This started yesterday morning, when I received a call from my Office Parking saying that my Linea was unlocked :shocked... I was quite sure that I had locked the Linea before leaving the parking. However, I rushed back to my Linea and pressed the 'Lock' button on the remote... and lo, here comes the second surprize... the car does not lock itself (locks and unlocks with flashing parking light). Before touching the car, I take a thorough round around the car looking for any irregularities - to find none. I opened and closed the driver-side door and tried locking again, thru remote and the car locked. . Weary of the incident I came back to office and got busy for the rest of the day. The car normally unlocked itself in the evening and almost forgetting the incidence, and blaming myself for not closing the door properly, I drove off. But... as I parked her at home, and locked her, same problem re-occurred. This time I was even sure of having shut the door properly. when the car did not lock even in multiple attempts, I re-opened the driver side door and shut it again, it locked itself. After this I went thru the cycle of unlock -> open -> close -> lock -> unlock cycle multiple times, and with different doors, and all the operations performed just the way they should first time right. Had taken car for a spin at night and then came to office today morning. The finding is - if I park the car after a drive and then lock, the car wont lock the first time, but for once it has been locked, any amount of time the locking - unlocking cycles after any amount of gap of time is as smooth as ever. WHAT COULD BE CAUSING THIS? :A ---------- Post added at 09:35 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:26 AM ---------- REQUEST TO MODS: It seemed like some electrical sensor issue to me, so I am posting the thread here. I am not sure if there is a mechanical device that confirms the proper closing of the door. Under this Dilemma, I am posting this thread in 'Electrical System'. You are the better judge if it is appropriate to keep it here, or to move it to Minor Issues, or some more appropriate place. Request you to do the needful please.