I am concerned that the power lift gate on my 2019 Forester could harm someone who might get in the way of the gate opening or closing -- it seems to be a lot more powerful than other cars. The manual says there is a sensor strip on the door edge designed to detect a overhanging bag (or finger) when closing, and the door will reverse. My concern is about a small child in the way of the door opening or closing where the door would strike the kid before the strip is detected. I've tested the door to see if it reverses by itself (by holding the door, for instance). Turns out, the door does reverse, but only after much pressure. Has anyone looked into this, or maybe, is there something that I can do to adjust the sensitivity of the amount of pressure needed to reverse the door?