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Old 12-18-2010, 06:15 AM
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Door Lock/Unlock Programming

Is there a way to have my 2011 F350 Crew Cab when placed in "Park" to automatically unlock all doors. Right now, when I place it in park, it unlocks the driver's door but not the passenger's (both front & rear) doors. When the key is removed all doors become unlocked. I have figured out how to have all doors lock when the vehicle reaches approx 10 mph but cannot figure out how to unlock all doors when placed in park. With my 2008 Duramax, the driver has the ability to program the way the vehicle unlocks the doors when placed in "Park". Is this programming capability possible with the new Fords???
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Old 12-18-2010, 07:21 AM
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Did you try under setting changing the auto lock from 2 stage to 1 stage
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Old 12-18-2010, 07:33 AM
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I am wondering the same thing. Coming from a D-Max I find myself having to walk around the truck way too much to open a door.

Porthole I will try that, I did see that in the setting but I haven't pulled the manual out to figure out what that means.
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Old 12-18-2010, 07:51 AM
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Well I can tell you it at least means the difference with the key fob - 1 push or 2
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Old 12-18-2010, 07:57 AM
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Stage 1 = Press unlock button once on key fob for all doors to unlock.

Stage 2 = Press unlock button twice on key fob for all doors to unlock.

Didn't seem to solve the "auto unlock" when vehicle is placed in park....

I agree with TW720HVY....

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Old 12-18-2010, 10:30 AM
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It's in the settings on between the gauges. Can't remember what it's called right now but it's definitely under "Locks".
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Stage 1 = Press unlock button once on key fob for all doors to unlock.

Stage 2 = Press unlock button twice on key fob for all doors to unlock.

Didn't seem to solve the "auto unlock" when vehicle is placed in park....

I agree with TW720HVY....
I couldn't even find that in the manual, thanks for clearing that up. After reading about the auto-lock/unlock it does not seem we can change this. As long as the truck is running or the key is on, the other doors may not unlock. For a work truck this is going to be a pain in the...

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It's in the settings on between the gauges. Can't remember what it's called right now but it's definitely under "Locks".
mor4wd, I may be overlooking something... if you find it please let us know.
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Old 12-19-2010, 10:33 AM
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Settings - Vehicle - Locks - Autounlock - On

That will unlock all doors when in park. At least it does on mine, when I turn it off no doors unlock.
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Settings - Vehicle - Locks - Autounlock - On

That will unlock all doors when in park. At least it does on mine, when I turn it off no doors unlock.
That is exactly how mine is set up.
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I found how to change it here and it did work: Safe and Secure: How to Enable or Disable Your Auto-lock System .: Articles
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