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Advice on Delocking



  GOLF GT TDI
i am thinkin of delocking my doors and boot but i got serious dowts, what happens if the battery for some reason goes flat there is no way of getting into my car :S

there must be ways of getting round this as so many people do this any suggestions people :)
 
  Clio DCi 65
lol!

My clio came with one door without a key hole (driver side)

how much it cost to get that removed about?
 
If your really that worried then you can setup some external jump points, basically just run a feed from the live side of your battery down to somewhere where you can reach it from under the car, or into the inner wing, something like that, so you can still attach jump leads and get enough power to get in, whilst your going that far, might be worth storing a spare battery for your key fob :D

Not worth the hassle on a MK1 as they are easy enough to break into anyway!

Or just make sure you have a spare rear qtr glass sat at home and you can go all out and have fun bricking your own window lmao
 
  GOLF GT TDI
If your really that worried then you can setup some external jump points, basically just run a feed from the live side of your battery down to somewhere where you can reach it from under the car, or into the inner wing, something like that, so you can still attach jump leads and get enough power to get in, whilst your going that far, might be worth storing a spare battery for your key fob :D

Not worth the hassle on a MK1 as they are easy enough to break into anyway!

Or just make sure you have a spare rear qtr glass sat at home and you can go all out and have fun bricking your own window lmao

cheers mate i was thinkin of doing it like this just got to find a way of keeping the live feed free of water etc
 
All i have is a external way of opening my bonnet :), But still dont help if theres a wire fault with-in the central locking.
 
  MR2 2.0 N/A & Mk1 1.2Clio
Just dont delock the boot. thats what ive done, better having one foolproof way of getting in.
 


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