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Q: How do I control the turn signals?

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How do I control the turn signals?

A: Behind the steering wheel, on the left side...

Behind the steering wheel, on the left side, there is a lever that controls the turn signals, windshield wipers, and high-beams. To use the turn signals, this lever can be moved up or down. Moving the lever up will turn on the right turn signal, while moving it down turns on the left turn signal.

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In most situations, the turn signals will switch off as soon as the truck has stopped turning. If the signal is on for ¾ of a mile, a chime will alert the driver.

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