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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:24 pm
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Default 1999 honda civic lx?

how do i unlock the child safety lock after shutting the door
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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:30 pm
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look at the door jambs on the door there is a little lever you can move.
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Old 01 Oct 2007, 05:34 pm
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You must open the door from outside the vehicle and move the little white lever to the unlock position. Once the door is shut you cannot access the lever.
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