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Passive key (radio remote control with integrated emergency key)

Passive key (radio remote control with integrated emergency key)

Item Description
1 PATS transponder (emergency start function)
2 Latch
3 Passive Key
4 Emergency key blade

Passive anti-theft system transceiver (emergency starting function)

Passive anti-theft system transceiver (emergency starting function)

Item Description
1 PATS transceiver
2 Transceiver holder
3 Emergency key holder

If the keyless vehicle system is unable to recognise the passive key, the vehicle can be started via the emergency starting function.

To this end, there is a holder for the transceiver of the passive anti-theft system on the steering column beneath a cover.

To start the engine, the emergency key must be held against the cover of the transceiver and the start/stop button pressed.

Alternatively, the emergency key can be inserted in the holder after removal of the cover and the start/stop button pressed. In both cases, the information is read out from the PATS transponder of the emergency key.

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