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Dogs And Keyless Entry

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Hello

my wife has just changed the car from a mr2 to Rav4 question being haw do I lock the car without setting the alarm when the dogs are in it preferably with the windows open a bit. Its a 2009 XTR I know it says in the owners manual but thats in Stoke and I'm in Cornwall Doh!

thanks Gaz

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Press the key fob lock 3 times, that disables the audible alarm

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Thanks Mystic tried that unfortunately it didn't work, good news is everyone on the campsite saw me waving my arms in the car :}

Gaz

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Oh, well im sorry. That usually does it! Good luck finding out, im sure someone here will know what to do

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As dogs don't have pockets I'd have though keyless entry was perfect for them.................

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thinking back it used to work on the mr2 thanks anyway

Gaz

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As dogs don't have pockets I'd have though keyless entry was perfect for them.................

But they keep letting themselves out!!!

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As you get out press the button by the front roof light, that turns off the sensors, then just lock the doors normally.

Gus

Edit: not the light switch, just the button near the light :-)

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As you get out press the button by the front roof light, that turns of the sensors, then just lock the doors normally.

Gus

Edit: not the light switch, just the button near the light :-)

You'll know if it's worked 'cos the LED repeater by the heater controls will flash quickly.

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That'll be he button that says OFF with a picture of a sensor?

Thanks Gus that seemed to do the trick

Gaz

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