Q: How do I use the power locks?

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How do I use the power locks?

There are three sets of power door lock and unlock buttons inside of the vehicle: one on each of the front door panels, and one in the middle of the instrument panel. To unlock the doors, press any of the unlock buttons. To lock the doors, press any of the lock buttons. Tip If you press the power door lock button when a door of the vehicle is open, the car will wait until the door closes, wait five seconds, and then lock the doors.

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