HEOSafe Deadlock Peugot Boxer 1994 - 2002 with lock keys

£161.83 (inc VAT) £216.99NewCondition
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is the bolt lock for the doors of such vehicles as Fiat Ducato 230, Peugeot Boxer and Citroen Jumper,starting with the construction year 1994 - 2002 (Standard)
Price is for a pair of locks with keys.

Instructions for use:
• push in the knob 4
• lock or unlock the door by turning the knob
• finally, the knob independently jumps out and blocks again

Assembly instructions:
• with a six-edger spanner (5mm) take out the screw 1 and loose the screw 2
• push the bolt lock between door and doorhandle (3)
• finaly, tighten the screws again
• stick to the window the label (5)

Important instructions for use (HEOSafe Fiat Ducato 230/244 )

After you install, close slowly the door and take care that the front part of HEOSafe pass without problems from the gum seal of the door.
If the interval between HEOSafe and the frame of the door (pillar B) very slightly is, it could happen that the gum seal between HEOSafe and the frame of the door to be jammed. This leads to damage of the gum seal. If not, then check if the seal is good installed. If the seal is good installed, then pull down from the frame of the door and take a pair of tongs and band the metal edge slowly out wards (in area HEOSafe). From this operation, the seal is moving back. If the bolt didn?t close, or the distance between the bolt and the pillar B is too big, adjust the door.

If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

For further information of how to return your item, please visit the "Returning an Unwanted/Faulty/Damaged Item" section on our Help Page.
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