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Q: How do I recline the rear seats?

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How do I recline the rear seats?

It is very easy to recline the rear seats, if your vehicle is equipped with this feature. To do so, follow these easy steps.

  1. Locate the recliner handle, which is on the side of the rear seats.

  2. Pull the recliner handle all the way up.

  3. Lean back in your seat (or, if you’re not in the seat, push it with your hand), until it is at the desired angle.

  4. Release the recliner handle.

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