Hyundai Sonata: Impact sensing door unlock system (if equipped) - Door locks - Features of your vehicle - Hyundai Sonata Owners ManualHyundai Sonata: Impact sensing door unlock system (if equipped)

All doors will be automatically unlocked when the impact is delivered to impact sensors while the ignition switch is ON.

However, the doors may not be unlocked if mechanical problems occur with the door lock system or battery.

NOTICE

You can activate or deactivate some auto door lock/unlock features in the vehicle setting as follows;

• Speed sensing auto door lock
• Auto door unlock by unlocking the driver's door
• Auto door unlock when the ignition key is removed from the ignition switch or the smart key is removed from the smart key holder.
• Auto door lock/unlock by shifting the transmission shift lever out of P (Park) or into P (Park)

If you want to activate or deactivate some door lock/unlock feature, refer to the “vehicle setting” in this chapter.

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