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Thread: How-To program Mazda CX-9 auto door locks (speed or gear activated)?

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    In the U.S. GT that I have, auto-lock can be changed between a few choices via the infotainment system.
    I have mine set to lock when driving, and not unlock automatically.
    There are settings the unlock all doors when placed in "park" or when the engine is shut down.

    Can't say for the Australian version ... information should be in your owner's manual.
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    Thank you Turborascal.

    I've checked the Door Lock settings in the infotainment system and do not have the option for auto-lock. I have the following:
    - Keyless Lock Beep Vol
    - Auto Relock Time
    - Walk Away Lock
    - Reset

    I suspect it may have to do with the Infotainment version number - currently 58.00.251 4A N.

    Anyone else in AU with this issue?

    Thank you

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    Did it and it works, nice post, I'm happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carguysami View Post
    Did it and it works, nice post, I'm happy.
    Another happy camper here. Set this to lock in gear and unlock in park, much better now. Thank you!

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    I stoped testing this kind of hacks. Once I tried to unlock the ECU of ford 150 for a performance boost. After few months my boy ended in junkyard.

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    Ceric, I tried to click link to set locks on my 2010 Mazda CX 9. Link is gone and I really want to do this. Do you know how I can do it?

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    Nevermind, I found directions on here and it's set. Yes!

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    I tried for my CX9 2011 but no success!

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    If you have one for CX-9 2018, that will be great. I have no idea why Mazda messed the whole thing up for 2018 models. There isn't even an option to auto-lock in any mode (parking / moving ). For anyone asking, YES, I have checked every single and each option in the infotainment system but found nothing. FW is 59.00.504. The option for door-locks only has auto-lock car when away. This is frustrating, indeed! Why, Mazda!? :/

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    i have same CX 9 2013. how did you do it ? plz explain

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