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Q: How do I customize the auto door locking and unlocking?

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How do I customize the auto door locking and unlocking?

Like many other models on the road, the Honda Accord features an auto door locking/unlocking function. It’s designed to ensure that your doors lock when the vehicle is in motion, but it can be customized with one of three settings.

  • You can choose to have the auto door locks activated at all times.

  • You can choose to set the doors to lock after the car reaches 10 MPH.

  • You can choose to have the doors lock when you shift from park to drive.

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