Q: How do I set the park all doors unlock mode?

asked by on January 07, 2016

How do I set the park all doors unlock mode?

When your vehicle is set to park all doors unlock mode, then all of the car’s doors will be automatically unlocked when you place the shift lever in P and depress the brake pedal. To set the park all doors unlock mode, follow these steps: 1. Engage the parking brake. 2. Place the shift lever in P. 3. Close the driver’s door if it is not already closed. 4. Turn the ignition to On. 5. Press the unlock button on the master door lock switch (located on the driver’s door), and hold. After about five seconds you will hear two clicks, but continue holding the button. After about five more seconds, you will hear a single click, at which point you can release the button. 6. Turn the ignition to ACC. This step will need to be done within 20 seconds of step 5.

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