I'm working on a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe. I'd like to get the doors to lock when the vehicle is shifted from park, and unlock when the vehicle is shifted to park. There is an indicator on the dash that displays the current status of the transmission, so there must be signal wiring somewhere.
I've located the the power lock wire (Yellow wire in 22 pin white plug, in drivers kick panel) and the power unlock wire (White/Black wire in 22 pin white plug, in driver kick panel), but I'm not sure where the wiring that signals the transmissions status is located or the wire colors. I'm also not sure how the signaling wires are powered, so I don't know if a simple jumper will accomplish the task, or if it will require a custom control circuit.
Is it possible to get the doors to lock when the vehicle is shifted from park, and unlock when the vehicle is shifted to park?
After doing a bit of research online, it seemed that this may have been a dealer programmed feature. However, after sending an email to Hyundai customer support, it appears this "feature" is not included in this model year vehicle. Hyundai customer support directed me to contact my local dealer, though I'm guessing the dealer would simply try to sell me a new vehicle that actually has this feature.