GMC Terrain: Power Door Locks - Keys and Locks - Keys, Doors, and Windows - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Power Door Locks

There is a power door lock switch on the instrument panel.

There is a power door lock switch on the instrument panel.

There are power door lock switches on the front door panels.

There are power door lock switches on the front door panels.

Q : Press to lock the doors.

K : Press to unlock the doors.

When locking the doors with a power door lock switch and a door or the liftgate is open, the doors will lock five seconds after the last door is closed. Three chimes sound to signal the delayed locking feature is in use.

Pressing the power lock switch twice or Q on the RKE transmitter twice will override the delayed locking feature and immediately lock all doors.

This feature can be programmed. See “Delayed Door Lock” under Vehicle Personalization on page 5‑33.

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