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post #1 of 6 Old 07-25-2015, 12:22 PM Thread Starter
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Door Lock/Unlock Settting Change

Hi All,
Cannot seem to find the way to change the ability to unlock all the doors from the remote.

I have tried to use the menu button on the steering column and nothing shows up on the center dash display screen. I have also searched from the center dash screen using the "settings" button and no information is there either. The owners manual is pretty worthless. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hit the Unlock button once to unlock the driver door. Hit the Unlock button a second time to unlock all doors and trunk.
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can anyone confirm that with the smart key entry that all doors can be unlocked from the driver side?

friend just got a crv and he is able to open all his from driver side

i would like the same... i am not worried about getting car jacked as don't think the honda is worth that much and im too ugly to be raped
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Nope, only the drivers door
Passenger door u locks them all
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PS1234 is correct, we have found no way to unlock all 4 doors using the Smart Key and the sensor on the drivers door handle. It is not programmable from the screen as it is on the Civic. It is a mystery why this feature does not exist in the HR-V when it does in other models. Someone has to find a dealer who is able to reprogram this.


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Rekeying is cheaper, as long as you take the lock to the Crystallake locksmith, rather than having him make a housecall. Just take the lock out of the door, have someone stay home (since now you can't lock up) and take it over to him. It'll take him about 5 min and then you replace the lock.
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