2006 Chevy Cobalt. For a year or more I locked my doors manually, no problem. Recently a passenger hit my power door lock button on the door panel and she messed up my ability to manually lock my doors. I don't have the menu/feature on the dashboard described in the manual to program or customize door locking. Now my doors will not stay locked, not even while driving. I never want to use the remote, only manual locking because this happened once before. The owners manual is no help because all it talks about is the computer menu that I don't have. How can I simply deactivate the chirping horn and flashing headlights and simply lock my own doors by hand? My locks are currently clicking every few minutes and it sounds like each lock is moving up and down as my car is parked. This will go on for hours and days. Activiating the alarm light on the dash doesn't keep the doors locked. No matter what combination I try to using the remote and the door panel locks the locks don't stay locked, they just keep clicking.
have the same problem?
Monday, August 5th, 2013 AT 1:55 PM