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Beth Stackpole
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Sometimes simpler is better
Beth Stackpole   8/10/2011 7:20:21 AM
I've had experience with some of those memory settings on several different car models and if you're sharing keys with someone else who has different settings, you're constantly having to move things around. My Acura, for example, locks my doors after two minutes because that is how it was configred in the settings at the dealer, and I have absolutely no idea of how to change it. I too, would rather not pay an unnecesary visit (or fee, for that matter) to the dealer so what do I do? Have to play around with unlock buttons every time I want to open a door or the trunk. Sometimes, the less features, the better!

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