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How do I adjust the power mirrors?
Before you turn on your vehicle, you should adjust the power mirrors. The power mirrors give you visibility of your surroundings, and greatly increase your safety. It’s very easy to adjust the power mirrors: 1. Locate the power mirror controls, which are on the driver door panel, directly above the power windows. 2. Select L (Left) or R (Right) with the power mirror selector switch. This will select one of the side mirrors to adjust. 3. Use the power mirror control pad arrows to adjust the angle and tilt of the selected mirror. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with the other side mirror. 5. Turn the power mirror selector switch to the middle position.
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