Q: Q: How do I empty the ashtray?

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How do I empty the ashtray?

The ashtray is located directly in front of the shift lever. To access it, pull the lid out to open. The ashtray can then be pulled straight out until it is removed from the vehicle, at which point it can be emptied and reinstalled.

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