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Q: How do I use hill start assist?

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How do I use hill start assist?

A: Your truck is equipped with Hill Start Assi...

Your truck is equipped with Hill Start Assist. Hill Start Assist keeps your vehicle from moving when stopped on a hill. To use Hill Start Assist.

  1. Keep the brake pedal pressed to activate Hill Start Assist.

  2. Hill Start Assist will keep the vehicle from rolling while you move your foot from brake to gas.

  3. Drive off normally.

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