Key Fob Programming
Customize your door settings with your steering wheel
- First, make sure your vehicle is parked. Your car won’t let you do this while you’re driving.
- Press the button with the menu icon located on the steering wheel until you see the “Settings” screen on the multi-function display.
- Press the down arrow to scroll to “Convenience.”
- Press OK.
- Scroll down to “Central Locking” and press OK.
- Press “Unlock doors” to adjust which doors lock or unlock when the key fob is pressed once.
- “All doors” unlocks all doors.
- “Single door” unlocks only the driver’s door.
- “Vehicle side” unlocks the doors on the driver’s side of the vehicle.
- Press the up or down arrows to select an option.
- Press OK to select your preference.
Disable the horn beep when the doors lock
- Press the menu button on the right side of your steering wheel until the “Settings” screen appears in the multi-function display.
- Press the down arrow to scroll to “Convenience” and press OK.
- Scroll down to “ATA confirm*.” Press OK to check the box (horn will sound when doors are locked) or uncheck the box (horn will not sound).
Program the doors to unlock when you remove the keys from the ignition
- Make sure your vehicle is parked.
- Press the menu button on your steering wheel until you see the screen labeled “Settings” on the multi-function display in your instrument cluster.
- Press the down arrow to scroll to “Convenience”—press OK.
- Scroll down to “Central Locking”—press OK.
- Select “Automatic”—press OK.
- Select “Unlock”, press OK, and make sure the box is checked.
- From now on, when you remove your keys from the ignition, the doors will automatically unlock.
*ATA stands for Anti-Theft Alarm.
- Always take the key with you when you leave the vehicle. It can be used to start the engine and operate vehicle systems such as the power windows, leading to serious personal injury. Children or other unauthorized persons could also lock the doors and the luggage compartment.
- Never leave children, disabled persons, or anyone who cannot help themselves in the vehicle. The doors can be locked with the remote control key. This could result in people being trapped in the vehicle in an emergency. For example, depending on the time of year, people trapped in the vehicle can be exposed to very high or very low temperatures.
- A closed vehicle can become very hot or very cold, depending on the season. Particularly in the summer, heat build-up in the passenger and luggage compartment of a parked vehicle can result in temperatures in the vehicle that are much higher than the outside temperatures. Temperatures can quickly reach levels that can cause unconsciousness and death, particularly to small children.
- Never remove the key from the ignition switch while the vehicle is moving or rolling to a stop. The steering wheel will lock and you will not be able to steer or control the vehicle.
This website is not a substitute for the Owner’s Manual. The Owner’s Manual contains detailed information about all your vehicle’s features plus important warnings about vehicle and passenger safety. Please read it carefully.