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Removal & Installation of the Delock Kit

Updated June' 07 to include the small difference with Skoda's.


1. Remove the small plastic tab on the rear edge of the door with a screwdriver. The tab is indicated by the yellow arrow in the picture below.


2 . Behind the plastic tab is a retaining screw which is used to secure the blank in the door handle, indicated by the yellow arrow in the picture below. On the driver's side door, the screw secures the piece which surrounds the door lock key slot.


3 . Loosen (but do not completely remove) the retaining screw with a T20 Torx driver. The screw actually has a very small triple square head, but a T20 driver works perfectly. The retaining screw can be seen in the picture below.

Update: On Skoda's you'll find 2 x Screws which will require loosening


4 . Loosen the retaining screw enough so that the barrel slides out of the door. On my car, the screws needed to be turned approximately 13-15 turns for the barrel to slide out. Also, you may need to pull out on the door handle slightly to allow the barrel to slide completely out.

5. Installation of the Delock Kit is the reverse of above, with the exception of the Metal Disc needs to be placed over the slot from where the 'end of the door lock' was inserted

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