Door Locks

To lock or unlock a door manually:

Sedan and Wagon Base Model

From the inside, use the door lock knob on the top of doors.

Sedan and Wagon Uplevel Model

From the inside, for a front door pull the door handle. Pulling the door handle again unlatches the door.

For a rear door use the door lock knob on the top of the door.

Coupe Model

To open a door from the inside, press the door latch button, or pull the manual door release handle on the driver side floor. See Door Locks (Coupe) or Door Locks (Sedan and Wagon).

Sedan and Wagon Model

From the outside, turn the key toward the front or rear of the vehicle, or press on or the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) on the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter. See Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Keyless Access) or Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Key Access).

Coupe Model

From the outside, use the key to unlock the trunk then pull the manual door release handle, or press on the or RKE transmitter. See Door Locks on the RKE transmitter. See Door Locks (Coupe) or Door Locks (Sedan and Wagon) and Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Keyless Access) or Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System Operation (Key Access).

Power Door Locks

Sedan/Wagon Shown, Coupe Similar
Sedan/Wagon Shown, Coupe Similar

: Press to unlock the doors. : Press to lock the doors.

See Power Door Locks. : Press to unlock the doors.

See Power Door Locks.

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