Q: How do I decrease the cruise control speed?

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How do I decrease the cruise control speed?

Once the cruise control is set, you can decrease the speed of operation in two ways: 1. Push and hold the Set- button. The car will decelerate while you hold the button, and you can release the button whenever you reach the desired speed. 2. Press and release the Set- button. This will decrease the cruise control speed by 1 MPH.

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