Q: How do I use the keyless ignition?

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How do I use the keyless ignition?

The keyless ignition allows you to turn on your vehicle without a key. Using the system is relatively simple:

  1. Place the keyless ignition transmitter in the ignition slot.
  2. Press the keyless ignition push button to turn the vehicle to Acc/Accessory mode.
  3. Press the keyless ignition push button again to turn the vehicle to On/Run/Start mode.
  4. When you are done driving, press the pushbutton again to turn the vehicle to Off mode.
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