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Old 04-13-2013, 01:28 PM   #21
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When I am in North America, this auto locking thing bugs the heck out me and my family. Whenever we stop at a store, etc, and passenger is going to get out of the car, the passenger gets frustrated when pulling the door handle to get out only to find it is locked all the freaking time, beacuse the dumb driver always forgets that he/she has to hit the power unlock button to exit the vehicle.

I find this feature a real pain in the a**.
rear passengers can double pump the handle to get out (pull the handle twice).
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:34 PM   #22
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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.

Well said,I feel the same way.A big part of a forum is the chat and banter,different perspectives and ideas.If it was an info site only how long would anyone last on here sitting around reading dry technical manuals.Aside from making repeat threads its all good IMO.
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Old 04-14-2013, 05:53 PM   #23
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