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Q: How do I perform a system check?

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How do I perform a system check?

A: When you use the system check feature, the ...

When you use the system check feature, the vehicle will display all the current systems that should be serviced. To view the system check, simply use the buttons on the steering wheel to select System Check on the instrument panel.

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