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I have my Juke on Order but, Never thought ask if it has an auto lock option(personal safety thing) I have it configured on my current car ... I noticed the Petrol Premium I test drove didn't lock itself as I pulled away but did have button to lock all the doors..

Anybody know if it's configurable ??
 

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Its in the manual, just a case of holding locking button down for a few seconds while ignition is in aux position... Had to tell our dealer as he said it couldnt be done!
 

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Chears guys.. One less forgotten question to try and remember to ask my friendly dealer....
 

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beachhuggy said:
Its in the manual, just a case of holding locking button down for a few seconds while ignition is in aux position... Had to tell our dealer as he said it couldnt be done!
Thought I read through the whole manual but clearly I must have missed that!

The car lets you know you've changed the setting by flashing the hazard lights. For those with the keyless ignition you push the start button twice to turn the car into aux mode (so that the ICON lights up) then hold the lock key.

The doors will then lock as soon as you start the engine!

Thanks for the tip beachhuggy! :D
 

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You must have to be quick pressing the start button twice without starting the engine?
 

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I done this on my new juke when I was at the dealers, he was amazed he didn't know you could do it! Took me a little while to figure it (I was being a mong) it's a really good feature!
 

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Thanks for that, I'd forgotten about having to put your foot on the pedal. I just want my car
 

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My dealer said it wasn't an option , then i looked on here and set it up in 10 seconds. Glad I have it back as we got used to it on our last car.
 

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Did you also know that you can change the doors that are locked / unlocked when pressing the button on the key ? - It's an "anti-hijack" feature (e.g. when stoped at traffic lights, it's useful to stop someone opening the passenger door and getting in/stealing you hand bag from the passensger seat - if you're a lady that puts it there!)
You can set it open all doors at once (as it should have been set from new) to only opening the drivers door with one press, then the other doors with a second press..

It'e explained in the quick refernece guide as follows:

Door Unlock Modes
Two different unlock modes can be selected:

• Selective Door Unlock mode – Only the driver’s door will initially unlock
after pressing the black button on the driver's door handle.
All doors will be unlocked after pressing the black button on the door
handle or the button on the key fob once more.

• Convenience mode – All doors will be unlocked with a single press of the
black button on the door handle or the button on the key fob.
As default, the unlock mode is set to “Convenience mode”.
Please refer to your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for details on switching between
the two unlock modes.
 
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