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Date Registered: 11-2017
Location: NE Victoria
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OBD2 'plug & play' Auto door lock for Xtrail


Hi guys,

Found this online today and wondered if anyone has had any experience with these?

https://www.autodoorslock.com/product/nissan-x-trail-auto-door-lock-when-driving/

I cannot find any company details etc for the supplier tho! 🤔
If it does what it says it does, it may help us here with our Australian models that don't lock automatically after a certain speed.

Comments please.

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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Re: OBD2 'plug & play' Auto door lock for Xtrail


Why do you need it really ?
Is it too much trouble to just press the door lock button on the driver's door panel ?

Anyway, with it plugging into the OBD port, how can it unluck the doors in an accident if the impact is to the front corner where the battery sits and all power is instantly lost through the battery being damaged or ripped from its connections ?

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