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Q: How do I find the rear cup holders?

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How do I find the rear cup holders?

If your car is equipped with a rear center armrest, then your rear cup holders are in the armrest. The rear center armrest is in the middle of the rear seat backs. Pull the center armrest down towards the seats, and you will reveal the rear cup holders.

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