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Q: How do I turn on cruise control?

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How do I turn on cruise control?

Cruise control is a feature that allows your vehicle to operate at a constant speed, without having your foot on the throttle. To turn the system on, press the On/Off switch on the right side of the steering wheel. A Cruise indicator will illuminate on the instrument panel to confirm that the system is on.

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