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Q: How do I use the safety locks?

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How do I use the safety locks?

A: The safety locks are a key safety feature t...

The safety locks are a key safety feature that helps keep your passengers safe. When the safety locks are activated, the rear doors cannot be opened from the inside. To turn on the safety locks, press the safety lock button, which is located at the bottom of the driver door control panel, directly beneath the power window switches. When the safety locks are activated, an LED light next to the button will be illuminated. To turn off the safety locks, press the safety lock button a second time; the LED light will turn off to confirm that the safety locks are no longer active.

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