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Hi all !
I recently swallowed my pride and posted that my car keys were locked in my car due to auto locking function. :nono: I have since tried in vain to disable this function and wondering if anyone else has had same issue. Ive tried pressing the button on dash and even though it says auto locking inactive as soon as I close driver door it locks full car. I tried plugging into my peugeot planet but cannot work out which BSI section if any can disable this function. Can anyone possibly advise if it can be done ?
I keep a spare key in the house as backup but when out in car Im a nervous wreck in case I close the door with keys in car :lol:

Its peugeot 207 sw 1.6 hdi 90bhp 2009
 
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Hi, try Test by ECU - BSI - Configuration - Customer Options - Locking/unlocking.

Keys being locked in happens to a lot of PSA cars, I leave my drivers door 'on the latch' if the keys are inside, just in case...:nono:
 

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Hi Thanks for swift reply ! I can only access the BSI menu as when I run global test on PP2000 there is no communication with ecu on this car. If i click on the ecu field after test it gives me a message to contact technical assistance platform or something very similar. Have had lots of pugs and never had problem with pp not reading ecu.
Anyway I did toggle the BSI menu few times and definitely seen a locking section but just cannot work out what im meant to do to disable it.
Is there anywhere online to find step by step instructions or do you possibly know what needs done ?
 
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Okay, I must admit I've had no problems reading a 207 ECU on my old PP2000 ( so far.... :D )

If you do a Global scan, when you scroll down to the BSI ECU you click it to give you the BSI menu screen, scroll down to 'Configuration' and click it. This will open a second screen and you should find a 'Customer Options' heading, click this. The next screen should give you the 'Passenger Compartment' heading about halfway down.
Then you will have yet another screen with headings such as locking/unlocking, lighting, etc - click the locking/unlocking heading. One of the next headings should say something like 'Auto-deadlocking of the vehicle', if you highlight this there may be a short sentence at the bottom of the screen telling you what this feature does. You may need to find a similarly worded line like 'Auto relocking' or whatever until you find the right one..:nono:
If you change the option from 'Present' to 'Absent' and then saving this configuration by pressing F1 ( I think - check the bottom left of the screen ) and then the program will guide you through the rest.

I'm more used to doing 406s, so some menus are different for a later car but the principle should be the same.
 

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Ok thanks that sounds promising :thumb:
Ill charge up the PP laptop and give it a go after work tomorrow.
If this doesnt cure it Im going to think about selling it as my nerves cant take the strain :D
 
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Its quite common ( my old 406 did it once but luckily my window was down.. ) and if you leave the keys in the ignition when disconnecting the battery you may find yourself locked out.

Try to get in the habit of either removing the keys, or leaving the door on the latch...:thumb:
 

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i think you are confusing two different systems

autolocking by pushing and holding the button activates / deactivates the "auto lock when you drive over 6mph) feature

the car will still autolock itself if you dont open a door in a certain timeframe even if this option is disabled
 

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That is correct the autolocking when moving is disabled by the button.

The auto locking you are experiencing is part of the alarm system i have only seen a couple of cars that actually do it you may need to disable it in the alarm system.
 

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Thanks for replies !
I ran pp2000 global test again this evening and still no communication with ecu. The message is contact technical assistance platform by email and provide ecu reference (ecu label). There were no faults found with BSI on test
Anyway I went through BSI menu -customer options - locking/unlocking and found single locking and deadlocking. I chose inactive for both.
I then went to alarm section but it says alarm missing.I think it was under ecu section though and as no communication with ecu im not sure if its correct.
I unplugged laptop got out the car crossed my fingers and closed the door and.....it still auto locked :nono:
Im stumped with the ecu communication. Any ideas ?
 

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Hi , I already have a spare key as I said in the first post. Im looking for a proper fix rather than persevere with a workaround. It looks like I need to resolve why my peugeot planet cannot interogate the ecu of this car. It works no probs on any other peugeot ive tried. Anyone got any ideas what could be issue ?
 
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