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Q: How do I use the key to unlock the doors?

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How do I use the key to unlock the doors?

Unlocking your vehicle with a mechanical key is simple. All you have to do in insert the key into one of the key locks (located on both front door handles), and turn clockwise until you hear the doors unlock. If you unlock via the passenger door handle, then all of the doors will unlock on the first turn of the key. If you unlock via the driver’s door handle, then the first turn of the key will unlock the driver’s door, and the second turn will unlock all of the doors.

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