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Q: How do I operate the rear heated seat?

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How do I operate the rear heated seat?

For passenger comfort, your truck is equipped with rear heated seats. These seats have two levels are warming for optimum comfort. To operate the rear heated seats.

  1. Press the right side of the rear heated seat control for maximum heat.

  2. Press the left side of the rear heated seat control for minimum heat.

  3. Press either side a second time to turn the heated seats off.

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