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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Safety Locks

Chevrolet Spark. Safety Locks


The vehicle has rear door safety locks on each rear door that prevent passengers from opening the rear doors from the inside.

Using the Rear Door Safety Lock

  1. Move the lever up to lock.
  2. Close the door.
  3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for the other rear door lock.

Caution

Pulling the inside door handle while the rear door safety locks are engaged could damage your vehicle. Do not pull the inside door handle while the rear door safety locks are engaged.

The rear doors on the vehicle cannot be opened from the inside while this feature is in use.

Opening a Rear Door When the Safety Lock Is On

  1. Unlock the door from the inside.
  2. Open the door from the outside.

For the rear doors to open from the inside, the safety locks have to be moved back to the unlock position.

Canceling a Rear Door Safety Lock

  1. Unlock the door from the inside and open the door from the outside.
  2. Move the lever down to unlock.
  3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for the other rear door lock.

The rear door locks can now be locked and unlocked normally.

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