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Mazda 3 Owners Manual: Auto Lock/Unlock Function

WARNING Do not pull the inner handle on a front door: Pulling the inner handle on a front door while the vehicle is moving is dangerous. Passengers can fall out of the vehicle if the door opens accidentally , which could result in death or serious injury.

These functions can also be disabled so that they do not operate.

Auto lock/unlock function setting change using door-lock switch

The doors and the liftgate can be set to lock or unlock automatically by selecting any one of the functions from the following table and using the driver's doorlock switch on the interior door panel.

NOTE

Function number

Function *1

1 The auto door-lock function is disabled.
2 All the doors and the liftgate lock automatically when the vehicle speed is about 20 km/h (12 mph) or more.
3 All the doors and the liftgate lock automatically when the vehicle speed is about 20 km/h (12 mph) or more.

All the doors and the liftgate unlock when the ignition is switched from ON to Off.

4 (Automatic transaxle vehicles only) When the ignition is switched ON and the shift lever is shifted from park (P) to any other gear position, all the doors and the liftgate lock automatically.
5 (Automatic transaxle vehicles only) When the ignition is switched ON and the shift lever is shifted from park (P) to any other gear position, all the doors and the liftgate lock automatically.

When the shift lever is shifted to park (P) while the ignition is switched ON, all the doors and the liftgate unlock automatically.

*1 Other settings for the auto door lock function are available at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. For details consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Refer to Personalization Features on .

Settings can be changed using the following procedure.

  1. Safely park the vehicle. All doors must remain closed.
  2. Switch the ignition ON.
  3. Press and hold the lock side of the driver's door-lock switch within 20 seconds of switching the ignition ON, and make sure a beep sound is heard about eight seconds afterwards.
  4. Refer to the auto lock/unlock function setting table, determine the function number for the desired setting. Press the unlock side of the driver's door-lock switch the same number of times as the selected function number (Ex. If you select function 2, press the unlock side of the switch only 2 times).
  5. Three seconds after the function setting has been changed, a beep sound will beep in the amount of the selected function number. (Ex. Function number 3 = 3 beep sounds)

(Manual transaxle vehicles)

Mazda 3. Manual transaxle vehicles


(Automatic transaxle vehicles)

Mazda 3. Automatic transaxle vehicles


NOTE

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Locking, Unlocking with Door- Lock Knob
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