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New battery installed in 05 Solara, passenger door does not unlock when car put in park. How do I fix this?

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When the battery is disconnected, the ADL mode returns to the default setting (Mode A). The following procedure must be used to set the ADL function to Mode B whenever the battery has been disconnected.

Initialization Procedure
Perform the following procedure to initialize the ADL function to Mode B.
1. Move the shift lever into the "P" position and close all doors. 2. Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position. 3. Within 10 seconds after the ignition switch is turned to the "ON" position, push and hold the rear side (unlock position) of the door lock switch for 5 seconds. 4. All doors will automatically lock and unlock when you release the power door lock switch. ^ This indicates that the ADL function is set to Mode B. If all doors do not lock and unlock, the time the switch was held may have been too short or too long. Perform the procedure over again starting from step 1.

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