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Old 12-03-2019, 09:32 PM #1
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Auto re-lock

Now I have my 15 post minimum done, I want to ask...how do I fix it where my doors don't automatically re-lock after I unlock them? Like if you let so much time pass before you try to open the door. My Murano has that feature, but it can be turned off. Can it be turned off on the 4runner?
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You can refer to your Owner's Manual to set or cancel the automatic door locking and unlocking systems.

It can be found in the section Opening, Closing, and Locking the doors.

There is a chart to set/cancel settings related to shift lever position, speed, and time.
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Automatic door locking and unlocking systems

The following functions can be set or canceled:

Shift position linked door locking function - Shifting the shift lever out of P locks all the doors.

Shift position linked door unlocking function - Shifting the shift lever to P unlocks all the doors.

Speed linked door locking function - All the doors are locked when the vehicle speed is approximately 12 mph (20 km/h) or higher.

Driver's door linked door unlocking function (vehicles without a smart key system) - All the doors are unlocked when the driver's door is opened within 10 seconds after turning the engine switch to “ACC” or “LOCK”.

Driver's door linked door unlocking function (vehicles with a smart key system) - All the doors are unlocked when the driver's door is opened within 10 seconds after turning the “ENGINE START STOP” switch off.
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I haven't seen the above mentioned but you can get a 1-week free trial of Carista and do it there. Or you can do it via the Techstream software
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I don't mind the doors locking when I shift into drive and unlocking when I put it in park. I'm talking about after I've already parked at the house and locked the doors and went inside. Say, I forgot to get something out and I unlock it, but I get distracted by one of my kids...then I finally go outside to find out it has already locked back. Then I have to go back inside and unlock it again. I want to turn that feature off, if possible.
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I don’t think there’s a way to disable it. It’s probably there for accidental button pushes. If you open the any door it will not re-lock but that’s not really what you’re looking for.
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I don't mind the doors locking when I shift into drive and unlocking when I put it in park. I'm talking about after I've already parked at the house and locked the doors and went inside. Say, I forgot to get something out and I unlock it, but I get distracted by one of my kids...then I finally go outside to find out it has already locked back. Then I have to go back inside and unlock it again. I want to turn that feature off, if possible.
Yeah, you can turn that off in the app.

edit: Found it. Toyota 4Runner 5th gen | Carista OBD2 supported vehicles | See what’s available for your car - Carista


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I'm glad to see this conversation going, because I've been trying to figure out how to have the truck lock it's self or be able to do it from the rear hatch area.

I'm a real estate photographer and haul around a lot of gear, frequently accessing it during a shoot. It's frustrating to (my truck is smart key) have all of the doors unlock when accessing the hatch and then have to either go to the front door to press the handle or dig the keys out of my pocket to relock the truck...often done while juggling thousands of dollars of camera gear.

My Tahoe would unlock the hatch only and then relock it when it closed. IMO that's a much better system for someone like myself who uses the vehicle to work.

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I'm glad to see this conversation going, because I've been trying to figure out how to have the truck lock it's self or be able to do it from the rear hatch area.

I'm a real estate photographer and haul around a lot of gear, frequently accessing it during a shoot. It's frustrating to (my truck is smart key) have all of the doors unlock when accessing the hatch and then have to either go to the front door to press the handle or dig the keys out of my pocket to relock the truck...often done while juggling thousands of dollars of camera gear.

My Tahoe would unlock the hatch only and then relock it when it closed. IMO that's a much better system for someone like myself who uses the vehicle to work.

Any ideas?
You can push the 'UP' arrow on the tailgate to lock the truck with the smart key system. I use it all the time on my 2013 limited.
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So after I download the app, how do I make it communicate with the 4runner through OBDII?
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So after I download the app, how do I make it communicate with the 4runner through OBDII?

Did you purchase the adapter? It won't work without it.
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So after I download the app, how do I make it communicate with the 4runner through OBDII?
My fault. I should have mentioned you need an OBDII adapter. You don't have to get the one specifically made by Carista. You can use just about any one. I suggest getting a wifi one over bluetooth though.

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=obdii+wif...b_sb_ss_sc_1_9
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My fault. I should have mentioned you need an OBDII adapter. You don't have to get the one specifically made by Carista. You can use just about any one. I suggest getting a wifi one over bluetooth though.

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=obdii+wif...b_sb_ss_sc_1_9
Ok, thanks!
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You can push the 'UP' arrow on the tailgate to lock the truck with the smart key system. I use it all the time on my 2013 limited.
Dude, you're a life saver! That is way easier.

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The re-lock is a feature that should have been on the card from the start. It will make your lives more accessible when you are traveling with friends or family and need to secure the car quickly. Why is this a bad thing? Because if you leave your key in the vehicle unattended for a few minutes, someone could walk in and steal it. With the key in the car, nobody can get to it except you. Anyway, this system worked not so well, and I decided to contact an expert from Volvo Car Key Locksmith - Extra Locksmith - Salt Lake County. He resolved the problem in a few minutes.

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