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Q: How do I use the vehicle locator?

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How do I use the vehicle locator?

A: The vehicle locator is a feature on the rem...

The vehicle locator is a feature on the remote keyless entry (RKE) transmitter that helps you find your car. This feature is very handy at night, or when you’re parked in a large parking area. To use the vehicle locator, press and quickly release the panic button on the RKE transmitter. Your vehicle’s lights will flash, and the horn will honk, to let you know exactly where your car is.

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