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Re: chevrolet 2500 crewcab - rear door auto lock shut off
Try punching the remote lock button twice. experience with 4 door s-blazers shows that it has to be done twice to lock all 4 doors. also look for "child safety" switched for the rear doors that may be disabling remote locking for the rears.
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To unlock the liftgate, press the unlock button on the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter twice or use the power door lock switch. To lock the liftgate, press the lock button on the RKE transmitter or use the power door lock switch. The liftgate does not have a key lock cylinder. To open the liftgate, pull up on the handle located in the center of the liftgate. When closing the liftgate, use the molded handles to pull the liftgate down. Push the liftgate closed until it latches.
I assume you mean that the central locking system will not lock the doors but you can do so manually.
Get inside the vehicle and close all doors.
On each rear door, lock and unlock the mechanism manually a couple of times. In other words do not use the key pad.
leave both rear doors in the locked position (manual locking) and
operate the lock button on you key pad to operate the central locking
system. Wait a few seconds then hit unlock on your key pad and a few
seconds later hit lock on your key pad.
If the system fails to
lock your rear doors you will need to get the vehicle to an auto
electrician to check out the issue and rectify it for you. There are a
number of possible causes which cannot be identified without physically
checking the system. So you will need to have this rectified by a