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Q: How do I lock and unlock the doors with the key

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How do I lock and unlock the doors with the key

You can lock and unlock all of the doors in your vehicle with the key. To lock the doors, insert the key into the lock on the driver’s door, and rotate the key counterclockwise until you hear the doors lock. This will lock all of the doors, as well as the trunk. To unlock the doors, rotate the key clockwise until you hear the door unlock. This will unlock the driver’s door. Rotate the key a second time within five seconds and all of the doors, as well as the trunk, will unlock.

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