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Q: How do I use the key fob?

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How do I use the key fob?

A: The key fob that comes with your truck will...

The key fob that comes with your truck will allow you to perform many functions from the outside of your vehicle. The key fob will help you lock and unlock your car as well as find it when you can’t remember where you parked. To use the key fob.

  1. Press the Unlock button to unlock the driver’s door.

  2. Press the Unlock button again within 3 seconds to unlock the rest of the doors.

  3. Press the Lock button to lock all of the doors.

  4. Press the Lock button twice to make the car finder horn chirp.

  5. Press the Panic button to start the alarm.

  6. Press the Panic button again to turn off the alarm.

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