I've looked through the owners manual and also searched the threads in this forum but can not find any explanation of why my vehicle would be operating the way it does. So here is the deal.... We keep our car inside our garage and would like to be be able to enter the vehicle from inside the garage even if we are NOT carrying a key fob. We have "walk-away locking" disabled. (We also have "unlock on park" enabled) However, even with "walk-away locking" disabled, this does not seem to be possible. We simply can not get any of the doors to open unless we are carrying a key fob. So whats the point of having the vehicle unlocked if you can't access it without having a key fob on you. Similarly, what then is the difference between opening a door and unlocking a door if you can't do one without the other? Why have an "unlocked" state at all? Am I missing something?