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Automatic door locks 15 mph or above

Automatic door locks will not actuate when vehicle reaches 15mph

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I have had this problem once before. I solved it by resetting the "automatic locks" setting on the overhead console...first turned this off and then turned it back on a day later and the locks worked again fine.

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