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Q: How do I disable the autolock and autounlock features?

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How do I disable the autolock and autounlock features?

Autolock and Autounlock are two features that control when the doors to lock and unlock. Autolock automatically locks the doors when the vehicle is put into motion. Auto Unlock automatically unlocks the doors after the vehicle has been turned off for ten minutes.To disable either one of these features.

  1. Press the Setup button until Autolock or Autounlock appears.

  2. Press the Reset button to switch the selected feature off.

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