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Old 06-09-2006, 20:29   #1 (permalink)
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confused '05 f350 autolock?

I just got an '05 f350 XLT sd reg. cab, V10 4x2 cab and chassis which I mounted my canteen body on. This truck is 2 weeks old and I already locked myself out of it twice! Now my last f350 I drove for 7 years and never did this. I have since hidden a spare key in the body. I thought Autolock was only if you get the keyless entry remote from Ford? I have power windows & locks, but I had an aftermarket remote starter installed which also controls the door locks from the new remote, it is a Valet model if that matters. I tried the manual's directions of pressing unlock 3 times and then lock 3 times, i followed every step, tried it a dozen times or so and never got and horn chirp or changes. I can't seem to figure the locks out, everytime I put it in drive they lock, sometimes when I close the door they lock, other times when I drive away they lock. What is going on here? Can I shut this feature off? Do all XLT's come with Autolock? if not what is the name for the system I have?
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