Subaru Forester: Alarm system / Disarming the system

Perform either of the following procedures.

  • Briefly press a button (for less than 2 seconds) on the access key fob/remote transmitter.
  • Carry the access key fob and perform either of the following procedures (models with “keyless access with push-button start system”).
    • Grip the front door handle.
    • Press the rear gate opener button.
    • Unlock using the PIN code access.

The flashing of the security indicator light will then change slowly (once approximately every 3 seconds from twice approximately every 2 seconds), indicating that the alarm system has been disarmed.

Emergency disarming

If you cannot disarm the system using the access key fob/transmitter (i.e., the transmitter is lost, broken or the transmitter battery is too weak), you can disarm the system without using the access key fob/ remote transmitter.

The system can be disarmed if you turn the ignition switch from the “LOCK”/“OFF” position to the “ON” position with a registered key/access key fob.

NOTE

For models with “keyless access with push-button start system”, if the access key fob battery is discharged, perform the procedure described in “Switching power status”. In such a case, replace the battery immediately. Refer to “Replacing battery of access key fob”.

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