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    JaseUK
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    Default Nissan X-Trail Anti-Hijack feature?

    I have a 2006 X-Trail and wondered if it is possible for me (or Nissan)
    to configure the car so that it locks the doors automatically above
    10mph?? I know that one press of the keyfob unlocks just the driver's
    door and a second press is required to unlock all doors - but it would
    be useful if it could do the former.

    Thanks in advance
    Jason.




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    EJD
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    Default Re: Nissan X-Trail Anti-Hijack feature?

    Since nobody's answered you, I'll offer a suggestion.

    Most US cars (the Ford Taurus is one) have this feature - I wonder if you
    could go on a website/newsgroup that'd tell you what bits to salvage from
    one of those? You might be able to retrofit part of it, anyway...

    John

    "JaseUK" <jrgates@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1168739086.111547.49390@38g2000cwa.googlegrou ps.com...
    >I have a 2006 X-Trail and wondered if it is possible for me (or Nissan)
    > to configure the car so that it locks the doors automatically above
    > 10mph?? I know that one press of the keyfob unlocks just the driver's
    > door and a second press is required to unlock all doors - but it would
    > be useful if it could do the former.
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    > Jason.




  3. #3
    Chuck Tribolet
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    Default Re: Nissan X-Trail Anti-Hijack feature?

    It's likely just a few lines of code in the vehicle's computer rather than
    a separate piece of hardware that could be transferred.


    "EJD" <WRONGnoilly_pratt@hotmail.comWRONG> wrote in message news:q0xrh.680483$5R2.528744@pd7urf3no...
    > Since nobody's answered you, I'll offer a suggestion.
    >
    > Most US cars (the Ford Taurus is one) have this feature - I wonder if you could go on a website/newsgroup that'd tell you what
    > bits to salvage from one of those? You might be able to retrofit part of it, anyway...
    >
    > John
    >
    > "JaseUK" <jrgates@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1168739086.111547.49390@38g2000cwa.googlegrou ps.com...
    >>I have a 2006 X-Trail and wondered if it is possible for me (or Nissan)
    >> to configure the car so that it locks the doors automatically above
    >> 10mph?? I know that one press of the keyfob unlocks just the driver's
    >> door and a second press is required to unlock all doors - but it would
    >> be useful if it could do the former.
    >>
    >> Thanks in advance
    >> Jason.

    >
    >




  4. #4
    JaseUK
    Guest

    Default Re: Nissan X-Trail Anti-Hijack feature?

    Thanks for the replies. My old MG ZR had this feature and I was
    surprised to find the Nissan lacking this... I will ask the dealer and
    see if they know any more...

    Thanks
    Jason.

    EJD wrote:

    > Since nobody's answered you, I'll offer a suggestion.
    >
    > Most US cars (the Ford Taurus is one) have this feature - I wonder if you
    > could go on a website/newsgroup that'd tell you what bits to salvage from
    > one of those? You might be able to retrofit part of it, anyway...
    >
    > John



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