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#21 StuntBikeJake

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 05:35 PM

The other way is to use the key pad... put your fingers over the 8 and 0 keys for a few seconds and it locks.... just make sure you have your key fob with you or you know your keypad unlock code because if you're key is inside the car it will lock you out ;)

It may be poor form, but I have been leaving my key in the center storage box out of sight for the last 3 months and only using the keypad to unlock and lock the car. I don't even have to carry the fob around which is nice at times... but it does add the extra step to of keying in your code to unlock...

Alot of my customers do this.. even though that it is not advised.. many do it.







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#22 NV Rick

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 09:10 PM

The other way is to use the key pad... put your fingers over the 8 and 0 keys for a few seconds and it locks.... just make sure you have your key fob with you or you know your keypad unlock code because if you're key is inside the car it will lock you out ;)

It may be poor form, but I have been leaving my key in the center storage box out of sight for the last 3 months and only using the keypad to unlock and lock the car. I don't even have to carry the fob around which is nice at times... but it does add the extra step to of keying in your code to unlock...

The only problem I see with leaving the fob in the car is when I come out of the grocery store with a cart full of items. As most parking lots are not level, I would hate to have to try to punch in the entry code, hit the trunk release button, and then race back only to see the cart roll into the Mercedes parked down the aisle. At that point, I would try to act casual, get into the car and drive away, leaving the groceries for the Merc owner in compensation for the dent in his $90,000 car. :whistling:


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