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Power Doorlock question

I've got a 2000 F350. Is there anyway to keep the power doorlocks from locking automatically when you close doors and crank the truck and still be able to lock and unlock the doors using the switches when I want them locked and unlocked. Thanks for any reply.
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I have read that there is a way. But i cant remember where or how. sorry.

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My 2000 SD doesn't have power locks but we had a 2000 Explorer with them and the directions were in the manual. It was a strange combination of button pushing to turn it off but it was the first thing I did.

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No luck in finding anything on how to do it.
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my 05 had instructions in the owners manual but my 95 i had to get wiring diagrams and cut the wire that told the box the truck was running for my key fobs to work with key in.
the 05 EX had the autolock turned on stock but has detailed ignition turns and lock button pushing instructions in the manual.

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I am pretty sure for youre 00 it is a button combination.
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