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What should I know about using my remote?
Your remote is attached to the key itself (it’s a single all-inclusive unit, called an Integrated Keyhead Transmitter, or IKT). It lets you do a lot of different things without having to be physically at the vehicle. Here’s what you can do:
You can use the remote outside the car, but you can also use it when it’s in the ignition, with the exception of during the actual cranking process.
You can only use the Panic button when the ignition is turned off.
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