Keyless Locking

If the vehicle has the keyless access system, this feature allows you to select whether the doors automatically lock during normal vehicle exit. When the vehicle is turned off and all doors become closed, the vehicle will determine how many keyless access transmitters remain in the vehicle interior. If at least one keyless access transmitter has been removed from the interior of the vehicle, the doors will lock after eight seconds.

If there are two keyless access transmitters in the vehicle and one is removed, the other will be locked in. A person approaching the outside of the locked vehicle without an authorized keyless access transmitter will not be able to open the door, even with the transmitter in the vehicle.

You may temporarily disable the keyless locking feature by pressing and holding the power door unlock button on the instrument panel for several seconds with a door open.

Keyless locking will then remain disabled until the door lock switch is pressed, or until the vehicle is turned on.

To customize whether the doors automatically lock when you exit the vehicle, see “Passive Locking” under Vehicle Personalization.

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