Q: How do I adjust the four-way power driver seat?

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How do I adjust the four-way power driver seat?

The four-way power driver seat is very easy to adjust: 1. Manually move the seat forward or backward by lifting on the seat adjustment handle at the front of the seat, moving the seat forwards or backwards, and releasing the handle. 2. Locate the power seat adjustment control on the outboard side of the seat. Lift the control if to raise the seat, or push the control down to lower the seat. 3. Locate the lumbar support switch on the outboard side of the seat. Press the front of the switch to increase the lumbar support, and press the back of the switch to decrease the lumbar support.

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