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Q: How do I adjust the electric side view mirrors?

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How do I adjust the electric side view mirrors?

The side view mirrors provide important visibility to you when you are driving. Before driving, you should always adjust the side view mirrors so that you have maximum visibility. The electric side view mirrors are controlled with the Mirror switch, which is on the inside of the driver’s door. Move the switch to L (Left), or R (Right), to choose which mirror you would like to adjust, then use the adjustment control pad to set the angle of the mirror. Repeat this process with the other mirror, then move the Mirror switch to the center position.

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