Q: How do I disable the automatic door locks?

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How do I disable the automatic door locks?

When your vehicle eclipses 15 mph, all of the doors will automatically lock. If you want to disable the automatic door locks, you will need to take your car to a dealer, and they will disable the automatic locks for you.

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