Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Child-proof locks for the rear doors - Child-proof locks - Children in the vehicle - Safety - Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Child-proof locks for the rear doors

WARNING WARNING

Children could open a rear door from inside the vehicle. This could result in serious injuries or an accident. Therefore, when children ride in the rear always secure the rear doors with the child-proof locks.

You secure each door individually with the child-proof locks on the rear doors. A door secured with a child-proof lock cannot be opened from inside the vehicle. When the vehicle is unlocked, the door can be opened from the outside.

  • To activate: press the child-proof lock lever up in the direction of arrow 1.
  • Make sure that the child-proof locks are working properly.
  • To deactivate: press the child-proof lock lever down in the direction of arrow 2.
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