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Q: How do you unlock the doors with the Intelligent Key?

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How do you unlock the doors with the Intelligent Key?

Unlocking the doors with the Intelligent Key is simple. You don’t even have to take it out of your pocket. Because the key constantly communicates with the car’s computer, you just need to walk up. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Make sure you have the Intelligent Key.

  2. Approach the car.

  3. Press the door handle request switch.

  4. Watch for the hazard lights to flash one time.

  5. Listen for a single buzzer.

  6. Open the door.

  7. You can push the request switch again within five seconds of the first press to lock all the doors.

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