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03-05-03, 08:02 PM   #1  
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how do you stop the doors from locking automaticly(sp)?

 
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03-06-03, 09:33 AM   #2  
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Look in the fuse box probly the last fuse #19 maybe. There should be referance to it on fuse box cover. This will disable auto lock feature.

 
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03-06-03, 09:34 AM   #3  
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Why would you want to defeat an intended safety feature?

 
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03-06-03, 02:59 PM   #4  
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fuse

will it effect anything else if I pull the fuse out?

 
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03-07-03, 05:58 AM   #5  
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Likely so. Leave it alone. It is a safety feature---no need to bypass it.

 
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03-07-03, 07:13 AM   #6  
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It is a safety feature but it's your choice to remove it or not. If you have your owners manual it describes this feature and how to disable it. There should be two fuses that mention doorlocks one will have more than just the locks that's not it the other that mentions doorlocks should have nothing else listed with it that's the one and it will not affect anything else. But remember it is a safety feature I like it cause my wife drives the car.

Just curious why would you want to disable it????

 
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03-07-03, 02:28 PM   #7  
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door locks

The reason I want to disable it is several family members try to get out of the car while it is running and in park almost breaking the door handles everyone in my family is use to the old cars. It only unlocks the doors if the engine is turned off. I thought it would be simple and I feel if I don't do it I will be asking how to replace a door handle soon.

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03-07-03, 05:00 PM   #8  
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It is a safety feature that should not be defeated. If a small child were to open the door when it's running and in motion, you'd be glad the safety feature is there!

 
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