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Renault Clio Manual: Keys/radio Frequency Remote Control

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1 Remote control coded ignition
key, key for doors and fuel filler
The plip remote control 1 locks and
unlocks the doors.
It is supplied with power by a
battery which has to be replaced
when the battery tell-tale light 2 no
longer comes on. (Refer to the
information on the radio frequency
remote control batteries.)
With the key in the ignition it
would be possible to operate
electrical equipment such as the
window risers and there is a risk
that the child may be seriously
injured (by trapping his or her
neck, arm, hand, etc.).
If there is a child (or
animal) in the car, never
leave it unattended with
the key in the ignition.
Locking/unlocking the doors
approximately one second to lock or
unlock the doors. (Tell-tale light 2
will switch on.)
- The hazard warning lights flash
twice to indicate that the doors
have been locked.
Note: Depending on the vehicle, if
either a door or tailgate is open or
not properly closed or if a rear
interior light remains in the
(see information on interior lights
in section 3), the hazard warning
lights will not flash.
- The hazard warning lights flash
once to indicate that the doors
have been unlocked.


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