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Q: How do I manually adjust the seat?

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How do I manually adjust the seat?

A: The driver and the passenger seat can both ...

The driver and the passenger seat can both be adjusted. If you have the manual seat adjuster, follow these steps: 1. Lift up on the seat adjuster handle, which is located at the front of the seat. 2. While holding the handle, push the seat forward or backward into the desired position. 3. Release the handle to lock the seat into place. 4. Attempt to move the seat to make sure that it is securely fastened. Tip You should always adjust the seat before driving your vehicle, so that it is easy and comfortable for you to access the pedals.

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