I'm trying to piece together what you are saying but you are not being real clear and its making it difficult.
Lets start with this, you said "I have it set to only unlock the driver door." I assume that means the 1st Press Of Key Fob Unlocks -> ďDriver DoorĒ
setting in the Uconnect. You didn't specify which Uconnect so lets just hope yours is the same as my 8.4
You gave two "Scenarios", #1 and #2, if EITHER of those happened before you switched the setting the Uconnect then just throw those instances out the window and forget about them, what are only concerned with the behavior of the car with the current desired setting.
Again, you didn't specify but lets assume for now you did that setting before events #1 and #2 ever happened. If not let me know.
So now, if its true it was set to driver door only when this part of #1 happened:
"I walk up to my Compass driver side door put my hand on the handle itís unlocks then immediately I reach for the driver side rear door handle and I hear all the doors unlock."
The short answer is, this is impossible. Not saying it didn't happen, I'm saying we are missing something or some fact is incorrect, or the vehicle is straight up broken (doubtful, though). If it is set to driver door only, there is no way you can have all the other doors open just from using passive entry on the driver's side. Either you are mistaken about what the Uconnect setting was at the time that occurred, or the lock system is malfunctioning. The fact that you can't seem to reproduce this behavior ... I don't know what to tell you. You are saying #1 happened once, ever, and you can't get it to happen anymore. Well... then its working as expected/desired? What is the issue then?
#2 is a bit trickier, but it probably just boils down to a race condition. If passive entry is used on the passenger side, all doors and tailgate unlock no matter what your settings are. Its not clear exactly how well the car knows *where* the remote fob is, it may be on the driver's side with you BUT if your passenger gets their hand on the passenger handle before you get your hand on the driver handle, and it detects the fob and doesn't know what side its on, then it would make sense all the doors would unlock because it *thinks* you, with the fob, are unlocking from the passenger side. The buggy is allegedly supposed to kinda know where the fob is, somewhat-ish, but they are kinda tight-lipped about the specifics and I believe that is because it is a much more crude and inaccurate system than they are willing to admit.
Regardless, I think thats all there is to that, if the passenger door handle is touched first and the fob is more or less in range then it counts as unlock from the passenger side which, per the book, will always result in unlocking all doors.
So where does that leave us? #1 seems to be a non-issue unless its still happening, #2 we can roughly explain, does that help?
Originally Posted by Tai
I have it set to only unlock the driver door. I donít want the passenger doors to unlock when no one is over there. Thatís invitation to being car jacked.
That is the setting we have on my fiance's Civic too, 99% of the time she is driving that to and from work by herself so its a minor inconvenience for a bump in her safety. For me, I prefer the convenience of having all the doors unlocking so I can immediately start loading things into the back or let people in without having to take any further action. Any would-be car jacker that dares to try to hop into my
car as I unlock the doors is in for the worst (and possibly last) day of their life