Q: How do I adjust the center console armrest?

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How do I adjust the center console armrest?

The lid of the center console storage unit doubles as an armrest for the two front seats. This armrest can slide forward to better accommodate the driver or passenger arms. To adjust the center console armrest, pull up on the latch at the front of the armrest, and then slide the armrest forward or backward into the desired position.

Tip

The armrest must be returned to its initial position (all the way back) in order for the center console storage unit to be accessed.

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