Q: How do I enable/disable the power door lock switch?

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How do I enable/disable the power door lock switch?

The power door lock Switch allows you to lock the doors from the inside of your truck. To enable or disable the power door lock switch, make sure all of the doors are shut. From there, to enable or disable the power door lock switch.

  1. Turn the vehicle on.

  2. Press the left side of the power door lock switch to unlock the door three times.

  3. Turn the vehicle off.

  4. Repeat step 2.

  5. Turn the vehicle on.

  6. Press the unlock button then the lock button.

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