Q: How do I adjust the pedals?

asked by on December 11, 2015

How do I adjust the pedals?

Each of your pedals (two if you have an automatic transmission, three if you have a manual) can adjust so that they sit at the ideal level for your feet. Adjusting your pedals requires a few simple steps.

  1. Locate the adjustable pedal switch, which is on the left side of the steering column, in between the multifunction lever and the steering wheel tilt lever.

  2. Slide the adjustable pedal switch, which moves the pedals closer to you or farther away. Stop when the pedals are at the right spot.

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