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Old 01-06-2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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Door locks

Hello forum,

I have 2 questions regarding the door locks.

1) When I get in the truck and drive off shouldn't the doors lock on their own after a certain MPH's or when I remove my foot from the brake pedal?

2) When I lock the vehicle the lights blink but the vehicle doesn't make a chirpping or beeping sound. Is that normal?

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Old 01-06-2012, 10:26 PM   #2
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Question 1 mine does not lock automatically it is a 2006 sr5 pre runner

Question 2 mine does not chirp either

I can't speak for all models and trims but that seems normal, I think the newer ones will chirp, but I'm not positive
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1. Nope. Not possible with the factory system either.

2. I believe you can disable that feature at the dealer. If so they can enable it. The early trucks didn't beep at all.
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Question 1 mine does not lock automatically it is a 2006 sr5 pre runner

Question 2 mine does not chirp either

I can't speak for all models and trims but that seems normal, I think the newer ones will chirp, but I'm not positive
x2 on both of these mine is a ’07 TRD off road.
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As far as the chirping. There is a mod on here to turn them on or off. Mine is a 09 and it beeps on lock and unlock.

I suggest looking into that DIY if you want it to lock.
please correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe the mod requires an additional horn? so that's why I think the older models (mine is 2006) is not equipped with the beep/chirp feature
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i have a 2011 and there are no auto locks and the truck does chirp when locked and unlocked
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As far as the chirping. There is a mod on here to turn them on or off. Mine is a 09 and it beeps on lock and unlock.
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please correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe the mod requires an additional horn? so that's why I think the older models (mine is 2006) is not equipped with the beep/chirp feature

Quick and easy ... open hood ... by the radiator is the "chirper" ... just unplug and tape over wire:



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No auto lock upon driving off.

Mine chirps AND honks when I push the button on remote. Once upon locking and twice when unlocking. If I am driving and decide to lock the doors from the inside, the alarm will go off after a while. The first time that happened, I was wondering who daheck was constantly honking at me....
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The tacomas, as far as I've ever known, have never had the auto lock when driving after a certain speed or anything like that.

As far as the chirping. There is a mod on here to turn them on or off. Mine is a 09 and it beeps on lock and unlock.

I suggest looking into that DIY if you want it to lock.
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if you wanted the automatic locking, I'm not sure about most aftermarket alarm systems, but I know the keyless entry/remote start systems can be programmed to do so. I had 2 of them, and you can program so that once you shift into drive, your doors will lock.
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My GM had automatic locking doors it was a pain in the ass. When you wanted to let someone out or in you always had to put it in park or use the locks.
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please correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe the mod requires an additional horn? so that's why I think the older models (mine is 2006) is not equipped with the beep/chirp feature
To be honest, I'm not sure about the older models. I just have the experience with the newer ones. Although I have read on here that there is a mod like you are speaking of. Sorry I couldn't help too much for the older tacomas..
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please correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe the mod requires an additional horn? so that's why I think the older models (mine is 2006) is not equipped with the beep/chirp feature
My 06 beeps when I lock/unlock (one beep on lock, two on unluck, or vice versa)
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My 06 beeps when I lock/unlock (one beep on lock, two on unluck, or vice versa)
did you buy it used? or modded? maybe I should recheck my owner's manual?
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Nope brand new 06 sport from the factory. No upgraded alarm or anything, just the basic one from the factory. Never messed with the settings, it has always done this.
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My GM had automatic locking doors it was a pain in the ass. When you wanted to let someone out or in you always had to put it in park or use the locks.
My S-10 had this and I kind of liked it.

I have another Toyota product and when rolling above 12-15 MPH all doors lock. When put in Park all doors unlock.
Wish I had this option on the Taco.

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Off topic a bit but here I go.

I drove my wife's Accord to get tires yesterday. I always hit the door locks. I went to get out and could not open the door by pulling the handle. I had to "unlock" first.

I then realized my Tacoma will open with a pull of the handle while locked.

In an emergency situation I would prefer the Tacoma's ... don't think I'll tell my wife .
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