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Skoda Fabia: Unlocking and locking

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Vehicle key

Fig. 25 Key: without/with remote control
Fig. 25 Key: without/with remote control

Two keys are provided with the vehicle. Depending on the equipment, your vehicle can be equipped with keys without radio remote control » Fig. 25 -  or
with radio remote control» Fig. 25 - .


WARNING

  • Never leave the key in the vehicle when you exit the vehicle. Unauthorized persons, such as children, for example, could lock the car, turn on the ignition or start the engine - there is the danger of injury and accidents occurring!
  • When leaving the vehicle, never leave people who are not completely independent, such as children, unattended in the vehicle. The children might, for example, release the handbrake or take the vehicle out of gear. The vehicle could then start to move – risk of accident! These individuals would possibly not be able to leave the vehicle on their own or to help themselves.

    At very high or very low temperatures can be fatal!

CAUTION

  • Each key contains electronic components; therefore it must be protected against moisture and severe shocks.
  • Keep the groove of the keys absolutely clean. Impurities (textile fibres, dust, etc.) have a negative effect on the functionality of the locking cylinder and ignition lock.
  • Operation of the remote control may temporarily be affected by interference from transmitters close to the car operating in the same frequency range (e.g.

    mobile phone, TV transmitter)

  • The battery must be replaced if the central locking only reacts to the remote control at less than 3 metres away » page 43.

Note

  • When leaving the vehicle, always check if this is locked.
  • Please contact a specialist garage if you lose a key as they can obtain a new one for you.

Replacing the battery in the remote control key

Fig. 26 Remote control key: Remove cover/remove battery
Fig. 26 Remote control key: Remove cover/remove battery

Each remote control key contains a battery located under the cover A » Fig. 26. The battery needs replacing if red indicator light » Fig. 25 on page 42 -  B does not go on when you press a button on the remote control key. We recommend having key battery replaced by a specialist garage. However, if you would like to replace the discharged battery yourself proceed as follows.

  • Flip out the key.
  • Press off the battery cover with your thumb or using a flat screwdriver in the region of arrows 1 » Fig. 26.
  • Remove the discharged battery from the key by pressing the battery downwards in the region of arrow 2 .
  • Insert the new battery. Ensure that the “+” symbol on the battery is facing upwards. The correct polarity is shown on the battery cover.
  • Place the battery cover on the key and press it down until it clicks into place.

CAUTION

  • Pay attention to the correct polarity when changing the battery.
  • The replacement battery must have the same specification as the original battery.

For the
sake of the environment

Dispose of the used battery in accordance with national legal provisions.

Note

  • The system has to be synchronised, if the vehicle cannot be unlocked or locked with the remote control key after replacing the battery » page 49.
  • Replacing the battery in the key a glued decorative cover requires the cover to be destroyed. A replacement cover can be purchased from a ŠKODA Partner.

Child safety lock

Fig. 27 Switching child safety lock on: for vehicles without or with central locking system
Fig. 27 Switching child safety lock on: for vehicles without or with central locking system

The child safety lock prevents the corresponding rear door from being opened from the inside. The door can only be opened from the outside.

You can switch the child safety lock on and off using the vehicle key.

Switching on

  • On vehicles without central locking, turn the slot of the lock in the left-hand door anti-clockwise » Fig. 27 - A and clockwise in the right-hand door.
  • On vehicles with central locking, turn the slot of the lock in the left-hand door clockwise » Fig. 27 - B and anti-clockwise on the right-hand door.

Switching off

  • On vehicles without central locking, turn the slot of the lock on the left-hand door clockwise and anti-clockwise on the right-hand door
  • On vehicles with central locking, turn the slot of the lock on the left-hand door anti-clockwise and clockwise on the right-hand door.

Opening/closing the door

Fig. 28 Door handle/door opening lever
Fig. 28 Door handle/door opening lever

Opening from the outside

  • Unlock the vehicle and pull the door handle A » Fig. 28 on the door you wish to open.

Opening from the inside

  • Pull on door handle B of the door and push the door away from you.

Closing from the inside

  • Grab the pull handle C and close the door.

WARNING

  • Make sure that the door has closed correctly as it can open suddenly while the vehicle is being driven – there is a risk of death.
  • Only open and close the door when there is no one in the opening/closing sweep – there is a risk of injury.
  • An opened door can close spontaneously if there is a strong wind or the vehicle is on a slope – there is a risk of injury.
  • Never drive with the doors open - it can be fatal!

Locking/unlocking the vehicle without central locking

Fig. 29 Securing knob in the front door/rear door
Fig. 29 Securing knob in the front door/rear door

The locking knob » Fig. 29 will move upwards or downwards when you lock or unlock the door.

Unlocking from the outside

Unlock the front door with the key » page 47.

Unlocking from the inside

  • Pull on the door opening lever.

Locking from the outside

  • Lock the front door with the key » page 47.

Locking from the inside

  • Push the locking knob » Fig. 29 down.

WARNING

Locked doors prevent unwanted entry into the vehicle from outside, for example at road crossings. Locked doors do, however, make it more difficult for rescuers to get into the vehicle in an emergency – risk of death!

Note

  • Lock the opened rear doors and front passenger door by closing them and pressing the securing knob.
  • It is not possible to lock the opened driver's door using the securing knob.

    This prevents against inadvertently locking the key in the vehicle.

Emergency locking of the doors

Fig. 30 Rear door: Emergency locking of the door
Fig. 30 Rear door: Emergency locking of the door

An emergency locking mechanism is located on the end face of the doors which have no locking cylinder, it is only visible after the door is opened.

Locking

  • Remove the cover A » Fig. 30.
  • Insert the key into the slot B and turn it into the horizontal position in the direction of the arrow (mirror-inverted on the right doors).
  • Replace the cover.

After closing the door, it no longer be opened from the outside. The door can be unlocked from the inside by pulling on the door handle again, and then opened from the outside.

    Unlocking and locking

    Central locking system

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