Sierra automatic door switches will be removed from the market by the end of 2018.
The automaker said on Tuesday that it will sell the doors that are installed automatically by the doors themselves to owners, as a way of ensuring that the automaker’s automatic doors remain functional.
The doors that have been removed from sale are expected to be replaced by automatic doors that automatically open, and are intended to help protect occupants of Sierra’s vehicles from damage caused by falling off of them.
“The door locks that are now installed by Sierra are designed to prevent a fall from the automatic door,” a spokesperson said.
Sierra previously sold automatic door locks for about 20 years, but has had problems in recent years with faulty locks. “
At the end, we will provide a link to the website on which customers can order these locks for installation.”
Sierra previously sold automatic door locks for about 20 years, but has had problems in recent years with faulty locks.
In 2015, a lock broke off in a passenger’s car, which triggered an alarm.
The alarm triggered the automatic doors to automatically close, and a fire erupted inside the car, causing extensive damage.
Sierra has since sold an upgrade that includes a manual lock.
“We believe this will help keep our doors locked up, and we expect that customers will be satisfied with their new automatic door switch locks,” the spokesperson added.