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Keyless ignition

Keyless Ignition is the push-start ignition in most modern cars. The key fob gives an electronic sensor signal that indicates the vehicle to its identification.

The keyless entry system has a panel of buttons on the driver-side door. To unlock the door, the buttons must be pressed in the proper order. This code takes the place of the key. Some keyless entry systems,s can also be operated from up to 33 feet by a small held transmitter. Pushing a button on the transmitter will lock all doors, unlock all doors or open the trunk. Another button, the panic button serves as a s they deterrent or anti-theft device. Pushing the panic button with the ignition off will enable the to activate the horn and flashes the headlamps.