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Old 10-29-2007, 02:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Shift lock override and automatic door locking function

Well my curiousity got the best of me. I pushed the shift lock override button when it wasn't necessary. I saw the button and thought, "I wonder what this button does; I'll push it." I now notice that the automatic door unlocking functions do not work. Door locking function works properly when I shift out of park, but the unlocking modes do not work. I program the mode to either 3 or 4, and the modes work until I turn the car off. The it seems to reset itself to mode 1. I don't know why the lock override and automatic door locking functions would be linked, but I noticed the problems shortly after pushing that button. On a side note, the radio presets reset as well.

Anyone have any advice? Is it necessary and is there a way to "reset" the lock override? Thanks in advance.
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thats a very odd problem. as far as i know, that button should only affect the gearshift only... perhaps something is shorting out now?
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maybe pull the neg battery terminal and let the ECU reset.. that should reset all your settings and hopefully the setting you want will stay after that
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