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I have just got a 2003 Turbo, very clean and full service history.

One problem though, the switch on the drivers side door to control the child safety in the rear (doors & windows), doesn't seem to work, the light on the switch goes on only when it is depressed, then nothing. Holding the switch down, you can still operate the rear windows & locking.

Has anyone else had this problem?

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It should block operation of the rear window switches in the rear doors but you can control them still from the drivers main switch panel. There is a separate mechanical lock out procedure for the door latches.

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The problem is that the drivers switch wont block the rear window switches in the rear doors, Is there a relay or something that controls this that I can check?

I know that there is the usual mechanical lock to prevent the children opening the door from inside, this I have already done.

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Try unplugging the switch and plugging it in? I had the passenger door window switch not work but would work from the drivers side. After replacing the switch, nothing, I finally pulled the door panel off and found the main electrical harness was loose and as soon as I plugged it in everything worked. My guess slamming the door shut loosened the harness.

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