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      12-28-2012, 10:26 AM   #5
backpackerx
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Originally Posted by mullini View Post
I'm confused - if you have Comfort Access, which is basically keyless ignition, why are you putting the key in the slot? I don't even know why the slot is there on Comfort Access models - I suppose it is just a part of the BMW build configuration. The manual says that the Comfort Access key cannot be charged by inserting in the slot. Instead, there's a battery that has to be replaced periodically. Such is the case with the key for my Lexus IS250, a 2006 model.

My key stays in my pocket....
Usually the slot is only there so you can insert it to start the car if the fob battery dies. It doesn't need to be in there any other time.