Q: How do I reduce the cruise control speed?

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How do I reduce the cruise control speed?

When in cruise control, you can reduce the speed by rotating the steering wheel-based thumbwheel downwards, towards Set/-. Release the thumbwheel when you have reached your desired speed.

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