Just a clarification, in case I was wrong ;-), I have an 06 Civic Si, and
this feature is, indeed, available on the civic line by following a simple
procedure with the ignition and the door lock switch. It is possible that
it isn't there for an Accord, but that would seem very odd to me...
The procedure is not a very straightforward one. Something like turn the
key to II, push down the lock button for 10 seconds, or something like
As for cruise, I use mine daily. Good for mileage, and keeps me from going
75 on the highway. The Si is just too easy to get going good and
Yep, that would result in a different kind of lock up. Not very good
one at that.
I, too, double-checked my owner's manual. No mention that I could find
anywhere of automatic locking of the doors on the 2006 Accord.
Joe LaVigne, wrote the following at or about 7/12/2007 12:29 PM:
I THOUGHT I'd scoured the 2006 Accord owner's manual front to back for
it and never found it. I'll try again as I'm one of those (perhaps in
the minority) that likes that feature. Then again, as you say, it may
only be on the Civic line. Oh well. Thanks!
Hey, look, you're just as much of an asshole here as you are in the Ubuntu
group... If you'd have bothered to look, I followed up directly to that
post, and was the only one here who tried to actually address your
What a douche...
On Sat, 14 Jul 2007 19:54:19 -0400, Joe LaVigne wrote:
Right. Sure. Let's try to stick to the facts, shall we? In the last few
messages here, you've called me an "asshole", a "douche", and now a
condescending nickname. What have I said to you, other than pointing out
that your answer was wrong...?
It's quite clear who the "winner" is. Thanks for playing. Buh-bye.
"Ubuntu" -- an African word, meaning "Slackware is too hard for me".
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