In order to facilitate the use of a limited number of functions with the engine switched off, the car's electrical system can be set in 3 different levels - 0, I and II. These levels are described with the denomination "ignition position" throughout the owner's manual.
The following table shows the functions available in each ignition position/level:
The functions are time-controlled in this ignition position and are switched off automatically after a period of time.
This ignition position consumes a lot of current from the starter battery and should therefore be avoided!
Selecting ignition position
- Ignition position 0 - Unlock the car and store the remote control key inside the car.
- Ignition position I - Turn the ignition dial to START and release it. The control automatically returns to its starting position.
- Ignition position II - Turn the ignition dial to START and hold it in the START position for approx. 4 seconds. Then release the knob, which automatically returns to its starting position.
- Back to ignition position 0 - To return to ignition position 0 from position I and II - Turn the ignition dial to STOP and release it. The control automatically returns to its starting position.