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Q: How do I turn on the heated seats?

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How do I turn on the heated seats?

A: The heated seats are a luxury feature that ...

The heated seats are a luxury feature that heat the front seats. This provides maximum comfort for the driver and the front passenger. To turn on the heated seats, press the heated seat button, which is a picture of a seat. There are two of these buttons, and each are located on the center console. The button on the driver’s side of the console controls the heat for the driver’s seat, while the button on the passenger’s side of the center console controls the heat for the passenger’s seat. Pressing the heated seat button will turn the heated-seats onto their highest setting. Pressing the button a second time will lower the heated seats to their medium setting. Pressing the button a third time will result in the lowest setting. Pressing the button a fourth time will turn off the heated seats. There are three lights next to the heated seat buttons to indicate what setting the heated seats are on.

Tip

The heated seats will only work when the engine is running.

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