Mitsubishi Grandis Warrior 2.0 DI-D (June 2007)

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Old 11-05-2010, 05:36 AM
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Not sure if this is a world wide forum or not, but in case of any doubt I am posting from the UK.

I bought the car above a few weeks ago.

I am wondering - Grandis appears to come with keyless entry system (Accoriding to what I have read on the internet). I did not get any manuals when I bought this car. Does this vehicle have keyless entry (it should do I guess as it is the top spec), and if so, how do I activate it?

Thanks

EDIT: It is keyless in the sense that it has a key but opens by pressing a 'plipper' on the key. I thought keyless meant that the car unlocked automatically when you approached the vehicle. Is my definition of keyless incorrect?
 

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Old 11-26-2010, 02:06 PM
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Keyless simply means that you do not have to put the key into the door. There are some model vehicles with a keyfob utilizing a bluetooth signal to a reciever in the car, when you step in range it connects and unlocks, when you step outside the range it will disconnect and lock.
 
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