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Q: How do I adjust the side view mirrors?

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How do I adjust the side view mirrors?

The side view mirrors provide extra visibility for a driver. Before driving, you should always adjust your side view mirrors so that they are in the ideal location to aid your visibility. Adjusting the mirrors is easy: 1. Locate the Mirror Control switch, which is on the left side of the instrument panel. 2. Rotate the switch to the L (Left) or the R (Right), to choose a mirror to adjust. 3. Use the Mirror Control switch to adjust the mirror up or down, and side to side. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with the other mirror. 5. Return the switch to the center position. Tips The car must be in ACC or IN in order to adjust the side mirrors.

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