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Except for vehicles equipped with the central door lock switch

The rear hatch can be locked or unlocked by using the inside lock knob (driver side).

1- Lock

1- Lock
2- Unlock

If the rear hatch is locked or unlocked by using the inside lock knob (driver side), it can still be locked or unlocked with the key.

► Repeated continuous operating between lock and unlock could cause the central Note

► Repeated continuous operating between lock and unlock could cause the central door lock’s built-in protection circuit to prevent the system from operating. If this occurs, wait about 1 minute before operating the inside lock knob.

Vehicles equipped with the central door lock switch

The rear hatch can be locked or unlocked by pushing the central door lock switch (driver’s door).

Note

► Repeated continuous operating between lock and unlock could cause the central Note

► Repeated continuous operating between lock and unlock could cause the central door lock’s built-in protection circuit to prevent the system from operating. If this occurs, wait approximately 1 minute before operating the central door lock switch.

To open

After unlocking the rear hatch, lift the rear hatch.

Note

► If you do not open the rear hatch immediately after pressing the rear hatch Note

► If you do not open the rear hatch immediately after pressing the rear hatch OPEN switch, the rear hatch cannot be lifted.
If this happens, press the rear hatch OPEN switch again and lift the rear hatch.
► The rear hatch cannot be opened when the battery is flat or disconnected.

To close

To close

Pull the rear hatch grip (A) downward as illustrated.

Gently slam the rear hatch from the outside so that it is completely closed. Always ensure the rear hatch is securely closed.

► When closing the rear hatch, always ensure your or other person’s fingers Caution

► When closing the rear hatch, always ensure your or other person’s fingers cannot be caught by the rear hatch.

► Gas struts (B) are installed to support the rear hatch. To prevent damage or Note

► Gas struts (B) are installed to support the rear hatch. To prevent damage or faulty operation.
• Do not hold the gas struts when closing the rear hatch.
• Also, do not push or pull the gas struts.
• Do not attach any plastic material, tape, etc., to the gas struts.
• Do not tie string, etc., around the gas struts.
• Do not hang any object on the gas struts.

Inside rear hatch release

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