Our 2007 Ford Focus door lock will not lock, how do you permanently lock it, until you can get it fixed?

Asked by Aug 19, 2016 at 09:39 AM about the 2007 Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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1,475

You mean the electronic locks don't work or the mechanical locks have failed?

The right back door does not lock.

1,475

Ok lets try it this way... When you press the lock button the door doesn't lovk or unlock, right? Have you tried to lock the door from the inside- the door has a lock mechanism slightly above the door latch.

It does not work electronically or manually.

1,475

You would have to go inside of the door to figure out why the manual lock isn't working. Since it doesn't manually lock there's nothing you can do

67,505

There's a rod that goes from the manual lock button down to the door latch. It's fallen off. You'll have to remove the door panel to get to it. You really don't want to have the door locked permanently as this can be a safety issue. In a collision you'll want everyone to be able to get out of the car!! HTH. -Jim

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