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Q: How do I refuel?

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How do I refuel?

A: Your truck is equipped with the Easy Fuel s...

Your truck is equipped with the Easy Fuel system. This makes refueling your vehicle an easy process. To refuel your vehicle.

  1. Turn the vehicle off.

  2. Open fuel filler door.

  3. Slowly insert the fuel pump nozzle into the Easy Fuel system.

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