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Old 03-25-2005, 06:44 PM   #1
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Two problems so far with this '03 SE. The radio sometimes decides to lose the memory for the presets. And, the drivers door occasionally locks itself when I'm out of the car. It'* JUST the driver'* door, and it'* just now and then. Ghosts, or a impending wiring nightmare?
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Are you using the same key when you start the car? The key controls the presets. I have to read about the doors locking. I seem to remember that you can program the door to lock once you exit the car. Once again this is based on the key as key 1 and key 2 can program the car features unique to the key that opens and starts the car.
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Hey, I didn't know THAT! I've had this thing since Thanksgiving, and I'm still trying to decipher the owners manual. Thanks for the tip!
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Are you using the same key when you start the car? The key controls the presets. I have to read about the doors locking. I seem to remember that you can program the door to lock once you exit the car. Once again this is based on the key as key 1 and key 2 can program the car features unique to the key that opens and starts the car.
Now that is cool.......
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