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Q: How do you lock the doors with the inside lock knob?

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How do you lock the doors with the inside lock knob?

A: There are several different ways that you c...

There are several different ways that you can lock and unlock your car doors. One of the simplest is to use the lock knob. It’s built into the door handle on each door and works like this:

  1. Flip the lock knob forward to lock the door.

  2. Flip the lock knob backward to unlock the door.

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