Q: How do I lock and unlock the doors with the power locks?

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How do I lock and unlock the doors with the power locks?

Your doors can be locked or unlocked with the power door locks. The Power Door Lock switches are located on the inside of both front doors. Press the Lock button to lock all the doors, or press the Unlock button to unlock all of the doors.

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