My wifes locks the same when she takes off when she comes to a stop and takes the key out of the ignition barrel all the doors unlock again.
Mine unlocks both doors when removing the key from ignition lock.
If you first open the drivers door then remove key from the ignition the doors wont unlock( as I remember).
Did 10 tests. Unlocked the car then stood beside it with the keys in my hand. I held the metal bit that goes into the ignition not the buttons. The car locked after precisely 30 seconds every time. Tomorrow i will walk away to 5 metres and repeat the test then 10 metres etc.
appear to think its OK providing the ignition and doors are locked and the alarm is on. The car will still be running and unattended thus illegal. For the odd few days its cold enough to be an issue why bother. I just scrape the screen with a hard rubber scraper that does no damage to the car or environment. And when you have made changes to the vehicle wiring any problems will be yours to sort kia
off but when you come to a stop she will not unlock as the manual states.she has always done this since i bought her so Im not sure if this is due to manual override or if its a fault.has this happened to anyone else and dose anyone.the warrenty is no longer valid as the preveuis owner dident keep up the services.any help is greatly appriecated. 08 ceed ls 1.6 CRDI estate. No not a fault. A kia
mine dose the same in the front passenger door but what i didnt explain very well is that the back doors will not unlock after pulling the key out of the ignition.is this the same with all ceeds also Adriano.how did you disabled the system on your sportswagon
the same in the front passenger door but what i didnt explain very well is that the back doors will not unlock after pulling the key out of the ignition.is this the same with all ceeds also Adriano.how did you disabled the system on your sportswagon My first ceed was a SW LS CRDi and over 2 years I didnt have any problem with the back doors operating differently to the others or the tailgate. A kia
These are some steps you can try and may or may not work. kia user manuals are not always correct so for my car it was the last sequence that worked. 1. Turn the ignition switch to ON position. 2. Select the defroster position pressing the front defroster button 3. While pressing the air conditioning button (AC) press the air intake control button (recirculated air position) at least 5 times within
The problems I have had with the locking system is that when the keys are removed from the ignition you dont get the disconection from the system and the door will not lock with the key fob if you put keys back into ignition and pull them out again you should hear a click they will then work ok I am having other electrical faults with my ceed SW all the lights are flickering and the radio goes off
Hi Dragan posted this to me and hooray it worked hope it does for you mate Hello York and welcome. When you pull over next to your news stand shut the engine take your keys out of ignition and THEN turn the light switch on to activate parking lights. If you do that with your keys still in ignition taking keys out will cancel your action due to the kia automatic lights shut down system designed to protect your battery if you forget to turn the lights off.
Why muck about with it without the right kit and what would you do with 55 litres of petrol once youd got it out Properly dangerous stuff. There are companies who specialise in this type of thing for example Fuel Doctor - The UKs Fuel Emergency Service I would just get them in and pay what you need to. Just my opinion. Good luck be safe. Edit I read somewhere (true or not) that even turning on the
Quote Originally Posted by exceeder I dont wantlike air direction from the dash (to the face) since I have some problems with my eyes and ears. Oh I realise that people have different requirements but my question was aimed at trying to satisfy my curiosity for the reasoning for directing air to the screen other than for demist. Even manual systems seem biased to do this. But I see your point though.