Q: How do I engage the childproof locks?

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How do I engage the childproof locks?

Your truck comes with childproof locks that aids in keeping children safe. When on, these locks keep the back doors from being opened on the inside. To engage the childproof locks.

  1. Locate the childproof locks next to each back door.

  2. Use your key to turn the lock.

  3. Turn it horizontally to lock the doors and vertically to unlock the doors.

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