This post was last updated on July 12th, 2018 at 04:47 pm
With the rapid development and innovation in the automobile market today, the high-tech configuration on the car has been gradually decentralized. Also, some of the more low-priced cars are appearing in luxury forms. I feel that keyless entry and keyless startup are now becoming absolutely necessary in modern vehicles. To this end, troubleshooting keyless startups is a cause for concern when a failure occurs.
Troubleshooting keyless startups: A brief introduction
With the keyless entry/startup configuration, many car owners don’t even use the keys when they use the car everyday. The convenience brought by this configuration is huge. But at the same time, there is a problem that bothers us. What should I do if keyless entry and keyless startup fail?
Troubleshooting keyless startups in modern vehicles
First of all, when there is no way to use the keyless entry and keyless start, we should check if the car key is out of power. In other words, if the battery is flat. By looking through the owner’s manual, we can solve this problem by replacing the battery.
But wait a minute, what if I can’t replace the battery for a while? It doesn’t matter. Engineers have already thought about the response. The key to all keyless entry models will retain the mechanical key. The mechanical key is ejected by the button on the key, and we can open the door through the mechanical switch.
Thirdly, after opening the door, how do I start the vehicle?. At this time, we only need to attach the car key to the key sensing position in the central control (the specific model position is different, you can look through the owner’s manual) to start the vehicle normally. There is a picture above to that illustrates this.
finally, if you find that you have replaced the battery or the above methods do not work, there may be a problem with the sensor module of the vehicle. At this time, the problem can only be solved by replacing the sensor module. Although the probability of the sensor module going bad is not big.