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Q: How do I adjust the cruise control speed?

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How do I adjust the cruise control speed?

A: Once the cruise control is set, you can adj...

Once the cruise control is set, you can adjust the speed very easily. To increase the cruise control speed, pull up on the cruise control lever. To decrease the speed, pull down on the cruise control lever. If you briefly move the lever in either direction, the speed will adjust by 1 mph. If you hold the lever in either direction, the speed will continuously adjust until you release the lever.

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