If the key doesn't work then it can't be activated. If it's activated you don't need a key. If it's not activated and the key doesn't work, contact Microsoft support.
F key have two functions. 1) One function is activated by the F-key itself. 2) Other function is activated by pressing the Fn key plus the F-key.
The Mac's shift key is activated by pressing it down.
Most cars have a lever or a button either under the driver's seat or in the glove compartment that will open the trunk.
It's another way of hitting the HOME key.
The back of the seat has a key hole. Insert ignition key, turn, lift and slide aft a bit. Seat will go back on with the key or without (just press down hard without key).
Look at the ignition key. You remove the seat by turning the key without pushing down on the key to the seat removal location. It says where to turn it to. The seat should then pop up a little in the front.
because it will still be on for you to know it is not activated by the key any way
use the key slot on the right side about 5" below the seat, turn key and pull up rear seat.
* Unlatch the rear seat back and tilt forward * Unhook the outer side belt retractor from the rear seat back * Remove the spacer from the right key pin * Slide the seat back to the right and disengage the left key pin from the left key slot * Slide the seat back to the left and disengage the right key slot from the right key slot * Remove the seat back * Press the seat cushion retainer to the rear with a screwdriver * Lift the seat cushion up and remove it
Theft alarm has been activated. Try unlocking the doors with the key.Theft alarm has been activated. Try unlocking the doors with the key.
No, it can open normally
Use the key to unlock it. The key is manually activated. Only the keyless entries will not work when the battery is dead.
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Press Enter key or F key
It is possible to program one key fob to use on two different cars. If the key fob uses a primitive fixed code system, programming two cars will not work.
use the ignition key to remove the rear seat, use a 4mm Allen wrench to take off the black side panels, use a 6mm Allen key to unbolt the front seat use the ignition key to remove the rear seat, use a 4mm Allen wrench to take off the black side panels, use a 6mm Allen key to unbolt the front seat
If its the same as my 2000 YZF600R you put the key in the helmet lock and turn the key to the right, while you hold the key in that position you should be able to lift the seat from the rear.
Insert the ignition key in the lock located on the left side of the bike, just below the passenger portion of the seat. Turn the key while lifting up on the rear of the seat. After the rear of the seat comes up, pull the seat towards the rear of the bike and it is off. zeton500
with right hand place key in lock ,turn key to unlock seat and lift with left hand . with your right hand strike the seat in the middle with your fist in the direction of the fuel tank seat should be free to lift off . if not repeat . to fit seat place the seat on top of the bike locate and strike the seat in the middle to locate . easy as abc.
Turn key anti clockwise and seat will click open
i guess the auto theft system was activated
Here's what my Haynes manual says. I'm not sure if it pertains to a split seat or not. It may be more Cavalier oriented than Sunfire oriented. Unlatch the rear seat back and tilt it forward. Unhook the outer side belt retractor from the rear seat back. Remove the spacer from right key pin. Slide the seat back to the right and disengage the left key pin from the left key slot. Slide the seat back to the left and disengage the right key slot from the right from the right key slot. (Haynes gibberish?) Remove the seat back. Press the seat cushion retainer to the rear with a screwdriver. Lift the seat cushion up and remove it. Installation is the reverse of removal. Haynes has no photos of the procedure. FriPilot