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post #1 of 5 Old 07-18-2013, 03:46 AM Thread Starter
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So I have a little dog and he likes to travel with me. Recently tho I have realized that when I leave him in the car alone he will hop on the arm rest and click the unlock all doors by accident.. has anyone had this problem or any suggestions on how to fix this issue?
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You can try to tether him/her to the seat belt. They make harnesses for dogs in cars.




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He probably trying to look outside. I would crack the window on the front passenger side so he goes to that window to get air and look out.
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He probably trying to look outside. I would crack the window on the front passenger side so he goes to that window to get air and look out.
That's exactly what he is doing and that's where one of the buttons to unlock the door is =/
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Well, the only solution that I see is to disable the button on the door and use the remote to lock/unlock. Probably a fuse can be removed to do it.
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