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Q: How do I control the ceiling light?

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How do I control the ceiling light?

The ceiling light is a bright interior light that can help you when you are entering or exiting the vehicle, or when you’re looking for something in the cabin. To use the ceiling light, turn the Ceiling Light switch (attached to the ceiling light), to one of the three settings: Off (light will stay off until you change the setting), On (light will stay on until you change the setting), or Door (light will come on when you open a door, and turn off when the doors are closed).

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