Auto Speed Locks

Just asking a follow up. I have a '06 Sonata LX. I would like to turn on the auto door locks. My owner's manual says "See Dealer". Is there a way to turn
this on without driving ALL the way to me dealership.
Rob
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Not without the dealer's scan tool. I'm guessing no one else other than the dealer was willing to put out the $4k for a Hyundai-specific scan tool.
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Thanks.
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Wow, the HiScan tool is THAT expensive? I guess I'll knock that off of my holiday wishlist.
The Sonata automatic door lock feature works a little differently than I expected. Because of the way it operates, you may want to consider choosing a slightly higher activation speed. I believe there is a choice of five speeds. I chose 30km/h (about 20 mph). With the feature activated, any time the doors are unlocked above the set speed, they will re-lock. If a low speed is programmed, it may prevent you from unlocking your doors as you roll into your driveway. I have enountered this even with the 20mph setting. (And you're correct that I probably shouldn't be driving in excess of 20mph on my driveway...)
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Short answer is "No". But if you have a computer that will attache to the Hyundai interface (and the software) it sould be relatively easy.
Eric
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