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Q: How do I lock the doors with the smart key?

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How do I lock the doors with the smart key?

A: The smart key allows you to lock the doors ...

The smart key allows you to lock the doors without actually using your key. Here’s how to use the smart key for locking the doors. 1. Make sure the smart key is on your person, such as in your pocket.
2. Close all of the doors. 3. Press the button on either front door handle. The chime will sound, and the hazard lights will flash, to confirm that the vehicle is locked.

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