Join Date: Mar 2019
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Looking for Real Input please
Is this real? Yes. Am I looking for actual help here, yes.
I'll give you another example: Anyone standing too close to the car with the hatch open, presses the close button on the door, and the power lift activates and closes the door -- right on top of the persons head who was distracted and not paying attention. The reversing strip on the door edge wouldn't have activated, and the only thing that would cause the door to reverse (& open) would be the door stopping due to the persons head in the way. I believe that the power mechanism is so strong, that it would cause an injury.
Another example: Kids playing in the driveway, pushes the button on the door to open it, and it hits them in the face with considerable force. If the car is locked and the fob is not nearby, this won't happen (opening with the button), right? So the car should always be locked?
Another example: Grocery store parking lot, should the driver always stand back from the door, and watch it close to insure no one (like darting kids) is around who might be hit by the closing door?