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Q: How do I resume the speed control?

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How do I resume the speed control?

If your speed control has been canceled, but is still turned on, then you can resume the previous speed setting very easily. Simply press the Resume button on the steering wheel, and the vehicle will automatically accelerate to the previous speed control setting.

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