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    Activate deadlock Astra H

    Hi,

    Last night two of my airbags were stolen from my car. Therefore i would like to protect my car better.

    Is it possible to activate the deadlock function on an Astra H? Pressing the keyfob twice doesn't deadlock the doors. The only thing that happens is a second flash of the signal lights. Can this be done via tech2?

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    stole ur airbags?

    never heard that before
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    how did they take 2 of your airbags?
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    damage to the car?
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    2 presses of the key fob should engage the dead locks.

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    Thanks for the replys.
    The two presses dont engage the deadlocks.

    Ripping the airbags is fairly easy. The drivers door was forced, opened the bonnet, battery disconnected and passenger en driver airbag stolen. Luckily everything is covered by insurance but the drivers door is pretty damaged.
    That's why i would like to enable the deadlock to make it less easy to get in.

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    How do you know the deadlocks aren't put on with the 2nd press of the remote? Can you still open the door from the inside
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    yep, the door can still be opened from the inside.
    Can deadlocking be activated / deactivated via tech2?

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    l,.how on earth did they take the passenger airbag??? you have to remove the dash. I changed mine the other week, I can see why there doing it though, they cost a flippin fortune, I paid £100 second hand for a drivers bag, and that was a good deal, they usually fetch £150ish on ebay

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    It's only four screws for the glove compartment, and one for the airbag. Looks pretty easy sadly.....

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