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Hi, I used to own a dual cab where the doors automatically lock when a certain speed (or RPM - not sure) is reached. I missed that feature and wondering if anyone fitted an aftermarket module to achieve the same result?
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I could never see the reason to lock the doors when a vehicle was moving. Locking the doors does not secure the doors any better than unlocked - it only stops people from being able to open the doors in the even of a prang. Yes - it also stops people from opening the doors when stopped in traffic, but if that is your desire, then simply press the lock button on the door control panel.
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You could get a RV Fridge relay that senses movement, and have that trigger door locking motors
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I have seen a OBD module that does this for Hyundai IX25, will keep looking maybe there is one for the Pajero.
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I could never see the reason to lock the doors when a vehicle was moving. Locking the doors does not secure the doors any better than unlocked - it only stops people from being able to open the doors in the even of a prang. Yes - it also stops people from opening the doors when stopped in traffic, but if that is your desire, then simply press the lock button on the door control panel.
I did an advanced driver training course a few years ago and they recommend that you do lock the doors. They explained that locking the doors does help prevent them opening in an accident. And if they are that badly damaged that they can't be opened then they will be cutting the doors open anyway. I've always locked my doors since.
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They explained that locking the doors does help prevent them opening in an accident.

Ummm...........how?
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Locking the doors only de-activates the outer parts of the door lock. I cannot see how doing this provides additional security for the doors unless it does some form of deadlock function and even then I can't see any more security.
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We had A Hyundai car that use to do it, once I got use to it I miss the feature.

I especially miss the feature as it is my wife & kids that use that car.

To me it is a good feature for security in this ever changing world.
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Before auto lights and wipers it just takes a press of a button.
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Before auto lights and wipers it just takes a press of a button.
I see your point & granted your correct.

Although after having the feature my opinion is as follows,

You won't notice your wife didn't "press the button" until the knock on the door advising her heads caved in from some young punk gang that liked the vehicle, bashed her senless.

As example.

Or someone has knife in between your ribs as you didn't "press the button" & they want the vehicle.

I know I know it doesn't happen in Australia

Without auto wipers you'll know as there will be water on the windscreen.

Auto lights you won't be able to see where you are going reminding you to "press the button".
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