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Q: How do I manually adjust the front seats?

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How do I manually adjust the front seats?

The manual front seats can be adjusted in a variety of ways: 1. The seats can be adjusted horizontally by pulling up on the bar underneath the seat and pushing the seat forward or backward. After adjusting the seat, release the lever, and try to move the seat to make sure that it is securely locked into place. 2. The angle of the seat-backs can be adjusted by pulling on the lever at the rear side of the seat, and pushing the seat-back forward or backwards. After adjusting the seat, release the lever and attempt to move the seat-back to confirm that it is locked in place. 3. The driver’s seat can also have the height adjusted by pulling up or pushing down on the lever at the front side of the seat.

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