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    Question Turn off the auto door lock after ignition start.

    I would like to disable the auto door lock. I use my truck for working on a farm and i have to get in and out and start it up a lot. I find the auto lock a large pain. Right now the only way to keep it from auto locking while in park is to leave the door open. A pain in winter and invites the insect world in summer. I would like for it to engage when the cargo light turns off when the vehicle is in motion. Any Ideas for this mod?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondoman
    I would like to disable the auto door lock. I use my truck for working on a farm and i have to get in and out and start it up a lot. I find the auto lock a large pain. Right now the only way to keep it from auto locking while in park is to leave the door open. A pain in winter and invites the insect world in summer. I would like for it to engage when the cargo light turns off when the vehicle is in motion. Any Ideas for this mod?
    Auto-lock is a feature of the alarm or keyless entry in your truck. Which keyless entry or alarm system is installed in yours?
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    I have the opposite problem. i have a 2005 DC with only the plain old keyless entry system with no alarm from the factory. Mine doesn't do the auto door lock which I thought all new vehicles did no matter what. I sthere any way to set it to do this without getting an alarm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtcheral
    I have the opposite problem. i have a 2005 DC with only the plain old keyless entry system with no alarm from the factory. Mine doesn't do the auto door lock which I thought all new vehicles did no matter what. I sthere any way to set it to do this without getting an alarm?
    On a DC it should be dealer settable at either 30 or 60 seconds.
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    I have the securikey system on my 2000 tundra. I looked at the programming features and did not see a solution. Would this be a dealer setting feature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondoman
    I have the securikey system on my 2000 tundra. I looked at the programming features and did not see a solution. Would this be a dealer setting feature?
    No that is an aftermarket system, so it may not be available. You may want to check with your dealer to see if it is a programmable option.

    The SecuriKey system is manufactured by

    Nutek Corporation
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    Taipei,
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    Smile Securikey Info you need

    After a lot of searching I found the info you need. I wanted to know the same info as I just bought a TX truck and live in St. Louis. Noone here knew what I was talking about. Here it is, larger than life:

    PROGRAMMING ADDITIONAL or REPLACEMENT TRANSMITTERS


    Each SECURIKEY+ system can be operated by up to four (4) different
    SECURIKEY+ transmitters. The system is supplied from the factory with two
    (2) transmitters included, and additional transmitters are available
    through
    parts distribution. Any new or replacement transmitters will need to be
    programmed to the main control module before they will activate the
    system.
    The SECURIKEY+ main control module uses a six (6) channel radio frequency
    receiver; each channel controlling a different function of the SECURIKEY+
    system. Each transmitter button can be programmed to only one of the
    receiver channels (e.g., the GREEN button cannot be programmed to operate
    the headlight feature and remote start option; it can operate only one or
    the other feature). The following is a list of each receiver channel, and
    the function of each channel.


    CHANNEL # FEATURE CONTROLLED BY THIS CHANNEL
    1 Lock
    2 Unlock
    3 Trunk Release (optional kit required; not available on all models)
    4 30 second headlight activation (only if required by GREEN button)
    5 Remote panic (only if required by GREEN button instead of LOCK
    button)
    6 Remote start (optional kit required; not available on all models)

    To program new or additional transmitters, or when adding options to
    existing SECURIKEY+ transmitters, follow the step by step programming
    instructions found below. When programming, it is important to complete
    each
    step of the procedure within 15 seconds, or the system will terminate the
    programming mode. If this happens, simply start again.


    Be sure that the SECURIKEY+ system is disarmed, and the lighted valet
    switch
    is in the off (out) position before you begin.
    Turn the vehicle's ignition key to the on position.
    Press then release the L.E.D. valet switch 6 times.
    CHANNEL 1: LOCK & Panic Feature Horn Chirps 1 Time L.E.D. Flashes 1
    Time
    To program the LOCK button on the transmitter, press and hold the LOCK
    button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat this for all
    transmitters that need the LOCK button programmed (up to four
    transmitters).
    After the LOCK button on all transmitters have been programmed, press and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to the next receiver
    channel.


    CHANNEL 2: UNLOCK Feature Horn Chirps 2 Times L.E.D. Flashes 2 Times
    To program the UNLOCK button on the transmitter, press and hold the UNLOCK
    button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat this for all
    transmitters that need the UNLOCK button programmed (up to four
    transmitters).
    After the UNLOCK button on all transmitters have been programmed, press
    and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to the next receiver
    channel.


    CHANNEL 3: TRUNK RELEASE Option Horn Chirps 3 Times L.E.D. Flashes 3
    Times
    To program the TRUNK RELEASE option on the transmitter, press and hold the
    GREEN option button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat
    this for all transmitters that need the GREEN option button programmed (up
    to four transmitters).
    After the TRUNK RELEASE button on all transmitters have been programmed,
    press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to the next
    receiver channel.


    CHANNEL 4: 30 SECOND HEADLIGHT Feature Horn Chirps 4 Times L.E.D.
    Flashes 4 Times
    To program the HEADLIGHT option on the transmitter, press and hold the
    GREEN
    option button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat this
    for all transmitters that need the GREEN option button programmed (up to
    four transmitters).
    After the HEADLIGHT button on all transmitters have been programmed, press
    and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to the next
    receiver
    channel.


    CHANNEL 5: Separate PANIC Button Feature Horn Chirps 5 Times L.E.D.
    Flashes 5 Times
    To program the PANIC option on the transmitter, press and hold the GREEN
    option button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat this
    for all transmitters that need the GREEN option button programmed (up to
    four transmitters).
    After the PANIC button on all transmitters have been programmed, press and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to the next receiver
    channel.


    CHANNEL 6: REMOTE START Feature Horn Chirps 6 Times L.E.D. Flashes 6
    Times
    To program the REMOTE START option on the transmitter, press and hold the
    GREEN option button until the vehicle's horn sounds one loud chirp. Repeat
    this for all transmitters that need the GREEN option button programmed (up
    to four transmitters).
    After the REMOTE START button on all transmitters have been programmed,
    press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to terminate
    programming mode, or simply turn the ignition key to the off position to
    terminate the transmitter programming mode.





    PROGRAMMING THE SELECTABLE FEATURES
    The SECURIKEY+ system offers a number of selectable features that can be
    changed, allowing you to custom fit the system to your customer. The
    following is a list of the features that are selectable and can be changed
    using the valet switch and any transmitter that is programmed to the
    system
    installed in the vehicle.


    FEATURE # FUNCTION 1 CHIRP 2 CHIRPS
    1 Headlights on for 20 seconds during disarm ON or OFF
    2 Headlights on for 20 seconds during arm ON or OFF
    3 Automatic ignition controlled door lock ON or OFF
    4 Automatic ignition controlled door unlock ON or OFF
    5 Auto unlock driver's door only or all doors Driver's door
    or
    All doors
    6 Active or Passive arming Passive or Active
    7 Active or Passive door locks Passive or Active
    8 Trunk release output - 1 second or latched 1 second or
    Latched
    9 Panic on lock button or option button Option or Lock
    10 Trunk Release Hold - 1 second or 2 presses Hold 1 Sec or
    2 Times

    To change the selection of any of these features, follow the step by step
    programming procedures, and do not allow more then 15 seconds to pass
    between any two steps or the system will terminate the programming mode.
    There is no need to complete the entire programming sequence. After the
    appropriate features have been changed, simply turn the ignition key off
    to
    terminate the programming mode.


    Be sure that the SECURIKEY+ system is disarmed, and the lighted valet
    switch
    is in the off (out) position before you begin.
    Turn the vehicle's ignition key to the on position.
    Press then release the L.E.D. valet switch 6 times.
    Immediately turn the ignition key off then back on.
    FEATURE 1 LED Flashes 1 Time
    1 Chirp = Headlights ON During Disarm Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = Headlights OFF During Disarm
    To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the
    transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp
    signal
    from the horn. If you do not want to change this feature, simply press and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature
    number 2.

    FEATURE 2 LED Flashes 2 Times
    1 Chirp = Headlights ON During Arm Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = Headlights OFF During Arm
    To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the
    transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp
    signal
    from the horn. If you do not want to change this feature, simply press and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature
    number 3.

    FEATURE 3 LED Flashes 3 Times
    1 Chirp = Ignition controlled door locks ON Horn Chirps either 1 or 2
    Times
    2 Chirps = Ignition controlled door locks OFF
    To change the selection, press and release the lock button on the
    transmitter, which will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp
    signal
    from the horn. If you do not want to change this feature, simply press and
    release the L.E.D. valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature
    number 4.

    FEATURE 4 LED Flashes 4 Times
    1 Chirp = Ignition controlled unlock ON Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = Ignition controlled unlock OFF
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 5.

    FEATURE 5 LED Flashes 5 Times
    1 Chirp = Ignition controlled unlock DRIVER'S DOOR Horn Chirps either 1
    or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = Ignition controlled unlock ALL DOORS
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 6.

    FEATURE 6 LED Flashes 6 Times
    1 Chirp = PASSIVE ARMING (Automatic Arming) Horn Chirps either 1 or 2
    Times
    2 Chirps = ACTIVE ARMING (Arm by Remote Only)
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 7.

    FEATURE 7 LED Flashes 7 Times
    1 Chirp = PASSIVE DOOR LOCKS Horn Chirps either 1 or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = ACTIVE DOOR LOCKS
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 8.

    FEATURE 8 Do not change this feature selection. It should be left in the
    factory preset (1 chirp) mode. Press and release the L.E.D. valet switch 2
    times to advance to programmable feature 9.

    FEATURE 9 LED Flashes 9 Times
    1 Chirp = Remote Panic / GREEN transmitter button Horn Chirps either 1
    or
    2 Times
    2 Chirps = Remote Panic / LOCK transmitter button
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to advance to programmable feature number 10.

    FEATURE 10 LED Flashes 10 Times
    1 Chirp = Trunk Release HOLD GREEN BUTTON 1 SECOND Horn Chirps either 1
    or 2 Times
    2 Chirps = Trunk Release PRESS GREEN BUTTON 2 TIMES
    To change the selection, press the lock button on the transmitter, which
    will be indicated by the appropriate 1 or 2 chirp signal from the horn. If
    you do not want to change this feature, simply press and release the
    L.E.D.
    valet switch 2 times to exit the programming mode.
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    Wink Securikey Info you need

    It looks a little confusing, however I figured it out. Quite frankly, I am not that smart

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondoman
    I would like to disable the auto door lock. I use my truck for working on a farm and i have to get in and out and start it up a lot. I find the auto lock a large pain. Right now the only way to keep it from auto locking while in park is to leave the door open. A pain in winter and invites the insect world in summer. I would like for it to engage when the cargo light turns off when the vehicle is in motion. Any Ideas for this mod?

    My 97 4runner would lock the doors when I put in drive.
    I loved this feature, but I do live in Dallas, crime capital.

    My 05 Tundra doesn't do it. The 4runner had the securikey. The Tundra has some kind of security sys upgrade on the window sticker in the options, but I don't think it has the option to lock the doors after she is started.

    I know this doesn't help you but perhaps someone could offer me a suggestion.

    Thanks.................
    1Lowlife's 2005 Silver Sky Double Cab Tundra 4x2

    Exterior Mods:
    Debadged of labels & insignias, Retrax bed cover, Bedrug bed liner,
    AVS hood deflector, Ventvisor window vents, Line of Fire tail light,
    Magnaflow Single-out Cat Back System,
    Undercarriage courtesy lighting, Silverstar headlights, Muth signal mirrors,
    Hellwig rear anti-sway bar, Stant 10506 locking gas cap,
    Disconnection of the DRLs.


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    Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP, Terk XM Direct Satellite Radio Package,
    Custom enclosure for 10" Fosgate P2 woofer,
    Two old school Fosgate Punch 75 amps (each runs a pair of door speakers),
    One Fosgate 60i amp on the P2 (runs mono on the sub),
    Pioneer TS-D161R 6-1/2" speakers in each door,
    Pioneer CD-RB20 for Aux input for MP3 player,
    OBX Sport Pedals,
    Extreme seat cover for driver's seat.


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    I am very interested in this also. My 98 explorer has this feature and with a mother and small daughter to worry about i think it is great. We have 4 Toy dealers in town. Where I purchased the truck they said no, 1 said depends and 2 said yes!? Has anyone had any experience with this? The manual does not address the issue at all.

    Thanks

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    The 2005 Tundra DC CAN NOT BE MADE TO LOCK THE DOORS AUTOMATICALLY.
    Only the AC. They are not interchangable.

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    RS3200 Programming. I changed my system to lock with ignition on and to unlock both doors with one push on the button.

    You may have to be a subscriber to see this, I'm not sure. It's worth the cost of admission though.


    http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forum...ad.php?t=15017

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    Default Remote Programming for 2004 Toyota Sequoia

    Looking for Programming instructions for remote (FCC ID:ELVAT1B)

    samwadams@hotmail.com

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    Default Re: Remote Programming for 2004 Toyota Sequoia

    Quote Originally Posted by samwadams View Post
    Looking for Programming instructions for remote (FCC ID:ELVAT1B)

    samwadams@hotmail.com
    Is this a TOYOTA ALARM or a SECURIKEY?
    Can you take a picture of the remote?

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    Default Remote Programming for 2004 Toyota Sequoia

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