Power Door Locks

Select Power Door Locks and the following will be displayed:

  • Auto Door Unlock
  • Delay Door Lock
  • Open Door Anti Lock Out
  • Passive Door Unlock

Auto Door Unlock

This allows selection of which of the doors will automatically unlock when the vehicle is shifted into P (Park).

Press the TUNE/MENU knob when Auto Door Unlock is highlighted. Turn the knob to select All Doors, Driver Door, or Off. Press the TUNE/ MENU knob to confirm and go back to the last menu. Press to return to the last menu. BACK to return to the last menu.

Delay Door Lock

When on, this feature will delay the locking of the doors until five seconds after the last door is closed. You will hear three chimes to signal delayed locking is in use.

Press either the power lock button or the delayed locking feature and immediately lock all of the doors. on the RKE transmitter twice to override the delayed locking feature and immediately lock all of the doors.

Press the TUNE/MENU knob when Delay Door Lock is highlighted to select On or Off. Press / BACK to return to the last menu.

Open Door Anti Lock Out

When on, all doors will lock. The driver door will then unlock if door locking is requested while the driver door is open, and disable the Delay Door Lock feature.

Even when this feature is off, the driver is protected from accidental lockouts when the key is in the ignition.

If Off is selected, the Open Door Anti Lock Out feature may be enabled through an additional menu selection.

Press the TUNE/MENU knob when Open Door Anti Lock Out is highlighted to select On or Off. Press the last menu. BACK to return to the last menu.

Passive Door Unlock

This allows selection of which doors are unlocked by pressing button on the outside door handle. Press the TUNE/MENU knob when Passive Door Unlock is highlighted. Turn the knob to select All Doors or Driver Door. Press the TUNE/MENU knob to confirm and go back to the last menu.

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