Q: Q: How do I adjust the height of the seat belts?

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How do I adjust the height of the seat belts?

The seat belts in your truck are adjustable. For your comfort, you can move the height of the seat belt up and down. To adjust the height of the seat belts.

  1. Pull the center button.

  2. Slide the height adjuster up or down to the position you want it in.

  3. Let go of the center button.

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