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Q: How do I lock or unlock the doors from inside the truck?

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How do I lock or unlock the doors from inside the truck?

On the front doors, there will be a switch with two symbols on it, a closed lock and an open lock. The closed lock will lock all of the doors and the open lock will unlock all of the doors.

  • If the vehicle has basic trim, the switch will be vertically oriented and will be located on the armrest on the driver’s door.

  • If the vehicle has premium trim, then the switch will be horizontally oriented and will be located on the armrest, at the bottom of a cluster of switches.

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