Volvo S60: Introduction

Volvo S60: Introduction

Two remote keys or optional Personal Car Communicators (PCC) are provided with your vehicle. They enable you to unlock the doors and trunk, and also function as ignition keys to start the vehicle or operate electrical components. The remote keys contain detachable metal key blades for manually locking or unlocking the driver's door and the glove compartment. Up to six remotes can be programmed for use on the same vehicle.

The PCCs have enhanced functionality compared with the standard remote key.

NOTE NOTE

In the remainder of this chapter, all references to the remote key also pertain to the PCC unless otherwise stated.

WARNING WARNING

Never leave the remote key in the ignition if children are to remain in the vehicle.

Detachable key blade
Each remote key or PCC contains a detachable metal key blade for mechanically locking or unlocking the driver's door and the glove compartment, and to enable the valet locking function.

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  • Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction

    Volvo S60: Introduction