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Q: How do I move the backseat armrests?

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How do I move the backseat armrests?

Your truck has armrests built into the backseat. For the comfort of your backseat passengers, this armrest may be moved around. To move the armrest.

  1. Press the release control.

  2. Move the armrest up or down into the position you want it in.

  3. Pull out the bottom drawer to use the cup holders.

  4. Push the bottom drawer back in when you are done using the cup holders.

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