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No, not the Louis Balfour type of Jazz ("Jazz? Mmm, Nice"), the Honda type. Does anyone know why they have two locks on the driver's door? I saw one in a car park yesterday and my curiosity was aroused. I passed a couple more on the way home and they were the same (see pic). Over to you, my learned chums!
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@Minceybelieve the one on the handle is the ‘keyless’ button while the one lower on the door is the backup where you can fit an old school key.

It’s a very unusual design these days, and looks to be gone from the new version replaced by the more normal ‘hidden’ emergency lock. 

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Correct.

The button on the handle is the keyless locking. The key slot below is for the real key if the keyless does not work. Eg flat Battery. Keyless unlocking is the inside of the door handle as per Lexus.

Wife has a Jazz.

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