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Old 05-30-2009, 11:19 AM   #1
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Does your 2008 Taco door lock when you leave Park?

I wonder if there is a mod, so when I go the Drive the doors lock? My 2004 Camry does......

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Old 05-30-2009, 11:28 AM   #2
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Not that i know of. but its not that hard to just hit the lock button
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Old 05-30-2009, 11:50 AM   #3
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I'd love it if our trucks did that... my last 2 vehicles had the option of locking the doors in either park or drive... I was dissapointed that the Tacos don't have it...
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I don't see the point being that the second you open the handle on the inside, the door opens regardless if it's locked or not.
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I work in the Houston Texas area and I just wished the doors locked automatically like my wife's Camry. Some parts of town are a little questionable while sitting at a stop light.

I don't mind hitting the button when I remember to do it.


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I work in the Houston Texas area and I just wished the doors locked automatically like my wife's Camry. Some parts of town are a little questionable while sitting at a stop light.

I don't mind hitting the button when I remember to do it.


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Exactly, I work in a sketch part of town, and some of the roads I drive on have some interesting characters...

I always forget to lock the doors, I wish it was automatic...
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get an alarm that does it?

I don't remeber if my 05 locked before my alarm (got it the 1st week)
but now when I start the engine(doors closed) it locks the doors. Clifford 5.1
also If I close the doors with the engine running and nobody in a seat they unlock so I dont lock my keys inside. I don't know if it just does that tho.
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