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Old 11-03-2011, 08:22 PM   #1
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Can the "Auto " Door locking be programmed out ?

Can the "Auto " Door locking be programmed out ?

'12 Focus SE Hatchback

I hate it when all the doors lock (I know how to lock them my self)

My SAAB locks could be programmed either way, how abot the FORD ?


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Old 11-03-2011, 08:39 PM   #2
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From the trusty manual:

Power door lock procedure
To enable/disable these features, do the following:
You will have 30 seconds to complete the procedure.
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Press the power door lock button three times.
3. Turn the ignition off.
4. Press the power door lock button three times.
5. Turn the ignition on (you will hear a chime indicating the
programming mode has been entered).
Autolock: Once in programming mode, each subsequent short press
(less than 1 second) of the power door lock button will toggle autolock
between on and off.
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Can no one read anymore!!!!
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Can no one read anymore!!!!
If we couldn't read, we wouldn't be online writing and reading. Besides, It's usually faster to ask here, because of all the intelligent members that are on this site........
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:44 AM   #5
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If we couldn't read, we wouldn't be online writing and reading. Besides, It's usually faster to ask here, because of all the intelligent members that are on this site........
You know what I mean.... READ THE FREAKING MANUAL!!!!
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The great thing about this and other forums is there are answers to questions posted that I haven't gotten around to asking or even knowing I could ask. YES, I know if I read the manual I will get the answers, but really, I am too lazy to read the whole thing. Granted, I can read it when I have a question but then why bother with the forum? Let people ask questions for crying out loud! You don't have to answer! I'm not trying to be rude, but it gets old hearing READ THE MANUAL every time someone asks a valid question. Think of it as an opportunity to HELP a fellow Fanatic and LOOK smarter in the process! If you can't do that , Forgive me for being so STUPID. Can't help it, I forgot to read the manual on being human!

And thanks bkoester for giving an answer without berating the op for asking.

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Let me guess.........

You are in Customer Service ?

Maybe even in FORD Customer Service ?
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Let me guess.........

You are in Customer Service ?

Maybe even in FORD Customer Service ?
I simply find threads like this and the infamous "How to turn OFF the stereo?" thread to be dumbfounding. These questions and many, many more are easily and quickly answered in the owner’s manual. I wondered about the same thing with the locks.... know what I did? I got my manual out and found the answer in mere seconds.

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The great thing about this and other forums is there are answers to questions posted that I haven't gotten around to asking or even knowing I could ask. YES, I know if I read the manual I will get the answers, but really, I am too lazy to read the whole thing. Granted, I can read it when I have a question but then why bother with the forum? Let people ask questions for crying out loud! You don't have to answer! I'm not trying to be rude, but it gets old hearing READ THE MANUAL every time someone asks a valid question. Think of it as an opportunity to HELP a fellow Fanatic and LOOK smarter in the process! If you can't do that , Forgive me for being so STUPID. Can't help it, I forgot to read the manual on being human!

And thanks bkoester for giving an answer without berating the op for asking.
I agree with this! The "read the manual" business is also insulting. Sometimes the person did do what was said in the book and it still does not work. We are here to learn from each other. If people become insulting, they may stop posting here. This is an excellent forum and it should not have to be ruined by the gibberish nonsense of other posters.
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