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Q: How do I set the cruise control speed?

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How do I set the cruise control speed?

A: Setting the cruise control speed is easy: ...

Setting the cruise control speed is easy:

  1. Turn on the cruise control, by pressing the On/Off button on the left side of the steering wheel.

  2. Accelerate to the desired cruise control speed.

  3. Rotate the steering wheel-based thumbwheel down towards SET/-, and then release.

  4. Remove your foot from the accelerator.

The cruise control is now set.

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