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Q: How do I disable the Rear Park Aid feature?

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How do I disable the Rear Park Aid feature?

Your truck has a feature called Rear Park Aid to assist you in backing up. This feature makes a noise whenever there is something within close proximity to the rear bumper. This feature is only active when the vehicle is in reverse. To disable the Rear Park Aid feature.

  1. Press the Setup button until Rear Park Aid appears.

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

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