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Q: How do I use speed control?

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How do I use speed control?

Cruise Control comes in handy when you are driving long distances in your truck. Cruise Control will keep your speed level without you having to keep your foot on the pedal. To use Speed Control.

  1. Accelerate to the speed you wish to stay at.

  2. Press the On/Off button to turn Cruise Control on.

  3. Press –SET+ to set your speed.

  4. Press – or + to decrease or increase your speed.

  5. Press the CNCL/RSM button to cancel Cruise Control without turning it off or resume your last set speed.

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