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Q: How do I use the Lock knobs to lock the doors?

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How do I use the Lock knobs to lock the doors?

Each door has an individual Lock knob directly above the door handle. Push this knob towards the front of the vehicle to lock that door, or push it towards the back of the vehicle to unlock that door.

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