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Q: How do I use the standard ignition key?

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How do I use the standard ignition key?

A: Your car comes with either a remote keyless...

Your car comes with either a remote keyless entry (RKE) key fob, or a standard ignition key. The standard ignition key looks like any normal auto or home key, and operates the same way. To unlock your vehicle, insert the key into the lock, and turn.

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