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Q: How do I unlock the car with the Intelligent Access (IA) key?

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How do I unlock the car with the Intelligent Access (IA) key?

The Intelligent Access (IA) key allows you to unlock your vehicle without using the key. As long as the IA key is on your person, you will be able to unlock the vehicle simply by pulling on one of the front door handles.

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