime by someone else with another remote control.

The individual settings are stored for three Per‐ sonal Profiles and one guest profile. Transmitting the settings Your personal settings can be taken with you to another vehicle equipped with the Personal Pro‐ file function. For more information, contact your service center. The settings are transmitted as follows: ▷ The USB interface in the center armrest

onto a USB device.

Automatic transmission: if a corresponding Check Control message appears, hold the re‐ mote control, as shown, against the marked area on the steering column and press the Start/Stop

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Profile management Opening the profiles A different profile can be called up than the one associated with the remote control currently in use. 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles"

3. Select a profile. The profile that is opened is assigned to the re‐ mote control currently in use. Renaming profiles 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles"

The current profile is selected.

3. Open "Options". 4. "Rename current profile"

Resetting profiles The settings of the active profile are reset to their default values. 1. Switch on the ignition. 2. "Settings" 3. "Profiles"

The current profile is selected.

4. Open "Options". 5. "Reset current profile" Importing profiles Existing settings and contacts are overwritten with the imported profile. 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles" 3. "Import profile"

4. USB interface: "USB device" Exporting profiles Most settings of the active profile and the saved contacts can be exported. This can be useful for storing and opening per‐ sonal settings, e.g. if settings are accidentally changed or deleted. 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles" 3. "Export profile" 4. USB interface: "USB device"

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Using the guest profile The guest profile can be used to make individual settings without affecting the three Personal Profiles. This can be useful for drivers who are using the vehicle temporarily and do not have their own profile. 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles" 3. The current profile is selected. 4. Open "Guest". 5. Adjust the settings. Note: the guest profile cannot be renamed. Display profile list during start The profile list can be displayed during each start for selecting the desired profile. 1. "Settings" 2. "Profiles" 3. Open "Options". 4. "Display user list at startup" Personal Profile settings The following functions and settings can be stored in a profile. More information on the settings can be found under: ▷ Collision warning: warning time, last setting

on/off.

▷ Exterior mirror position. ▷ CD/Multimedia: audio source listened to

last.

▷ Driving Experience Switch: sport program ▷ Driver's seat position: automatically re‐

trieved after unlocking.

▷ Programmable memory buttons: assign‐

ment.

▷ Head-up Display: selection, brightness, po‐

sition and rotation of the display.

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▷ Headlamp courtesy delay feature: time set‐

ting.

▷ Tone: tone settings. ▷ Automatic climate control/Automatic cli‐ mate control with enhanced features: set‐ tings.

▷ Navigation: map views, route criteria, voice

output on/off.

▷ Park Distance Control PDC: adjusting the

signal tone volume.

▷ Radio: stored stations, station listened to

last, special settings.

▷ Backup camera: selection of functions and

type of display.

▷ Side View: selection of the display type. ▷ Language on the Control Display. ▷ Lane departure warning: last setting, on/off. ▷ Active Blind Spot Detection: last setting, on/

off.

▷ Daytime running lights: current setting. ▷ Triple turn signal activation. ▷ Locking the vehicle: after a brief period or

after starting to drive.

Central locking system The concept The central locking system becomes active when the driver's door is closed. The system simultaneously engages and re‐ leases the locks on the following: ▷ Doors. ▷ Trunk lid. ▷ Fuel filler flap. Operating from the outside ▷ Via the remote control. ▷ Via the door handles of the driver's and front

passenger doors.

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The following takes place simultaneously when locking/unlocking the vehicle via the remote control: ▷ Depending on how the vehicle is equipped, the theft protection is activated/deactivated. Theft protection prevents the doors from being unlocked using the lock buttons or the door opener.

▷ The welcome lamps, interior lamps and courtesy lamps are switched on and off.

▷ The alarm system, refer to page 40, is

armed or disarmed.

Operating from the inside

when leaving the vehicle so that the vehicle can then be opened from the outside.◀

Unlocking

Press the button on the remote control. The vehicle is unlocked.

Welcome lamps, interior lamp and courtesy lamps are switched on. You can set how the vehicle is to be unlocked. The setting is stored for the remote control cur‐ rently in use. 1. "Settings" 2. "Door locks" 3. With professional navigation system:

"Unlock button:" Without professional navigation system: Select a symbol.



4. Select the desired function:

▷ "Driver's door only"

Only the driver's door and the fuel filler flap are unlocked. Pressing again un‐ locks the entire vehicle.

▷ "All doors"

The entire vehicle is unlocked.

Depending on how the vehicle is equipped or the country-specific variant, you can set whether the doors are also unlocked with the ton on the remote control. Convenient opening The remote control can be used to simultane‐ ously open the windows and the glass sunroof.

but‐

Press and hold the button on the re‐ mote control.

The windows and the glass sunroof open. Releasing the button stops the motion.

Via the button for the central locking system. If the vehicle has been locked from inside, the fuel filler flap remains unlocked. If an accident of a certain severity occurs, the central locking system unlocks automatically. The hazard warning system and interior lamps come on.

Opening and closing: from the outside Using the remote control General information

Take the remote control with you People or animals left unattended in a

parked vehicle can lock the doors from the in‐ side. Always take the remote control with you

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Locking

Press the button on the remote control.

Locking from the outside Do not lock the vehicle from the outside if there are people in it, as the vehicle cannot be unlocked from inside without special knowl‐ edge.◀

Switching on interior lamps and courtesy lamps

Press the button on the remote control with the vehicle locked.

Panic mode You can trigger the alarm system if you find yourself in a dangerous situation.

Press the button on the remote control for at least 3 seconds.

To switch off the alarm: press any button. Opening the trunk lid

Press the button on the remote control for approx. 1 second.

The trunk lid opens, regardless of whether it was previously locked or unlocked. During opening, the trunk lid pivots back and up. Ensure that adequate clearance is available be‐ fore opening. In some vehicle equipment variants, the trunk lid can only be opened using the remote control if the vehicle was unlocked first. To avoid locking yourself out of the vehicle, do not place the remote control into the cargo area. The trunk lid is locked again as soon as it is pushed closed. Confirmation signals from the vehicle 1. "Settings" 2. "Door locks"

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3. Deactivate or activate the desired confirma‐

tion signals. ▷ "Acoustic sig. lock/unlock" ▷ "Flash when lock/unlock"

Retrieving the seat and mirror settings The driver's seat and exterior mirror positions used last are stored for the remote control cur‐ rently in use. When the vehicle is unlocked, these positions are automatically retrieved if this function was activated.

Pinch hazard when moving back the seat If this function is used, first make sure that

the footwell behind the driver's seat is empty. Otherwise, people can be injured or objects damaged when the seat is moved back.◀ The adjustment procedure is interrupted: ▷ When a seat position switch is pressed. ▷ When a button of the seat and mirror mem‐

ory is pressed.

Activating the setting 1. "Settings" 2. "Door locks" 3. "Last seat position auto." Malfunction If the vehicle can no longer be locked or un‐ locked with the remote control, the battery may be discharged or there may be interference from external sources such as mobile phones, metal objects, overhead power lines, transmission towers, etc. If this occurs, unlock or lock the vehicle at the door lock using the integrated key.

For US owners only The transmitter and receiver units comply with part 15 of the FCC/Federal Communication Commission regulations. Operation is governed by the following:

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tion, if necessary, by emergency detection of the remote control. Only the driver's door is unlocked or locked via the door lock.

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