Q: How do I control the map light?

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How do I control the map light?

The map light provides a small amount of light over the front seats for when you need extra interior lighting. The map light has three settings: Off (light will stay off until you change the setting), On (light will stay on until you change the setting), and Door (light will come on when you open a door, and turn off when you close all the doors). Move the Map Light switch (located on the overhead console) to the position that you wish to use.

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