The most likely cause is the brake light switch has failed check if the brake lights are working.
The only way to remove the keys locked in a Mercedes C200 2010 is to take the backseat out or call a locksmith.
you can call it a locked mode.
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On to of the fridgerator where you left them stupid!
Fuel door is locked when car locked, push on the forward part of door, the aft side will pop out.
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Unfortunately I know the answer to this, contact dealership and order another key.
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you can't once it is locked.
make sure the luggage guard is locked in place in the trunk
Check my answer for 1985 380se with the same problem. Steven
it works on the vacuum of the engine; when you reach a certain speed the seats will be locked
You just push on it to open it. If the car is locked, the gas door will be locked also. The car needs to be unlocked in order to open the gas filler door.
Locked and cocked is a term usually associated with a firearm, although it is usually said "Cocked and Locked". This refers to arming the firearm, that is the gun has a bullet chambered and the hammer is cocked and the gun will fire if the trigger is pulled. Locked means the safety is engaged. Cocked, locked and ready to rock is a longer version of the phrase. It just means you are ready. You are fully prepared to do what needs to be done.
i believe its a automatic friction lock if u don't have manual locking hubs
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The gas cover is sometimes locked when the trunk locks. Therefore, unlock the trunk and the gas cover will be unlocked..
get into the passenger part of the car and then remove the rear seats or call the AA
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