Q: How do I adjust the eight-way power seats?

asked by on January 04, 2016

How do I adjust the eight-way power seats?

The eight-way power seats give you lost of flexibility in how you adjust your seat. Here are the various ways to adjust the eight-way power seats: 1. Locate the power seat adjustment control on the outboard side of the side. Push the control forward to move the seat forward, and push the control backwards to move the seat backwards. 2. Pull the front end of the power seat adjustment control up, or push it down, to raise or lower the front of the seat cushion. Pull the rear end of the control up, or push it down, raise or lower the rear of the seat cushion. 3. Pull up the entire power seat adjustment control, or push it down, to raise or lower the height of the entire seat. 4. Locate the lumbar support switch behind the power seat adjustment control. Press the front of the switch to increase the lumbar support, and press the back of the switch to decrease lumbar support.

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