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    Default Honda 8th gen.Door Lock Tricks (Auto Lock, Auto Open)

    Steps to set Auto-Lock modes on.

    Turn Door lock ON for vehicles with auto transmission when the car reaches 9MPH/15KPH:

    1) Make sure the shift lever is in PARK (P), and close the driver's door.
    2) Turn the ignition to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the Parking Brake.
    4) Push and hold the brake pedal, then move the shift lever out of PARK.
    5) Push and hold the front of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    6) Release the switch, move the shift lever to PARK, and then turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    Turn Door lock ON for vehicles with manual transmission when the car reaches 9MPH/15KPH:

    1) Close the driver's door.
    2) Turn the ignition to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the Parking Brake.
    4) Push and hold the front of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and then turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    Turn Door lock ON for vehicles when shifted from "Park" position. (Automatic Only)

    1) Make sure shift lever is in Park position, and close the drivers door.
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the Parking Brake.
    4) Push and hold the front of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    The auto-door unlocking feature has two or three possible settings, depending on transmission.



    These modes are:
    • <LI sab="446">Door unlocks whenever you turn the ignition to LOCK (0) position. <LI sab="447">On Automatic transmissions, the driver's door unlocks when you move the shift lever to the PARK (P) position.
    • The auto-lock is deactivated all the time (factory default.)
    To unlock the driver's door on automatic vehicles when the ignition switch is out of the ON (II) position.

    1) Make sure the shift lever is in PARK (P), and close the driver's door.
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the parking brake.
    4) Push and hold the brake pedal, then move the shift lever out of PARK (P).
    5) Push and hold the rear of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    6) Release the switch, move the shift lever to Park (P), and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    To unlock the driver's door on manual vehicles when the ignition switch is out of the ON (II) position.

    1) Close the driver's door.
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the parking brake.
    4) Push and hold the rear of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    To unlock the driver's door when shifted into "Park" position. (Automatic Only)

    1) Make sure shift lever is in PARK (P), and close the driver's door.
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.
    3) Set the parking brake.
    4) Push and hold the rear of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.
    Disabling Door Lock Modes, both Automatic and Manual

    1) Open the drivers door. [On Vehicles with automatic transmission, make sure the shift lever is in PARK (P).]
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON [II] position.
    3) Set the parking brake.
    4) Push and hold the front of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    Disabling Door Unlock Modes, both Automatic and Manual

    1) Open the drivers door. [On Vehicles with automatic transmission, make sure the shift lever is in PARK (P).]
    2) Turn the ignition switch to the ON [II] position.
    3) Set the parking brake.
    4) Push and hold the rear of the master door lock switch on the driver's door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.
    5) Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position within 5 seconds.

    * All settings of the Door Locks will retain setting even if the battery is disconnected.

    If it was easy, everybody would be doing it.

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    Accidently posted in wrong section
    Requesting an admin to move this thread to Car Entertainment / Electronics
    Thanks
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    has any one tried this ?
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    Does this work on the 9th gen civic?

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    Hope this works on a Civic hybrid with the CVT.
    I'm gonna try this today and post the results if something happens.
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    Just Tried. Didn't work

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    ^You have to be very quick on the steps where it says 5 seconds like the cluster diagnosis thing.
    Secondly, Honda Center mechanics will know of this so I'm gonna ask them too.
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    I doubt that it works

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    It doesn't work. It only worked for USDM models that too for only 2006 manufactured ones. Tried it a long time back on our 2006 8th gen but didn't work.

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    Nope, didn't work. Tried it like 20 times lol
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