Q: How do I use the car finder feature?

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How do I use the car finder feature?

The car finder feature is useful when you can’t find your vehicle, such as when it is in a crowded parking garage, or it is dark out. To use the car finder feature, press the Lock button twice on the remote entry transmitter, which will cause the horn to honk and the turn signals to flash.

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