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ok this is minor but I need to throw it out there. When I park and turn off the engine and open the door to exit all of the doors unlock (which they should) and then I use the master lock button on the door armrest to lock all doors. When I close the driver door a few seconds later all doors will unlock and then I have to use either the lock button on the handle or the fob. Now, I've had a 16 pilot for the last 4 years and the doors would never unlock after I used the master lock and closed the door. I know I can activate walk away auto lock but old habits are hard to break. Like I said it's a minor irritant but has anyone seen this or perhaps this is just the way it's supposed to work...Thanks
 

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ok this is minor but I need to throw it out there. When I park and turn off the engine and open the door to exit all of the doors unlock (which they should) and then I use the master lock button on the door armrest to lock all doors. When I close the driver door a few seconds later all doors will unlock and then I have to use either the lock button on the handle or the fob. Now, I've had a 16 pilot for the last 4 years and the doors would never unlock after I used the master lock and closed the door. I know I can activate walk away auto lock but old habits are hard to break. Like I said it's a minor irritant but has anyone seen this or perhaps this is just the way it's supposed to work...Thanks
I tried this today and after putting vehicle in park, turning engine off, opened driver door, pressed door lock switch on driver door panel, closed door, and all of the doors remained locked.
 

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I don’t believe I have it set for all doors to unlock when driver door opens though, I’ll have to check my settings to confirm.
 

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I know you're not doing this David, but if one uses the door handle to close the door after locking them inside, it will unlock all the doors...

Also, I LOVE, LOVE LOVE the auto lock feature, it is the first car I have ever owned with this feature (going back to the 70's) and I highly recommend activating it for everyone. I think you would learn to love it too!
 

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Instead of using the internal lock switch, why not just use the button on the exterior door handle? That's what it's there for after all. I know, old habits and all that, but still ;)
 

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I (believe) I have mine set to unlock all the doors when I unlock the driver's door, but for some reason it doesn't do that. After I open the driver's door, I still have to press the unlock button inside the front door to be able to open the rear door.

Maybe I'm doing something wrong. :unsure:
 

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ok this is minor but I need to throw it out there. When I park and turn off the engine and open the door to exit all of the doors unlock (which they should) and then I use the master lock button on the door armrest to lock all doors. When I close the driver door a few seconds later all doors will unlock and then I have to use either the lock button on the handle or the fob. Now, I've had a 16 pilot for the last 4 years and the doors would never unlock after I used the master lock and closed the door. I know I can activate walk away auto lock but old habits are hard to break. Like I said it's a minor irritant but has anyone seen this or perhaps this is just the way it's supposed to work...Thanks
Well now this problem seems to have resolved itself. Can't figure that one out. The problem was there for at least 2 days??? Now the dealer did do some electrical work in the cabin prior to the locking issue but supposedly they were only working on the lighting circuit. So it's working correctly now...thanks to all for the inputs
 
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