Q: How do I lock the RamBox side storage units?

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How do I lock the RamBox side storage units?

Locking the side storage units is very easy. Both units are locked and unlocked with the main vehicle key; simply insert the key into the storage unit lock, and twist it to unlock or to lock.

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