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Q: How do I adjust the foot pedals?

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How do I adjust the foot pedals?

A: The throttle and brake pedals can be adjust...

The throttle and brake pedals can be adjusted to your desired setting via the Power Foot Pedal switch, which on the left side of the steering column. Press and hold the front of this switch to push the pedals away from you, or press and hold the rear of this switch to push the pedals towards you.

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