: Passive Door unlock 2010 SRX Premium



Bigphil
12-14-10, 11:01 AM
Have had for two weeks and its the 2nd Tuesday that the car is back at the dealers !. First was the infamous chrome trim missing (now solved). Now its the passive unlock not working on the front passenger door. have set and re-set everything in the Config system, but to no avail. So its back to the dealer.

Anyone else have issues ?.

Should point out that am completely head over heals with the vehicle, but have not had like issues with my past non-domestic vehicles

Bigphil

Bigphil
12-23-10, 08:45 AM
Took the car in. The dealer made some adjustments in the door. Picked it up and it still does not work. Now have an issue where the front passenger dooe takes tow pulls of the handle to open from the inside

Thoughts ?

stevec5375
12-23-10, 12:00 PM
Took the car in. The dealer made some adjustments in the door. Picked it up and it still does not work. Now have an issue where the front passenger dooe takes tow pulls of the handle to open from the inside

Thoughts ?

Sound like they changed the Config for Auto Door Unlock to unlock the driver door only when you put the car in Park. Change your config settings if you want all doors to unlock when it's in Park.

Page 4-44 of the manual:

Auto Door Unlock
This allows selection of which of the
doors will automatically unlock when
the vehicle is shifted into P (Park).
Press the MENU / SELECT knob
when Auto Door Unlock is
highlighted. Turn the knob to select
All Doors, Driver Door, or Off. Press
the knob to confirm and go back to
the last menu.

Bigphil
12-23-10, 12:40 PM
Thanks. Just tried and all set to "all doors". Suspect its more than that as the door opens ok until you drive off. Then stop and hey presto !. One for the tech's at the dealer in the new year

Bigphil

sube5186
12-23-10, 05:28 PM
The two pulls of the interior handle to open the door is normal, assuming it's locked. If it's already unlocked, then it should only take one pull. This is a safety feature to prevent the door from opening should you inadvertently pull the handle while in motion.


Sube

Bigphil
12-24-10, 08:42 AM
thanks. something to direct the tech at the dealer to

Bigphil