Q: How do I disable the Easy Entry feature?

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How do I disable the Easy Entry feature?

For your comfort when entering and exiting your vehicle, your truck comes with a feature called Easy Entry. This feature will automatically move the driver’s seat back a few inches when you are getting in or out of the truck. To disable the Easy Entry feature.

  1. Press the Setup button until you see Easy Entry appear on the screen.

  2. Press the Reset button to turn off this feature.

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