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Q: How do I access the rear center armrest?

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How do I access the rear center armrest?

A: The rear center armrest acts as an armrest ...

The rear center armrest acts as an armrest for the rear outbound seats. The armrest is built into the rear center seatback. To access the armrest, pull down on the armrest part of the seatback, until the rear center armrest unfolds and sits flat on top of the seat cushions. To store the rear center armrest, simply fold the armrest back into the center seatback.

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