Q: How do you use the power door locks?

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How do you use the power door locks?

Power locks are convenient, and the master lock control on the driver side allows you to lock and unlock all the doors in the car. Here’s how to use it:

  • Press the end of the switch with the closed lock icon to lock all the doors.

  • Press the end of the switch with the open lock icon to unlock all the doors.

Tip

Individual doors can be controlled from their locks. The driver door lock switch is the only one that controls all the locks in the car.

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