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Q: How do the child locks work?

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How do the child locks work?

It’s important for anyone traveling with Children to ensure their safety at all times. Your car offers child locks on the rear two doors so that little ones can’t accidentally open the door. To use the child locks, follow these steps:

  1. Open a rear door.

  2. Locate the child lock switch on the inner edge of the door.

  3. Move the switch to the lock position to engage the child lock (or unlock to release them).

  4. Closing the door locks it (it won’t open from the inside, only from the outside).

  5. Repeat for the other door.

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