Subaru Forester: Behavior with key lock-in prevention function non-operational - Key lock-in prevention function - Power door locking switches - Keys and doors - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Behavior with key lock-in prevention function non-operational

- If the lock lever is turned to the rear (“LOCK”) position with the driver’s door open and the driver’s door is then closed with the lock lever in that position, the driver’s door is locked.

- If the spare key is used to lock the driver’s door from the outside of the vehicle, the door is locked.

The setting of this function to operational/ non-operational status can be changed by a SUBARU dealer. Contact a SUBARU dealer for details.

NOTE
When leaving the vehicle, make sure you are holding the key before locking the doors.

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