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Seat Ibiza: Central locking

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Description

The central locking system enables you to lock and unlock all the doors and the tailgate from one point. Central locking can be activated using any of the following options:

• the key, by inserting it into the driver's door cylinder and rotating manually,

• the central locking button, (electronic control) in the passenger compartment,

• the radio frequency remote control, using the buttons on the key. Various functions are available to improve the vehicle security:

- Locking system “Safe”

- Selective unlocking system*

- Auto-locking to prevent involuntary unlocking

- Automatic speed dependent locking and unlocking system

- Emergency unlocking system


Note

For anti-theft security, only the driver's door is fitted with a lock cylinder.

Safety system “Safe”

This is an anti-theft device consisting of a double lock for the door locks and a deactivation function for the boot in order to make forced entry more difficult.

Activation

The “safe” system is activated when the vehicle is locked using the key or the remote control. To activate this system
with the key, rotate the key once in the door lock cylinder in the locking direction. To activate the system using the remote control, press the lock button on the remote once. When this system is activated, it is not possible to open the doors normally, from the outside or the inside. The boot/tailgate may not be opened. The central locking button does not work.

Voluntary deactivation

The “Safe” system can be deactivated voluntarily by the user. This is done by locking two times in quick succession (in under 2 seconds). This double locking can be executed using the key or the remote control. Using the key, rotate the lock cylinder twice in the locking direction.

To activate the system using the remote control, press the lock button on the remote twice. When the “Safe” system
is deactivated, the alarm volumetric sensor is also deactivated. When the “Safe” system is deactivated, the doors are locked using the simple locking system, meaning that they may be opened from the interior but not from the exterior.

Involuntary deactivation

The methods described for deactivation of the “Safe” system may be executed involuntarily (for example, if we press the button  
because we want to lock the vehicle, and it locks as a result, however, we are not sure that it is locked and we press the button once more within 2 seconds, we will have deactivated the “Safe” system).

Deactivation when opening

To deactivate the system on opening, see “Selective unlocking system.

“Safe” status

On the driver's door, there is a light indicator visible from the outside of the vehicle that indicates the “Safe” system status. We can see that the “Safe” system is activated, by the flashing of the light indicator. The indicator will flash on all vehicles, whether they are fitted with an alarm or not, and until the vehicle is unlocked.

Remember:

Safe activated with or without alarm:

Indicator flashes continuously.

Safe deactivated without alarm:

The indicator remains off.

Safe deactivated with alarm:

The indicator remains off.

WARNING

No one should remain in the vehicle if the “Safe” deadlock mechanism has been activated. It is not possible to open the doors from the inside or the outside and this would make any outside intervention difficult in case of emergency. Danger of death. People could become trapped inside in an emergency.

Selective unlocking system

This system allows for unlocking only the driver's door, or all the vehicle.

Driver's door unlock button

This is done by a simple unlocking (once). This can be done with the key or the remote control.

With the key

, rotate the key once in the lock cylinder in the unlock direction. The driver's door will be released from the “Safe” system and unlocked and may be opened, the indicator light will also be switched off. For vehicles fitted with an alarm, this system is deactivated.

Using the remote control, press the unlock button on the remote once. The “Safe” system is deactivated
for all the vehicle, only the driver's door is unlocked for opening, the alarm is turned off as is the light indicator.

Unlocking all doors and the boot

So that all the doors and the boot can be opened, the unlock button on the remote must be pressed twice.
The button must be pressed twice in under 2 seconds and this will deactivate the “Safe” system for all the vehicle, all doors will be unlocked and the boot will be activated. The indicator will be turned off as will be the alarm for those vehicles fitted with one.

Unlocking the boot

See and.

Locking system for involuntary unlocking

This is an anti-theft system and will avoid situations where the vehicle is opened unintentionally

The vehicle will be re-locked automatically, if it is unlocked and neither the boot or any of the doors are opened within 30 seconds. This function prevents the vehicle from remaining unlocked if the unlocking button is pressed by mistake.

Automatic speed dependent locking and unlocking system

This is a safety system to prevent access to the vehicle from the exterior when the vehicle is in transit (for example, when stopped at a traffic light).

Locking

The doors and the boot are automatically locked when vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h.

If the vehicle is stopped and one of the doors is opened, when the vehicle moves off again and exceeds a speed of 15 km/h the unlocked door(s) will be locked once more.

Unlocking

The driver's door automatically unlocks when the key is removed from the ignition.

Each door may be unlocked and opened from the interior (for example when a passenger gets out). For this, simply operate the lever on the inside of the door twice.

WARNING

The door handles should never be operated when the vehicle is running: the door will open.

Emergency unlocking system

The entire vehicle is unlocked if the airbags are triggered during an accident, except for the boot. It is possible to lock the vehicle from inside using the central locking, after turning the ignition off and back on again.

Central locking button

The vehicle can be locked and unlocked from the inside using the central locking button.


Fig. 43 Central locking button

Locking the vehicle

– Press the button   ⇒ 
.


Unlocking the doors

– Press the button .


The central locking button is still operative when the ignition is switched off. Except, if the "safe" security system is activated. Please note the following when you use the central locking button to lock your vehicle:

• It will not be possible to open the doors or the tailgate from the outside (this may offer extra safety, for instance when stopped at traffic lights).

• The driver's door cannot be locked if it is open. This prevents you from locking yourself out of the vehicle.

• Repeated operation of the central locking will deactivate the central locking button for 30 seconds. Once this time has passed, the button may be used once more.

• There is a danger that the key may remain inside the vehicle, if the vehicle is locked using the central locking button when the driver's door is closed and, for example, the passenger door open. If this door is closed, then the keys will remain inside the vehicle.

• All doors may be locked separately from inside the car. Do this by pulling the door release lever twice.

WARNING

• If the vehicle is locked, children and disabled people may be trapped inside.

• The central locking button is not operative in the following cases.

• When the vehicle is locked from the outside (using the remote or the key).

• While the ignition is not activated after unlocking the door lock cylinder with the key.


Note

• Vehicle locked, button


• Vehicle unlocked, button


Childproof locks

The childproof lock prevents the rear doors being opened from the inside. This system prevents minors from opening a door accidentally while the vehicle is moving.


Fig. 44 Child safety lock on the left hand side door


Fig. 45 Child safety lock on the right hand side door

This function is independent of the electronic opening and locking systems of the vehicle. It only affects the rear doors. It is only possible to activate it and deactivate it manually, as described below:

Activating the childproof lock

– Unlock the car and open the door you wish to childproof. – With the door open, rotate the groove in the door using the ignition key, anti-clockwise for the left hand side doors, and clockwise for the right hand side doors, fig. 44,, fig. 45.

Deactivating the childproof lock

– Unlock the car and open the door for which you wish to deactivate the childproof lock. – With the door open, rotate the groove in the door using the ignition key, anti-clockwise for the right-hand side doors, and clockwise for the left-hand side doors, fig. 44,, fig. 45.

When the childproof lock is activated, the door can be opened from the outside only. The childproof lock can be activated and deactivated using the key in the groove when the door is open, as described above.

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