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Q: How do I manually adjust the seats?

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How do I manually adjust the seats?

If your car has manually adjusting seats, follow these easy steps for moving the seat forward or backward.

  1. Pull the handle of the manual adjustment, which is located below your seat, at the front.

  2. Scoot your seat forward or backward, to your desired location.

  3. Release the manual adjustment handle.

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