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Q: How do I set the foot-operated parking brake?

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How do I set the foot-operated parking brake?

A: The foot-operated parking brake sits to the...

The foot-operated parking brake sits to the left of the driver’s leg space, and resembles your standard brake pedal. When you park your vehicle, press down on the foot-operated parking brake firmly with your foot; this will set the parking brake.

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