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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #15 on: March 22, 2023, 01:23:47 PM » Author: dor123
I've read the first section in the topic, didn't noticed that there are other topics in there
Anyway, here in Israel, except Taxis (Cabs), where the driver locking the doors during the driving manually, the private drivers vehicles remains the doors open during driving, which meaning you can open the doors during riding the car.
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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #16 on: March 22, 2023, 01:54:15 PM » Author: rjluna2
My father Subaru XV and my mother Skoda Fabia, don't have their doors looks automatically. They press the lock button on the remote control to lock the doors and the unlock button to unlock them.
Well, that interesting :wndr:
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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #17 on: April 11, 2023, 08:43:18 PM » Author: icefoglights
My family's older Fords (up to 1998) that had power locks did not lock their doors while driving.  Newer Fords, starting with my mom's 2000 Explorer, would lock the doors when you hit 15 MPH.  They unlock when you shift into Park, shut off the engine, and open the driver's door.

My Chevy Cruze locks the doors when shifted out of park and unlocks the doors when shifted back into park.

Both my Ford and Chevy, and most assorted rentals I've driven, the first click of the unlock button on the fob unlocks the driver's door, and a second click will unlock the rest.  When locking, the first click will lock the doors silently, while a second click will lock the doors with a confirmation honk from the horn.  Both of my vehicles have a menu option to change those settings.  My old Jeep (and most Chrysler's I've seen) unlock all doors on the first click and give a confirmation honk while locking the doors on the first click.  Most Toyotas and Subarus I've seen give a locking confirmation on the first click but use a dedicated beeper instead of the horn.

The most unusual was my old 1998 Escort ZX2.  It had crank windows and manual locks, except it did have remote keyless entry.  There was a power lock actuator in the driver's door, but it could only be operated by the fob.  The passenger door was fully manual.  The fob also had a trunk release button.
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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #18 on: April 12, 2023, 05:36:37 AM » Author: sol
I hate the horn locking confirmation. My parents had a 1995 Jetta that did that, and it was close to one second of sound, too. The dedicated beeper is fine, though. My car has no confirmation except the clunk of the locking mechanism and a brief flash of the 4 way flasher.
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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #19 on: April 13, 2023, 05:34:00 AM » Author: AngryHorse
Yeah, I have a 2016 Hyundai i20, and that auto locks the doors when you go above about 10 mph?, then it bongs the seatbelt thing if your not waring it!
Bit of a pain though because when you stop and want to grab something out of the boot/trunk, it won’t let you unless you press a button inside!

Car’s are far too complicated today, I grew up with 4 speed transmission and separate locking doors via the key during the 70/80s!
I’d love to go back to a simpler time of motoring before everything went ‘engine management’ and electronic everything!  >:(
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Re: Car Door Locks « Reply #20 on: May 25, 2023, 05:29:18 AM » Author: Rommie
The Buick Encore we've just bought has several settings for this. I don't remember all of them offhand, but the way it's set at the moment, the doors lock as soon as the transmission is put into drive.
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