Q: How do I lock the doors with the wireless remote control

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How do I lock the doors with the wireless remote control

Your vehicle can be locked with the wireless remote control system, so that you don’t have to use a key. To lock the doors, press the lock button (an image of a closed padlock) on your wireless remote, when within range of the vehicle. Pressing this button once will lock all of the doors, and the trunk. A buzzer will sound, and the emergency lights will flash once to confirm that the doors have been locked.

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