Q: Q: How can I adjust the steering wheel?

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How can I adjust the steering wheel?

You can adjust the position of the steering wheel to make it more comfortable to drive, especially on long trips.

  1. Push the lever under the steering wheel down as you hold the wheel.

  2. Move the steering wheel vertically or horizontally to find the ideal position for your arms.

  3. Pull the lever back up to keep the steering wheel in the new position.

Tip

Attempt to move the steering wheel after it’s been adjusted to make sure it’s locked in place.

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