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Lincoln Aviator: Locking and Unlocking / Locking and Unlocking the Doors from Inside

Lincoln Aviator. Locking and Unlocking the Doors from Inside

  1. Unlock.
  2. Lock.

Locking the Doors

Press the lock switch on the door interior trim panel. The doors can no longer be released using the exterior door handle switches and the luggage compartment locks.

Unlocking the Doors

Press the unlock switch on the door interior trim panel. The doors can then be released using the exterior door handle switches.

    Remote Control

    You can use the remote control at any time. When you press the lock button on the remote control, all exterior door handle switches do not release the doors...

    Locking the Doors from the Luggage Compartment

    Press the lock switch on the liftgate on the left-hand side. The doors can no longer be released using the exterior door handle switches and the luggage compartment locks...

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