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Vehicles (17 Jan 2019)

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Central locking

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09 Jan 2019 19:20 #200265 by RogersJimmy
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My 2001 model has central locking working from the key in the lock, not a zapper button.
My question is: should the battery go flat, will the key still open the door so I can get in and open the bonnet to access the battery?
I once had an experience with another make of car when the central locking failed to work and I couldn’t get in. . . . . .
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09 Jan 2019 19:22 #200266 by Cremator1
Replied by Cremator1 on topic Central locking
Hi ya as far as I know yes it will be fine you can get through drivers door
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09 Jan 2019 19:31 #200268 by Scimike
Replied by Scimike on topic Central locking
As said above it all works the same, just need to be old fashioned and put the key in the drivers door lock.
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