Q: How do I lock the doors?

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How do I lock the doors?

To protect your truck, the doors may be locked. This not only protects your vehicle, but your belongings as well. To lock the doors.

  1. Locate the power door lock Switch on the door of your vehicle.

  2. Press the left side to unlock all of the doors.

  3. Press the right side to lock all of the doors.

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