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Re: Unlocking the WK2

Thanks for the input guys. Cperez was right on the way I was expecting the passive entry system to handle unlocking the remaining passenger doors. Please let me be clear, I am not complaining, bitching, nit-picking etc.. I was simply asking a clarifying question on how the entry function of the passive system works in relation to how it works on other cars that I have owned in the past.

It works differently, not a problem, a little unexpected but that's it, I will just adjust how I let other people into the vehicle.
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Re: Unlocking the WK2

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Thanks for the input guys. Cperez was right on the way I was expecting the passive entry system to handle unlocking the remaining passenger doors. Please let me be clear, I am not complaining, bitching, nit-picking etc.. I was simply asking a clarifying question on how the entry function of the passive system works in relation to how it works on other cars that I have owned in the past.

It works differently, not a problem, a little unexpected but that's it, I will just adjust how I let other people into the vehicle.
This thread reminded me to comment on how useful the WK2 iPhone app has been during my orientation phase. I have looked up a bunch of stuff while sitting in the vehicle. Much more ergonomic for me than a printed manual, not that I would want to give that option up. FWIW
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Re: Unlocking the WK2

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Thanks for the input guys. Cperez was right on the way I was expecting the passive entry system to handle unlocking the remaining passenger doors. Please let me be clear, I am not complaining, bitching, nit-picking etc.. I was simply asking a clarifying question on how the entry function of the passive system works in relation to how it works on other cars that I have owned in the past.

It works differently, not a problem, a little unexpected but that's it, I will just adjust how I let other people into the vehicle.
I have to admit… that I was sitting here saying to myself... “Dude, what the hell do you want out of a vehicle that can warm your nuts, and even cool them with a touch of a button!?”... and then, after reading your original post... yes, you were just looking to see how the passive system works on the WK2.

A good reminder that these forums are a wonderful tool to learn and share knowledge with each other.

For the record though, I do get what you mean. Many cars have the option to turn the key once in the door to unlock the driver door... and then give it a second turn to unlock the rest. Not a terrible expectation of the passive system. Maybe for 2012...
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My jeep does warm and cool said nuts. Thats why I got an overland.
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