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Skoda Fabia: Central locking system - Unlocking and locking - Using the system - Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Skoda Fabia: Central locking system

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

When using central locking or unlocking, all doors are locked or unlocked simultaneously.

The boot lid is unlocked when opening. It can be opened by pressing the handle above the licence plate » page 51, Opening/closing.

Warning light in the driver's door

After locking the vehicle, the warning light flashes for around 2 seconds in quick succession, afterwards it begins to flash evenly at longer intervals.

If the vehicle is locked and the safe securing system » page 46 is not operating, the warning light in the driver door flashes for about 2 seconds fast, goes out and starts to flash evenly at longer intervals after about 30 seconds.

If the indicator light first flashes fast for about 2 seconds, then lights up for about 30 seconds continuously and then flashes slowly, there is a fault in the central locking system or in the interior monitor and in the towing protection » page 50. Seek help from a specialist garage.

Convenience operation of windows

The windows can be opened and closed when unlocking and locking the vehicle » page 53.

CAUTION

If the safe securing system is activated» page 46, the door opening lever and the central locking buttons do not operate.

Note

In the event of an accident in which the airbags are deployed, the locked doors are automatically unlocked in order to enable rescuers to gain access to the vehicle.

Upon failure of the central locking system, only the driver's door can be unlocked or locked using the key. The other doors and the tailgate can be manually locked or unlocked.

  • Emergency locking of the door » page 45.
  • Emergency unlocking of the boot lid » page 51.

Individual settings

Opening a single door

This selection function makes it possible to only unlock the driver's door. The other doors remain locked and are only unlocked when the command is repeated.

Automatic locking and unlocking

All the doors and the boot lid are locked automatically once the car reaches a speed of about 15 km/h.

If the ignition key is withdrawn, the car is then automatically unlocked again.

In addition, it is possible for the driver or front passenger to unlock the car by pressing the central locking button  
 » page 47.

The doors can be unlocked and opened from the inside by a single pull on the opening lever of the respective door.

Note

Individual settings can be applied in a specialist workshop.

Safe securing

The central locking system is equipped with a safe securing system. The door locks are blocked automatically if the vehicle is locked from the outside. It is then not possible to open the doors with the door handle, either from the inside or from the outside.

You will be informed that the safe securing system is activated after the vehicle is locked by the CHECK DEADLOCK message on the instrument cluster display.

On vehicles equipped with the MAXI DOT display, the display shows Check deadlock. Log book!

Switching off

Opening can take place in one of the following ways.

  • By locking twice within 2 seconds.
  • By disabling the interior monitoring » page 50, Interior monitor and towing protection.

If the vehicle is locked and the safe securing system is switched off, the door can be opened separately from the inside by a single pull on the opening lever.

Switching on

The safelock switches on automatically the next time the vehicle is locked and unlocked.

Switch-on display

The warning light flashes for around 2 seconds in quick succession, afterwards it begins to flash evenly at longer intervals.

Switch-off display

The indicator light in the driver door flashes for about 2 seconds fast, goes out and starts to flash regularly at longer intervals after about 30 seconds.

WARNING

If the car is locked from the outside and the safelock system is switched on, no-one must be in the car, as it is then not possible to open either a door or a window from the inside. The locked doors make it more difficult for rescuers to get into the vehicle in an emergency – risk to life!

Note

This function is only enabled in certain countries.

Unlocking the vehicle using the key

Fig. 31 Turning the key for unlocking and locking the vehicle

Fig. 31 Turning the key for unlocking and locking the vehicle

  • Turn the key in the locking cylinder of the driver's door in the direction of travel (unlocking position) A » Fig. 31.
  • Pull the door handle and open the door.
  • All the doors (only the driver's door on vehicles with anti-theft alarm system) are unlocked.
  • The boot lid is then unlocked.
  • The switched on interior lights come on over the door contact.
  • The safe securing system is deactivated.
  • The windows open while the key is held in the unlock position.
  • The warning light in the driver door stops flashing if the car is not fitted with an anti-theft alarm system » page 49.

Note

If the vehicle is equipped with an anti-theft alarm system, you must insert the key into the ignition lock and switch the ignition on within 15 seconds after unlocking the door in order to deactivate the anti-theft alarm system. The alarm is triggered if the ignition is not switched on within 15 seconds.

Locking the vehicle with the key

  • Turn the key in the locking cylinder of the driver's door opposite to the direction of travel (locking position) B » Fig. 31 on page 47.
  • All the doors and the boot lid are locked.
  • The switched on interior lights will switch off over the door contact.
  • The windows and the electric sliding/tilting roof close while the key is held in the lock position.
  • The safe securing system is immediately activated.
  • The warning light in the driver door begins flashing.

Note

If the driver's door has been opened, the vehicle cannot be locked.

Vehicle locking/unlocking from the inside

Fig. 32 Centre console: Central locking button
Fig. 32 Centre console: Central locking button

If the vehicle was not locked from the outside, you can also unlock and lock it with the rocker switch » Fig. 32 even if the ignition is not switched on.

Locking all doors and the boot lid

Press  on
the button » Fig. 32. The symbol  in the button comes on.


Unlocking all doors and the boot lid

  • Press on the button » Fig.
    32. The symbol  in the button is no longer
    illuminated.

The following applies if your vehicle has been locked using the central locking button.

  • It is not possible to open the doors or the boot lid from the outside (safety feature, e.g. when stopping at traffic lights etc.).
  • The doors can be unlocked and opened from the inside by a single pull on the opening lever of the respective door
  • If at least one door has been opened, the vehicle cannot be locked.
  • In the event of an accident in which the airbags are deployed, the locked doors are automatically unlocked in order to enable rescuers to gain access to the vehicle.

WARNING

  • Doors locked from the inside make it difficult for rescuers to get into the vehicle in an emergency – danger to life!
  • If the safelock system is switched on » page 46, the door opening lever and the central locking buttons do not operate.
    Unlocking and locking

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