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Personal Profile
The concept
You can set several of your vehicle's functions
to suit your personal needs and preferences.
Through Personal Profile, most of these set‐
tings are stored for the remote control cur‐
rently in use.
While the vehicle is being unlocked, the re‐
mote control is recognized and the settings
stored with it are called up and imple‐
mented.
Your personal settings will be recognized
and called up again even if the vehicle has
been used in the meantime by someone
else with another remote control.
The individual settings are stored for no
more than three remote controls.
Personal Profile settings
The following functions and settings can be
stored in a profile.
More information on the settings can be found
under:
Response of the central locking system
when the car is being unlocked, refer to
page 22.
Automatic locking of the vehicle, refer to
page 26.
Triple turn signal activation, refer to
page 53.
Settings for the displays in the speedometer
and tachometer:
12h/24h clock format, refer to
page 64.
Date format, refer to page 64.
Units of measure for fuel consumption,
distance covered/remaining distances,
and temperature, refer to page 64.
Light settings:
Headlight courtesy delay feature, refer
to page 71.
Daytime running lights, refer to
page 70.
Automatic climate control, refer to
page 93: AUTO program, activating/deac‐
tivating the cooling function, setting the
temperature, air volume, and air distribu‐
tion.
Entertainment:
Last entertainment source.
Radio MINI Boost CD:
Tone settings, refer to page 126.
Volume, refer to page 126.
Central locking system
The concept
The central locking system becomes active
when the driver's door is closed.
The system simultaneously engages and re‐
leases the locks on the following:
Doors.
Tailgate.
Fuel filler flap.
Operating from the outside
Via the remote control.
Via the door lock.
In cars with Comfort Access, via the door
handles on the driver's and front passenger
sides.
The following takes place simultaneously when
locking/unlocking the vehicle via the remote
control:
Depending on the vehicle equipment, the
anti-theft protection is switched on and off
as well. The anti-theft protection makes it
impossible to unlock the doors using the
lock buttons or door handles.
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Summary of Content

Personal ProfileThe conceptYou can set several of your vehicle's functionsto suit your personal needs and preferences. Through Personal Profile, most of these settings are stored for the remote control currently in use. While the vehicle is being unlocked, the remote control is recognized and the settingsstored with it are called up and implemented. Your personal settings will be recognizedand called up again even if the vehicle hasbeen used in the meantime by someoneelse with another remote control. The individual settings are stored for nomore than three remote controls.Personal Profile settingsThe following functions and settings can bestored in a profile.More information on the settings can be foundunder: Response of the central locking systemwhen the car is being unlocked, refer topage 22. Automatic locking of the vehicle, refer topage 26. Triple turn signal activation, refer topage 53. Settings for the displays in the speedometerand tachometer: 12h/24h clock format, refer topage 64. Date format, refer to page 64. Units of measure for fuel consumption,distance covered/remaining distances,and temperature, refer to page 64. Light settings: Headlight courtesy delay feature, referto page 71. Daytime running lights, refer topage 70. Automatic climate control, refer topage 93: AUTO program, activating/deactivating the cooling function, setting thetemperature, air volume, and air distribution. Entertainment: Last entertainment source. Radio MINI Boost CD:Tone settings, refer to page 126.Volume, refer to page 126.Central locking systemThe conceptThe central locking system becomes activewhen the driver's door is closed.The system simultaneously engages and releases the locks on the following: Doors. Tailgate. Fuel filler flap.Operating from the outside Via the remote control. Via the door lock. In cars with Comfort Access, via the doorhandles on the driver's and front passengersides.The following takes place simultaneously whenlocking/unlocking the vehicle via the remotecontrol: Depending on the vehicle equipment, theanti-theft protection is switched on and offas well. The anti-theft protection makes itimpossible to unlock the doors using thelock buttons or door handles.Seite 21Opening and closingCONTROLS21Online Edition for Part no. 01 40 2 964 433 - VI/15