Why did Toyota decide to remove the remote gas door opener and left the gas door insecure? I remember that in the early days, low-end Toyota models (Tercel, Corolla, etc) didn't offer remote gas door openers inside the car but had an exterior lock on the gas door. At least, the gas door was secure even if there was no remote gas door opener for these cheap low-end Toyota cars. I am disappointed that 2010 4Runner doesn't come with either a remote gas opener or a lockable gas door. Leaving the gas door without a lock is a design flaw and is another step backwards for Toyota. Does anyone know if there is anyway to replace the insecure gas door with one with a lock?
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