Allows you to change the unlocking function of your car.
One-stage unlocking means that all doors and the tailgate/boot lid are unlocked by a press the UNLOCK button on the remote control once. 2 stage unlocking means that the first press on the remote control UNLOCK button will unlock the driver's door only. A second press is required to unlock the remaining doors.
To date cars built for the US and Canada have been supplied with 2 stage unlocking. Cars built for other countries are supplied with one-stage unlocking.
Makes it possible to retrofit or remove the automatic locking function in your car. This function automatically locks the doors in the normal way (not deadlocking) when vehicle speed exceeds 7 km/h. If the doors are unlocked using the central locking button while the car is moving they remain unlocked until the ignition key is removed from the ignition switch. If the door is opened from the inside, when exiting the car for example, the door is locked again when the vehicle speed exceeds 7km/h.
An open door will not be locked. The doors are not unlocked automatically when the speed falls below 7 km/h.
Makes it possible to retrofit or remove the alarm activation / Deactivation function via the door locks in your car. The function makes it possible to activate/deactivate the car's alarm via the door locks.
NOTE: The function for alarm activation / deactivation provides inferior theft protection as a further means of deactivating the alarm is created. The function is not approved by insurance companies in SE, NO, FI, DK, NL, BE, FR, UK. Check which rules apply for your insurance.
Allows the seat heating in your car to be readjusted. The temperatures stated are approximate and specify low and high comfort levels. Cars built for northern Europe are normally delivered with 30-36°C (86-97°F) as low and high comfort levels.
CHANGE IN ACTIVATION LOGIC FOR PARKING ASSISTANCE¹
There is an option of changing the activation logic for parking assistance via VIDA. With such a change, the parking assistance will be disabled at 15 km/h (9 mph) as in the original version. The system is only reactivated, however, when the button is pushed or reverse gear is engaged, unlike the original system in which the system is reactivated once vehicle speed drops below 10 km/h (6 mph). The system is always enabled during a new driving cycle.
1. Ordered according to separate procedures and downloaded using VIDA.
2. For cars without Deadlocks.