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hi, i hope this isn't a silly question but I have a key fob that has 3 buttons, one to unlock, one to lock and one for the boot

my question is, do I have to press the unlock button twice to unlock lock all doors?

same as locking them

thanks

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Have you tried it? 

The first press when you lock the doors locks all the doors, the second press dead locks them so they can’t be opened from the inside.

if one press unlocks the drivers door only then 2 presses will unlock all.

if it is that one press only opens the drivers door then there will be a menu in the dash display that changes it to ‘all unlock on single press’ or ‘drivers only on single press’ 

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22 minutes ago, Jonro2009 said:

Have you tried it? 

The first press when you lock the doors locks all the doors, the second press dead locks them so they can’t be opened from the inside.

if one press unlocks the drivers door only then 2 presses will unlock all.

if it is that one press only opens the drivers door then there will be a menu in the dash display that changes it to ‘all unlock on single press’ or ‘drivers only on single press’ 

On the Mk3 focus and Mk7.5 Fiesta (and older) you can also just hold lock + unlock for 5-10 seconds till the indicators blink to change it as well. Not sure if newer cars are the same.

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7 hours ago, xcd said:

On the Mk3 focus and Mk7.5 Fiesta (and older) you can also just hold lock + unlock for 5-10 seconds till the indicators blink to change it as well. Not sure if newer cars are the same.

Never knew this, thanks 👍

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