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Hi all, I have had my Mondeo just over a week now and for the first time yesterday I had someone travelling in the back but they could not open the door from the inside. Now I have owned cars for over 40 years and I have always been able to switch the child locks off with no problems. But this Mondeo has got me baffled!!! It has a small recessed slotted plastic screw type thing (for the want of a better word) on the side of the door below the lock and I have put a screwdriver in this and tried to turn it but it will not turn. Any ideas please.

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32 minutes ago, chemfusion said:

I think it's meant to slide up and down not turn?

Cant slide up and down because it's round in a round hole,

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34 minutes ago, chemfusion said:

I think it's meant to slide up and down not turn?

Have just found it's the same switch that locks the rear windows!! So easy to put this in the manual so why not do it. 

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On Sunday, March 06, 2016 at 4:44 PM, shezza said:

Have just found it's the same switch that locks the rear windows!! So easy to put this in the manual so why not do it. 

Hi can I just ask how did you managed to twist the child lock activator ? as I have the same problem and I can't twist it as well

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Have just found it's the same switch that locks the rear windows!! So easy to put this in the manual so why not do it. 

Hi can I just ask how did you managed to twist the child lock activator ? as I have the same problem and I can't twist it as well

It is the switch on the drivers door that controls the child locks, as stated its the same switch that disable the rear elec window. It's located on the switches around the electric mirror controls, when you press it you will hear a clunk.

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