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Q: How do I adjust the brightness of the instrument panel?

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How do I adjust the brightness of the instrument panel?

A: The brightness of the instrument panel can ...

The brightness of the instrument panel can be adjusted to your liking. To adjust the brightness, locate the instrument panel light control, which is on the bottom right side of the instrument panel. Rotate the control clockwise to brighten the instrument panel, or counterclockwise to dim it.

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