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I have a problem in understanding the central locking of my xi20.
When starting off,the light comes on and all the doors lock,and when we come to a halt,the rear doors won't open straight away,as if the child locks are on but they aren't.How do I disable this feature,it's very annoying,and having had several cars with central locking,feel that I must be missing something,and yes,I have read the manual,several times!!
 

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I have a problem in understanding the central locking of my xi20.
When starting off,the light comes on and all the doors lock,and when we come to a halt,the rear doors won't open straight away,as if the child locks are on but they aren't.How do I disable this feature,it's very annoying,and having had several cars with central locking,feel that I must be missing something,and yes,I have read the manual,several times!!
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