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# 214333 7-May-2017 15:46
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After a battery replacement our White Toyota Camry started to auto lock the doors at about 10km per hour.  Having children (including a baby in a car seat) and living near a lot of lakes and rivers, this is something I am not at all fond of.  It did not do it before the change of battery (which the garage did).  Can anyone give me a heads up as to how to reset the auto-lock function so that it doesn't lock everyone in when we start driving please.  We have two older Camry's doing the same things.  If it helps anyone, here are each of the Camry's specs:

 

  • White Camry
    Year: 1997
    Make: TOYOTA
    Model: CAMRY
    Colour: White
    Body Style: Station Wagon
    VIN: 7A8H6040706121468
    Engine No: 5S-337903
    Chassis: SXV20-0121468
    Vehicle Type: Passenger Car/Van
    Seats: 5
    CC rating: 2,160cc
    Fuel Type: Petrol
    Assembly Type: Imported Built-Up
    Country of Origin: Japan
    Variant: 1

  • Grey Camry 
    Year: 2000
    Make: TOYOTA
    Model: CAMRY
    Colour: GREY
    Submodel: GRACIA
    Body Style: Station Wagon
    VIN: 7A8H6040707512230
    Engine No: 5S1029774
    Chassis: SXV20-0512230
    Vehicle Type: Passenger Car/Van
    Seats: 5
    CC rating: 2,163cc
    Fuel Type: Petrol
    Transmission: 4-gear automatic
    Assembly Type: Imported Built-Up
    Country of Origin: Japan
    Gross Vehicle Mass: 1,755kg
    Tare Weight: 1,755kg

(Yes, we're fond of the old Camry's at our place! LOL!)


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Went to the zoo yesterday.  Very disappointed!!.  They only had one animal, a small dog.  It was a Shih Tzu.


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