pg 226 owners manual.It is important that only one pressure-sensitive
surface is activated at a time. If the handle
is grasped at the same time as the lock
area is pressed, there is a risk that double
commands may be sent. This may cause the
requested action (locking/unlocking) to be delayed
or not performed at all.
Thanks for the info. I'm fairly confident I do touch the indentation, but perhaps I'm not doing it quite correctly. I'll give it more attention tomorrow and see how it goes. As for the red key someone mentioned, no, it lives in the house, not in the car.Touch the indentation on the face of the handle or back side of handle...those are the pressure sensitive spots.
Volvo makes following warning:
pg 226 owners manual.
Exactly what I was going to say - phone and key in the same pocket, purse, or holding both in the same hand will give mixed results. It took me getting used to not confusing the car by touching the unlock and lock on the handle, but now locking works consistently for me.Key fob and cell phone in same pocket could be affected by interference.
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I need to update my response; I have diligently been locking my door with only my thumb on the indentation.... IT WORKS... so far 100% of the time. In my case my door locking woes were clearly user error. Thanks to all who responded.Not for me!
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