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Opel Crossland X (2018 year). Manual - part 2

 

 

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Keys, doors and windows

Keys, doors and

windows

Keys, locks ................................... 22

Keys .......................................... 22

Radio remote control ................. 23

Electronic key system ................ 24

Central locking system .............. 25

Automatic locking ...................... 29

Child locks ................................. 30

Doors ........................................... 31

Load compartment .................... 31

Vehicle security ............................ 32

Anti-theft locking system ........... 32

Anti-theft alarm system .............. 33

Immobiliser ................................ 35

Exterior mirrors ............................ 35

Convex shape ........................... 35

Electric adjustment .................... 35

Folding mirrors .......................... 36

Heated mirrors ........................... 36

Interior mirrors ............................. 37

Manual anti-dazzle .................... 37

Automatic anti-dazzle ................ 37

Windows ...................................... 37

Windscreen ............................... 37

Power windows ......................... 38

Heated rear window .................. 39

Heated windscreen .................... 40

Sun visors .................................. 41

Roof ............................................. 41

Glass panel ............................... 41

Keys, locks

Keys

Caution

Do not attach heavy or bulky items

to the ignition key.

Replacement keys

The key number is specified on a

detachable tag.
The key number must be quoted

when ordering replacement keys as it

is a component of the immobiliser

system.
Locks 3 221.
Central locking 3 25.
Starting the engine 3 136.
Radio remote control 3 23.
Electronic key 3 24.
The code number of the adapter for

the locking wheel nuts is specified on

a card. It must be quoted when

ordering a replacement adapter.
Wheel changing 3 213.

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Key with foldaway key section

Press button to extend. To fold the

key, first press the button.

Radio remote control

Enables operation of the following

functions via the use of the remote

control buttons:

● central locking system 3 25
● anti-theft locking system 3 32
● anti-theft alarm system 3 33
● tailgate unlocking 3 25
● power windows 3 38
● mirrors folding

The remote control has a range of up

to 100 metres, but may also be much

less due to external influences. The

hazard warning flashers confirm

operation.
Handle with care, protect from

moisture and high temperatures and

avoid unnecessary operation.

Replacing battery in radio remote

control

Replace the battery as soon as the

range reduces.

Batteries do not belong in household

waste. They must be disposed of at

an appropriate recycling collection

point.

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1. To unclip the cover insert a small

screwdriver between the back

cover and the remote control.

2. Remove the back cover.
3. Extract the flat battery from its

location.

4. Replace battery with a battery of

the same type. Pay attention to

the installation position.

5. Clip the cover in place.

Fault

If the central locking system cannot

be operated with the radio remote

control, the cause may be one of the

following:

● Fault in radio remote control.
● The range is exceeded.
● The battery voltage is too low.
● Frequent, repeated operation of

the radio remote control while not

in range, which will require re-

synchronisation.

● Overload of the central locking

system by operating at frequent

intervals, the power supply is

interrupted for a short time.

● Interference from higher-power

radio waves from other sources.

Manual unlocking 3 25.

Electronic key system

Enables a keyless operation of the

following functions:

● central locking system 3 25
● ignition switching on and starting

the engine 3 136

The electronic key simply needs to be

on the driver's person.
Additionally, the electronic key

includes the functionality of the radio

remote control 3 23.
Handle with care, protect from

moisture and high temperatures and

avoid unnecessary operation.

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Replacing battery in electronic

key

Replace the battery as soon as the

system no longer operates properly

or the range is reduced. The need for

battery replacement is indicated by a

message in the Driver Information

Centre 3 102.

Batteries do not belong in household

waste. They must be disposed of at

an appropriate recycling collection

point.

1. To unclip the cover insert a small

screwdriver in the cutout.

2. Remove the cover.
3. Extract the flat battery from its

location.

4. Replace battery with a battery of

the same type. Pay attention to

the installation position.

5. Clip the cover in place.

Fault

If the central locking cannot be

operated or the engine cannot be

started, the cause may be one of the

following:

● Fault in electronic key.
● Electronic key is out of reception

range.

● The battery voltage is too low.
● Overload of the central locking

system by operating at frequent

intervals, the power supply is

interrupted for a short time.

● Interference from higher-power

radio waves from other sources.

To rectify the cause of the fault,

change the position of the electronic

key.
Manual unlocking 3 25.

Central locking system

Unlocks and locks doors, load

compartment and fuel filler flap.
Pull an interior door handle fully to

unlock and open the respective door.

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Note

In the event of an accident in which

airbags or belt pretensioners are

deployed, the vehicle is

automatically unlocked.
Note

A short time after unlocking with the

remote control the doors are locked

automatically if no door has been

opened.

Remote control operation

Unlocking

Press O.

Unlocking mode can be set in the

vehicle personalisation menu in the

Info-Display. Two settings are

selectable:

● All doors, load compartment and

fuel filler flap will be unlocked by

pressing O once.

● Only the driver's door and fuel

filler flap will be unlocked by

pressing O once. To unlock all

doors and load compartment,

press O twice.

Select the relevant setting in the

Vehicle personalisation.
Vehicle personalisation 3 103.

Unlocking the tailgate

Press P longer to unlock the

tailgate only.
Unlocking and opening the tailgate

3

 31.

Locking

Close doors, load compartment and

fuel filler flap.

Press N.
If a door is not closed properly, the

central locking system will not work.

Confirmation

Operation of the central locking

system is confirmed by the hazard

warning flashers.

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Electronic key system operation

The electronic key must be outside

the vehicle, within a range of approx.

one metre of the relevant door side.

Unlocking

Pass your hand behind any door

handle to unlock the vehicle or press

the tailgate touchpad.
Unlocking mode can be set in the

vehicle personalisation. Three

settings are selectable:

● Only the driver's door will be

unlocked by passing your hand

behind the driver's door handle.

● All doors, load compartment and

fuel filler flap will be unlocked by

passing your hand behind any of

the door handles or by pressing

the tailgate touchpad.

● Only the tailgate will be unlocked

by pressing the tailgate

touchpad.

Vehicle personalisation 3 103

Locking

Press with a finger or thumb on one

of the door handles (at the markings)

or press the tailgate touchpad.
All doors, load compartment and fuel

filler flap will be locked.

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The system locks if any door has

been opened and all doors are now

closed.
If the driver's door is not closed

properly, the electronic key remains in

the vehicle or the ignition is not off,

locking will not be permitted and a

warning chime sounds.
If there have been two or more

electronic keys in the vehicle and the

ignition was on once, the doors will be

locked even if just one electronic key

is taken out of the vehicle.

Unlocking and opening the tailgate

The tailgate can be unlocked and

opened by pushing the touchpad

under the tailgate moulding when the

electronic key is in range. The doors

remain locked depending on the

configuration in the vehicle

personalisation.
Load compartment 3 31
Vehicle personalisation 3 103

Operation with buttons on the

electronic key

The central locking system can also

be operated with the buttons on the

electronic key.
Press O to unlock the driver's door

and the fuel filler flap or all doors, the

fuel filler flap and the tailgate.
Press N to lock the driver's door and

the fuel filler flap or all doors, the fuel

filler flap and the tailgate.
Press P longer to unlock and open

only the tailgate or all doors, the fuel

filler flap and the tailgate.
Remote control operation 3 25.

Confirmation

Operation of central locking system is

confirmed by the hazard warning

flashers.

Central locking buttons

Locks or unlocks all doors, the load

compartment and fuel filler flap from

the passenger compartment via a

switch.

Press Q to lock. The LED in the button

illuminates.
Press Q again to unlock. The LED in

the button extinguishes.

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Operation with the key in case of

a central locking system fault

In case of a fault, e.g. vehicle battery

or remote control/electronic key

battery is discharged, the driver's

door can be locked or unlocked with

the mechanical key.

Manual unlocking

Electronic key: press and hold the

latch to extract the integral key.

Manually unlock the driver's door by

inserting and turning the key in the

lock cylinder.

The other doors can be opened by

pulling the interior handle. The load

compartment and fuel filler flap will

possibly not be unlocked.
By switching on the ignition, the anti-

theft locking system is deactivated.

Manual locking

Manually lock the driver's door by

inserting and turning the key in the

lock cylinder.

To lock the other doors, first remove

the black cover by inserting a key and

turning clockwise.
Insert key into the recess and move

latch sideways.
Remove key and attach the black

cover.
The fuel filler flap and tailgate are

possibly not locked.

Automatic locking

Automatic locking after driving off

This system allows automatic locking

of the doors as soon as the speed of

the vehicle exceeds 10 km/h.

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If one of the doors or the load

compartment is open, the automatic

central locking does not take place.

This is signalled by the sound of the

locks rebounding, accompanied by

illumination of h in the instrument

panel, an audible signal and the

display of an alert message.

You can activate or deactivate this

function permanently. With the

ignition on, press Q until an audible

signal starts and a corresponding

message is displayed.
The state of the system stays in

memory when switching off the

ignition.

Automatic relock after unlocking

This feature automatically locks all

doors, load compartment and fuel

filler flap a short time after unlocking

with the remote control or electronic

key, provided no door has been

opened.

Child locks

9 Warning

Use the child locks whenever

children are occupying the rear

seats.

Mechanical child locks

Turn the red child lock in the rear

doors to the horizontal position by

using a key. The door cannot be

opened from the inside.
To deactivate, turn the child lock to

the vertical position.

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Electric child locks

Remotely operated system to prevent

opening of the rear doors using their

interior controls and use of the rear

electric windows.

Switching on

Press Ô. The indicator lamp in the

button comes on, accompanied by a

confirmation message. This indicator

lamp remains on until the child lock is

switched off.

Switching off

Press Ô again. The indicator lamp on

button goes off, accompanied by a

confirmation message. This indicator

lamp remains on while child lock is

switched on.

Doors

Load compartment

Tailgate

Opening

After unlocking, press the touchpad

switch above the licence plate and

open the tailgate.

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Closing

Use the interior handle.
Do not push the touchpad switch

whilst closing as this will unlock the

tailgate again.
Central locking system 3 25.

General hints for operating

tailgate

9 Danger

Do not drive with the tailgate open

or ajar, e.g. when transporting

bulky objects, since toxic exhaust

gases, which cannot be seen or

smelled, could enter the vehicle.

This can cause unconsciousness

and even death.

Caution

Before opening the tailgate, check

overhead obstructions, e.g. a

garage door, to avoid damage to

the tailgate. Always check the

moving area above and behind the

tailgate.

Note

The installation of certain heavy

accessories onto the tailgate may

affect its ability to remain open.
Note

At low outside temperatures the

tailgate may not open fully by itself.

In this event, lift the tailgate manually

to its normal end position.

Vehicle security

Anti-theft locking system

9 Warning

Do not use the system if there are

people in the vehicle! The doors

cannot be unlocked from the

inside.

The system deadlocks all the doors.

All doors must be closed otherwise

the system cannot be activated.
Unlocking the vehicle disables the

mechanical anti-theft locking system.

This is not possible with the central

locking button.

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Activating

Press N on the radio remote control

twice within five seconds.

Anti-theft alarm system

The anti-theft alarm system is

combined with the anti-theft locking

system.
It monitors:

● doors, tailgate, bonnet
● passenger compartment

including adjoining load

compartment

● vehicle inclination, e.g. if it is

raised

● ignition

Activation

All doors must be closed and the

electronic key of the electronic key

system must not remain in the

vehicle. Otherwise the system cannot

be activated.

● Radio remote control: self-

activated 30 seconds after

locking the vehicle by pressing e

once.

● Electronic key system: self-

activated 30 seconds after

locking the vehicle by pressing

with a finger or thumb on one of

the front door handles at the

markings.

● Radio remote control or

electronic key: directly by

pressing e twice within

five seconds.

● Electronic key system with

passive locking enabled: briefly

activated after passive locking

occurs.

Note

Changes to the vehicle interior such

as the use of seat covers and open

windows, could impair the function

of passenger compartment

monitoring.

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Activation without monitoring of

passenger compartment and

vehicle inclination

Switch off the monitoring of

passenger compartment and vehicle

inclination when animals are being

left in the vehicle, because of high

volume ultrasonic signals or

movements triggering the alarm. Also

switch off when the vehicle is on a

ferry or train.

1. Close tailgate, bonnet, windows.
2. Press o. LED in the button o

illuminates for a maximum of

ten minutes.

3. Close doors.
4. Activate the anti-theft alarm

system.

Status message is displayed in the

Driver Information Centre.

Indication

LED in the central locking button

flashes if the anti-theft alarm system

is activated.
Seek the assistance of a workshop in

the event of faults.

Deactivation

Radio remote control: Unlocking the

vehicle by pressing c deactivates the

anti-theft alarm system.

Electronic key system: Unlocking the

vehicle by pressing on one of the front

door handles at the markings

deactivates the anti-theft alarm

system.
The electronic key must be outside

the vehicle, within a range of approx.

one metre of the relevant door side.
The system is not deactivated by

unlocking the driver's door with the

key or with the central locking button

in the passenger compartment.

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Alarm

When triggered, the alarm horn

sounds and the hazard warning lights

flash simultaneously. The number

and duration of alarm signals are

stipulated by legislation.
The anti-theft alarm system can be

deactivated by pressing c, by

pressing the switch on the door

handle with electronic key system or

switching on the ignition.
The anti-theft alarm system can be

deactivated by pressing c, by

pressing on one of the front door

handles at the markings with

electronic key system or switching on

the ignition.
A triggered alarm, which has not been

interrupted by the driver, will be

indicated by the hazard warning

lights. They will flash quickly three

times the next time the vehicle is

unlocked with the radio remote

control. Additionally a warning

message is displayed in the Driver

Information Centre after switching on

the ignition.
Vehicle messages 3 102.

If the vehicle's battery is to be

disconnected (e.g. for maintenance

work), the alarm siren must be

deactivated as follows: switch the

ignition on then off, then disconnect

the vehicle's battery within

15 seconds.

Immobiliser

The system is part of the ignition

switch and checks whether the

vehicle is allowed to be started with

the key being used.
The immobiliser is activated

automatically after the key has been

removed from the ignition switch.

Note

Radio Frequency Identification

(RFID) tags may cause interference

with the key. Do not have it placed

near the key when starting the

vehicle.
Note

The immobiliser does not lock the

doors. You should always lock the

vehicle after leaving it and switch on

the anti-theft alarm system 3 25,

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 33.

Exterior mirrors

Convex shape

The convex exterior mirror on the

driver's side contains an aspherical

area and reduces blind spots. The

shape of the mirror makes objects

appear smaller, which will affect the

ability to estimate distances.
Side blind spot alert 3 169.

Electric adjustment

Select the relevant exterior mirror by

pushing the mirror button to the left or

right.

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Then swivel the control to adjust the

mirror.

Folding mirrors

For pedestrian safety, the exterior

mirrors will swing out of their normal

mounting position if they are struck

with sufficient force. Reposition the

mirror by applying slight pressure to

the mirror housing.

Electric folding

Pull mirror button rearwards. Both

exterior mirrors will fold.
Pull mirror button rearwards again to

return both exterior mirrors to their

original position.
If an electrically folded mirror is

manually extended, pulling mirror

button rearwards will only electrically

extend the other mirror.

Heated mirrors

Operated by pressing b.
Heating works with the engine

running and is switched off

automatically after a short time.
Heated rear window 3 39.

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Interior mirrors

Manual anti-dazzle

To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever on

the underside of the mirror housing.

Automatic anti-dazzle

Dazzle from following vehicles at

night is automatically reduced.

Windows

Windscreen

Windscreen stickers

Do not attach stickers such as toll

road stickers or similar on the

windscreen in the area of the interior

mirror. Otherwise the detection zone

of the sensor and the view area of the

camera in the mirror housing could be

restricted.

Windscreen replacement

Caution

If the vehicle has a front-looking

camera sensor for the driver

assistance systems, it is very

important that any windscreen

replacement is performed

accurately according to Opel

specifications. Otherwise, these

systems may not work properly

and there is a risk of unexpected

behaviour and/or messages from

these systems.

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