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Q: How do I use the power lock doors?

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How do I use the power lock doors?

The power lock doors allow you to lock and unlock the doors from inside the vehicle. To unlock all of the doors, press the unlock button, which looks like an opened padlock. To lock all of the doors, press the lock button, which looks like a closed padlock. The power lock buttons are located on the instrument panel.

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