Q: Q: How do I recline the front seats?

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How do I recline the front seats?

It only takes a few seconds to recline the front seats. To do so, first locate the recline lever on the outboard side of the seat. Then, pull the lever, and push the seat into the desired reclining position. Release the lever and make sure that the seat is firmly locked in place.

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