how to deactivate auto door locks on 2010 fusion

Asked by Dec 16, 2015 at 11:37 AM about the 2010 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

door will not unlock with button on drivers side

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Programming the Autolock Feature Using the Door Lock Control Switch NOTE: The autolock feature is not available on vehicles equipped with a manual transaxle. NOTE: The autolock feature can be enabled or disabled independently of the auto-unlock feature. NOTE: Make sure that the vehicle's perimeter alarm is not armed, the key is in the OFF position and the doors are closed. NOTE: The following steps must be carried out within 30 seconds or the procedure will need to be repeated. If the procedure needs to be repeated, wait 30 seconds between programming sessions. Turn the ignition key from the OFF to the RUN position. Press the unlock button on the door lock control switch 3 times. Turn the ignition key from the RUN to the OFF position. Press the unlock button on the door lock control switch 3 times. Turn the ignition key to the RUN position. The horn chirps one time to indicate that programming mode is entered. To enable/disable the autolock feature, press the unlock button on the door lock control switch then the lock button. The horn chirps once if the autolocks are disabled or twice (one short chirp followed by a long chirp) if the autolocks are enabled. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position. The horn chirps once to signal that the programming is complete.

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You must hit the button fast 2 times in order 2 get the pass side open !

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