Q: How do I turn on the hill descent feature?

asked by on January 19, 2016

How do I turn on the hill descent feature?

The hill descent feature helps control your transmission and brakes when you are going down a hill. To use the feature, press the Hill Descent button, which is on the terrain management control. You can increase the dill descent speed by accelerating to the desired speed, or decrease the speed by braking to the desired speed.

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