Hyundai Santa Fe: Impact sensing door unlock system - Door locks - Features of your vehicleHyundai Santa Fe: Impact sensing door unlock system

All doors will be automatically unlocked when the impact is delivered to impact sensors while the ignition switch is ON.

However, the doors may not be unlocked if mechanical problems occur with the door lock system or battery.

✽ NOTICE

You can select some auto door lock/unlock features in “User Settings” as follows;

  • Speed sensing auto door lock
  • Auto door unlock when the ignition key is removed from the ignition switch or engine is turned off.
  • Auto door lock/unlock by shifting the shift lever out of P(Park) or into P(Park).

For more information, refer to “User Settings” in this section.

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