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According to a Z3 alarm installation site... (archive)

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Posted by Phoenix on September 14, 2001 at 13:19:56:

In Reply to: Question: What does "double-locking" mean? posted by Phoenix on September 14, 2001 at 13:14:55:

"BMW gives you the ability to double lock the doors on the Z3. Double locking means that a dead bolt is activated in the doors and they can not be opened from the inside handles. To double lock you need to pulse both the lock and unlock lines at the same time. As wired, the alarm will double lock the doors on arming. If the ignition is on, the lock pulse generated by the lock with ignition on feature (if enabled) will not double lock the doors. This behavior is determined by BMW, not the alarm."

I'm guessing this is true?



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