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Q: How do I manually adjust the side mirrors?

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How do I manually adjust the side mirrors?

A: The manually adjusted side mirrors are cont...

The manually adjusted side mirrors are controlled by levers in the car’s cabin. On the inside of each front door, directly next to the side mirror, is a control level that corresponds to that mirror. Move the control level to adjust the angle of the side mirror.

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