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How to leave mother-in-law in car and lock doors ?



How can i leave a passenger in the back seat and lock the car for safety reasons without the alarm going off ?
I think that in case of need the doors allways open on the inside , but the alarm goes off right ?
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If you put the mother in law in the back there is no need to lock the car nobody will come near it.
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If you have an internal sensor for the alarm in your car, :---
Pull the external door handle after you get out and keep it pulled in.
Flick the internal door switch ( the big one with the large red mark on it).
Close the door and release the external handle.
Leave Mother in law in car for at least 2 weeks until fully chilled.
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Just tell her to sit very still and say nothing so that she won't set the alarm off.

Its probably impossible, but we can dream.
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If you have an internal sensor for the alarm in your car, :---
Pull the external door handle after you get out and keep it pulled in.
Flick the internal door switch ( the big one with the large red mark on it).
Close the door and release the external handle.
Leave Mother in law in car for at least 2 weeks until fully chilled.
Thanks Jack ! Will try it tomorrow .

So you guys all love you dear mother-in-laws right ? hehehe

Thank you for your answers
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Stick the old goat in a bus shelter with a view of the car in case of bandits then go about your day in the sun.
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Is this a trick question? lol
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My Mother in Law, is more than capable of using the M16 she keeps in her shopping trolley.
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I thought just a single press on the fob would lock the car but not arm the alarm, it's when you do the deadlocks that triggers the alarm ?

I could very well be way off course here as I never have reason to lock anyone in the car - and no, I don't want to borrow a mother-in-law to check it out
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You can have a pitbull staring at her, so she can't make a move!

and here it is, a nice video for mother-in-law

YouTube - Monster in Law
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How can i leave a passenger in the back seat and lock the car for safety reasons without the alarm going off ?
I think that in case of need the doors allways open on the inside , but the alarm goes off right ?

Just found this how to which answers the question:

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/how/772...-exterior.html
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I would suggest a tazer, that would stun them enough so they wouldn't move and set off the alarm, or annoy you on trips.

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You can have a pitbull staring at her, so she can't make a move!

and here it is, a nice video for mother-in-law

YouTube - Monster in Law
That could be deemed as cruelty to pitbulls
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I have similar problems when leaving dog in car
I've just been manually locking car with key in door (not using key fob button) presuming car locked but alarm off!! Am I right?? alarm hasnt gone off when ive done this so far!!!!!!!!
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Just for clarity, on the UK spec, only the ES, EX, Type S GT and both Type Rs actually get interior motion sensors in the first place.

jorelph - assuming you have one of these, then no, locking the door with just the key does not turn off the interior sensors.

See the How To link mentioned above for what you need to do
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