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Q: How do I program MyKey?

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How do I program MyKey?

The MyKey feature can be programmed to restrict certain driving functions. Functions like max speed max volume promote safe driving. To program MyKey.

  1. Press the Setup button until you see “Reset for MyKey Settings.”

  2. Press the Reset button.

  3. Press the Setup button to cycle through the programmable options.

  4. Press the Left and Right arrow buttons to select your choice.

  5. Press the Setup button to enter your choice.

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