Remote Door Lock Feedback

This feature allows you to select the type of feedback you will receive when locking the vehicle with the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) or keyless access transmitter, or when the vehicle is automatically locked using the Keyless Locking feature.

You will not receive feedback when locking the vehicle with the transmitter if the doors are open.

See Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Keyless Access) or Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Key Access), or Keyless Locking later in this section for more information.

Press the customization button until Remote Door Lock appears on the DIC display. Press the set/reset button once to access the settings for this feature. Then press the menu up/down button to scroll through the following settings.

Off: There will be no feedback when you press the lock button on the transmitter.

Lights Only: The exterior lamps will flash when you press the lock button on the transmitter.

Horn Only: The horn will sound on the second press of the lock button on the transmitter.

Horn & Lights (default): The exterior lamps will flash when you press the lock button on the transmitter, and the horn will sound when the lock button is pressed again within five seconds of the previous command.

No Change: No change will be made to this feature. The current setting will remain.

To select a setting, press the set/reset button while the desired setting is displayed on the DIC.

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