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Ghostly self locking
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Hi guys, my berlingo has suddenly started locking all doors as I pull away, what causes this. Regards alan
2004 berlingo multispace desire 2.0 hdi
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#2
It's a setting that locks them once you reach a certain speed. To turn it off, let them lock... then press and keep hold of the door lock button on the dash until it beeps and unlocks... It will then stop doing it.

However, I prefer to have the auto lock on personally.
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#3
Thanks mate, will try this shortly, I presume you do the procedure again to re-instate.
2004 berlingo multispace desire 2.0 hdi
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#4
Yes.Just press & hold.:thumbsup:
Strawberry flavoured windows  Dodgy
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#5
brilliant I never new it had that feature, I have it in my bmw and just thought the citroen didn't have that feature
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