Q: Q: How do I resume cruise control?

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How do I resume cruise control?

If the cruise control has been canceled, it can easily be resumed. When you resume the cruise control, the vehicle will automatically accelerate to the set speed. To resume, simply pull up on the cruise control lever.

Tip

This feature is only available when you are driving at more than 25 mph.

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