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John Plumtree

Child Safety Locks

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Just been and collected my 2001 focus saloon and the rear doors have the safety child locks on can someone tell me how to take them off thanks.

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If you open the rear doors you should see a plastic part by the actual latch , insert your key and turn this will disable the child lock , do it on both rear doors

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Thanks Preee, that's something new I've learnt today, my old Mondeo just had latches in the rear doors to enable / disable the child locks. :)

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Thankfully my two have grown up and now i just lock them outside of the car :)

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Same here, but it's good to know if at sometime it's needed.

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Yeah its a great little feature, and nice and simple, but as you keep a car for longer and longer, its amazing how the small things disappear from our memory banks!

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Yeah its a great little feature, and nice and simple, but as you keep a car for longer and longer, its amazing how the small things disappear from our memory banks!

That's always a problem, use it or loose it. B)

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Child locks are always a handy feature on Police vehicles of course.. :P

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Child locks are always a handy feature on Police vehicles of course.. :P

Stops the offenders getting away, but always remember to cuff them behind there backs, strap them in tightly, and ignore there winging, or in your case put them in with the dog. :P

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childlocks are quite useless when you have brain (unfortunately not many people do nowadays) :lol: last time my mate jammed me in the back of the car with the locks on, i wound the windows down and opened the door from the outside...

but yeah i see what people mean by use it or lose it...the other day i couldnt remember how to start a coach....look like i right twonk ringing my supervisor :lol:

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lol, and you only recently left the RAF to forget... eesh!

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mate, if i sleep i forget lol sometimes i even forget how to walk sometimes lol

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lol, and you only recently left the RAF to forget... eesh!

I was a Rockape and I was never issued with a brain just a beret with a mispositioned badge.

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lol to both Clive and JohnH... :P

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