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Can't find it in the manual.

When you unlock your car, but you don't enter it for more than 3 minutes, does it lock again by itself?

Sometimes I would unlock my car then do something else briefly, then the car locks itself after a couple minutes or so.
 

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If you unlock driver's door or all doors, and don't open one, it relocks. Owner's Manual -- page 4-8.

Sounds like you could use the PDF version -- easy to find what you're looking for.
 

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If you unlock driver's door or all doors, and don't open one, it relocks. Owner's Manual -- page 4-8.

Sounds like you could use the PDF version -- easy to find what you're looking for.
Thanks. I dropped my key fob in the snow a while ago and I thought it was malfunctioning.
 

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It does it sooner than "a few minutes" I've unlocked it by hitting the unlock button like a mad man while walking up to the car, and by the time it reaches it.... LOCKED! I kinda like the feature tbh.
 

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I've experienced this with every remote-lock vehicles I've ever owned (and rented)... i think this is pretty standard, and has been around a while
 

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30 seconds is what I think the time is..
 

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It's kind of documented in chapter 4, although it appears to be only for Smartkey, it works also with the fob.
✽ NOTICE
After pressing the button, the doors
will lock automatically unless any
door is opened within 30 seconds.
Then there are these aftermarket remote starters that will lock the doors automatically after starting, for security. On another car that I had remote started, I once put the keys on the seat to pick up the snow brush, closed the door, clear up the snow, then the engine turned off and the doors locked with the keys on the seat. Very smart!
 
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