Volvo XC60: Locking or unlocking the vehicle with the key 
blade - Keyless drive (models with Personal Car 
Communicator only) - Keyless drive - Locks and alarm - Volvo XC60 Owner's ManualVolvo XC60: Locking or unlocking the vehicle with the key blade

Keyless drive keyhole cover
Keyless drive keyhole cover

The driver's door on vehicles equipped with keyless drive can be locked or unlocked with the remote key's detachable key blade if necessary, see page 61 for information on removing the key blade from the remote key. To access the keyhole in the driver's door:

1. Press the key blade approx. 0.5 in. (1 cm) straight up in the hole on the underside of the keyhole cover.

> The cover will come off due to the pressure exerted when the key blade is pushed upward.

2. Insert the key blade as far as possible in the driver's door lock. Turn the key blade to unlock the driver's door only. This will trigger the alarm. Press the remote key into the ignition slot to turn off the alarm.

3. Press the cover back into place after the door has been unlocked.

    Unlocking the vehicle
    • A keyless drive remote key must be on the same side of the vehicle as the door to be opened, and be within 5 feet (1.5 meters) of the door's lock or the tailgate (see the shaded areas in t ...

    Locking the vehicle
    Models with keyless drive have a button on the outside door handles The doors and the tailgate can be locked by pressing the lock button in any of the outside door handles. NOTE On keyless d ...

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