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Q: How do I lock the tailgate?

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How do I lock the tailgate?

A: Locking the tailgate makes it so that your ...

Locking the tailgate makes it so that your tailgate cannot be opened. To lock the tailgate, insert your vehicle’s keys into the lock on the tailgate, and turn.

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