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b) Teaching in the case of a lost or faulty hand-held transmitter:

Risk of theft due to the lost hand-held transmitter !

> It is essential to identify and delete the transponder code of the lost hand-held transmitter as described in step 8 b).

> It is essential to identify and delete the radio code of the lost hand-held transmitter as described in step 12 b).

In this case, it is first necessary to identify and delete the stored transponder code of the lost hand-held transmitter. The remaining vehicle keys are required for this purpose. One after the other, insert the keys into the ignition lock, switch the ignition on and establish communication with the control module. Current transponder shows the transponder code of the vehicle key that is presently inserted in the ignition lock. Compare this transponder code with the transponder codes at positions 1 to 4. This comparison allows the position of the lost hand-held transmitter (transponder code) to be identified, as one transponder code is ultimately left over at positions 1 to 4. Insert the vehicle key equipped with the new hand-held transmitter into the ignition lock and switch on the ignition. Establish communication between the PST2 and the control module. Select the identified position using the arrow keys [a] and. [v], then delete the transponder code with key [F3]. Then

9. Press the double arrow key [«], select menu item Remote control and press the double

10. "Input key learning code" appears on the screen. With the arrow keys [a] or [v], input the key learning code and press the double

11. The following message appears on the screen: "Please confirm input'. Check the input and press the [F7] key to confirm the

12. Distinguish between loss and fault and additional hand-held transmitter for the radio a) Teaching an additional hand-held transmitter

Select the same position (1 to 4) as for the transponder key and press the [F8] key.

b) Teaching in the case of a lost or faulty hand-held transmitter:

In this case, it is first necessary to identify and delete the stored "radio code" of the lost hand-held transmitter. The remaining hand-held transmitters are required for this purpose. Press the locking button on the hand-held transmitter and then insert the vehicle key into the ignition lock, switch on the ignition and re-establish communication with the control module. Current radio key shows the "radio code" of the vehicle key that is presently inserted in the ignition lock.

Compare this radio code with the radio codes at positions 1 to 4. This comparison allows the position of the lost hand-held transmitter (radio code) to be identified, as one "radio code" is ultimately left over at positions 1 to 4.

Insert the vehicle key equipped with the new hand-held transmitter into the ignition lock and switch on the ignition. Establish communication with the control module. Select the identified position using the arrow keys [a] and. [v], then delete the radio code with key [F3]. Then press the [F8] key.

13. Carefully input the 24 digit code number with the arrow keys [a] or [v] and press the double arrow key [»].

14. The following message appears on the screen: "Please confirm input". Check the input and press the [F7] key.

15. Now the hand-held transmitter is taught. Go back to the menu item Learning function, remove the key and switch on the ignition again. Once the key has been removed again, the hand-held transmitter is ready for use. Check hand-held transmitter for operation.

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