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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Access key - if access key does not operate properly

Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual / In case of emergency / Access key - if access key does not operate properly

CAUTION

Keep metallic objects, magnetic sources and signal transmitters away from the area between the access key and the push-button ignition switch. They may interfere with the communication between the access key and the push-button ignition switch.

The following functions may be inoperable because of strong radio signals in the surrounding area or the access key battery being low.

In such cases, perform the following procedure. When the battery of the access key is discharged, replace it with a new one. Refer to "Replacing battery of access key" F11-42.

Towing with all wheels on the ground
1. Release the parking brake and put the transmission in the "N" position. 2. The ignition switch should be in the "ON" position while the vehicle is being towed. 3. Take up slack in the ...

Locking and unlocking
Release button Mechanical key While pressing the release button of the access key, take out the mechanical key. Lock or unlock the driver's door with the mechanical key in the procedu ...

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Inspection
FRONT SUSPENSION > Front Ball JointINSPECTION1. Check that there is no looseness by moving the upper and lower portions of front tire in an axial direction with the brake pedal depressed.• Looseness exists > Replace the ball joint assembly. Front Ball Joint > REMOVAL">2. Chec ...

Cruise control system
Note CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM > Cruise Control SystemNOTEFor operation procedures of each component of the cruise control system, refer to the respective section.• Control module: Control Unit">NOTE:System control of the cruise control is performed by each module. For procedure, refe ...

After driving
Always check your brakes for effectiveness immediately after driving in sand, mud or water. Do this by driving slowly and stepping on the brake pedal. Repeat that process several times to dry out the brake discs and brake pads. After driving through tall grass, mud, rocks, sand, riv ...

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