If you need to move with the door opened, just buckle the belt in place before you enter the truck. That will fool the system and you can drive with the door openedCan the dealer un-program / disable the autopark feature ? My 2016 didn't have it , I find it to be a nuisance when hooking up a trailer .
My 2016 didn't have and I never ran myself over with it - lol If it were such a safety thing don't you think they would recall and program it into the older trucks ?They won't and if I were them I wouldn't either. If they un enable it and that one guy runs himself over with his truck then they'll have to shell out a huge amount of money in a legal settlement.
But, you say, who runs themselves over with their own truck? There's a reason they're mandating auto park. That's the society we live in now-when something bad happens to someone its always somebody else's fault and they're entitled to money; and there's never a shortage of lawyers to make that a reality
Don't poke the bear man, the more of this stuff that comes out the longer I plan on keeping my trusty 13My 2016 didn't have and I never ran myself over with it - lol If it were such a safety thing don't you think they would recall and program it into the older trucks ?
He Probably DID HAVE IT IN PARK, How often did my truck slide down the driveway in the winter on ice... You have the truck on 4x4 LOCKED and as soon as you turn the shifter to PARK!!! 4x4 Is not LOCKED ANYMORE and only rear whells start sliding down the driveway apply the brakes and you stop the descent right away so you buddy probably had the truck in 4x4 in park and 4x4 released and slid down the slimy ramp!!! Do not rely on you 4x4 to stay on an incline if you needed 4x4 to climb it LOL I hope they get that fixed at one point but my guess is that the front 4x4 lock is activated with a 12V and as soon as you shut the truck down it releases the 4x4 auto pin...No names are used to protect the embarrassed one. It's not me, I don't fish. A "friend" was launching his bass boat by himself....................Long story short, he put it in "Park", got out, was hit by the door, knocked down and watched his RAM 1500 Quad cab 4X4 go into the lake. Do you know how far out in the lake your idling RAM hooked to a bass boat that was still hooked up to the trailer will go? Over a hundred feet from the boat ramp. He "swore" he had it in park............