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Is there any way to nuetralize the feature that locks the doors when the engine is on and the door is closed. If one does not have the window open it locks you out. I am getting tired of driving out to vehuicles with a spare set of keys to let the driver in. The dealer say's that nothing can be done.

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They are Correct. This Feature is Built Into the Computer System in the Newer Vehicles and Cannot be Bypassed. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!

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