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Q: How do I adjust the pedals?

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How do I adjust the pedals?

For your comfort, the pedals in your truck can be adjusted. This should only be done when the vehicle is in park. To adjust the pedals.

  1. Locate the Pedal control on the left side of the steering column.

  2. Press and hold the Left and Right arrow buttons to adjust the pedals to and from.

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