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Q: How do I turn on the heated front seats?

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How do I turn on the heated front seats?

A: The heated front seats are controlled by th...

The heated front seats are controlled by the climate control system. There are two heated seat buttons on the climate controls: one for the driver seat, and one for the passenger seat. To turn on the heated seats, press the heated seat button that is nearest the seat you want to heat. When you press the button once, the seats will turn on to their highest setting. When you press the button a second time, the heated seats will lower to the medium setting. A third press of the button lowers the heated seats to their lowest setting. A fourth press of the button turns off the heated seats. Three lights next to the heated seat button can illuminate to let you know what setting the heated seats are on.

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