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2/24/2014 12:32:23 PM
How-To : Automatic Door Lock Deactivation by dan81
Warning: Neither Focus Fanatics nor its Members may be held responsible for the outcome of performing such a modification to ones car(Ford Focus). Such acts are performed at ones own risk, and sole responsibility must be assumed. This may include, but not limited to, the voiding of Ford vehicles factory warranty.

Always put safety first; using jackstands, eye protection, and all other required safety measures. It is also recommended to have supervision whenever possible.




Note:
The enable/disable mode is entered when the following series of steps is performed.
Install Time: Difficulty Level:
5 Minutes 1
Directions:
Step 1
Confirm that the perimeter alarm is disarmed.
Step 2
Close all doors.
Step 3
Confirm that the ignition switch is in the OFF position.
Note: Steps 4 through 8 must be performed within 30 seconds.
Step 4
Turn the ignition switch from OFF to RUN.
Step 5
Press the power door lock UNLOCK button three times.
Step 6
Turn the ignition switch from RUN to OFF.
Step 7
Press the power door lock UNLOCK button three times.
Step 8
Turn the ignition switch from OFF to RUN.
Step 9
Verify that the RAP module chirps the horn. This indicates that the RAP module is now in the enable/disable mode and ready to accept program changes.
Step 10
Press the power door lock UNLOCK button one time to command the RAP module to toggle the autolock/relock feature ON or OFF.
Step 11
Press the power door lock LOCK button once to enter the command.
Step 12
Verify that the vehicle horn chirps one time to signal the RAP module confirmation of the command. There should only be one chirp indicating that the autolock/relock feature has been disabled. If one chirp is heard, followed by a longer honk, the autolock/relock feature has just been enabled. Return to step 10.
Step 13
Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position to exit the enable/disable mode.
Step 14
Verify that the RAP module chirps the horn once to indicate that a feature has been changed.
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