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Q: How do you lock the glove box?

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How do you lock the glove box?

A: Securing your glove box is important. You c...

Securing your glove box is important. You can easily lock the glove box with your master key. Just insert the key into the lock on the handle and turn it to the right. To unlock the glove box, turn the key to the left. Pull the handle outward to open the glove box.

Tip

Only the master keys will lock and unlock the glove box. The valet key will not.

Never drive with the glove box open, as it can injure a passenger in the front seat during an accident.

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