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Q: How do I use the box side step?

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How do I use the box side step?

Your truck has a box side step to help you get in and out of the bed of your truck. This step makes accessing the bed of your truck easier. To use the box side step.

  1. Locate the box side step on the side of your vehicle.

  2. Use your foot to push the button located on the step.

  3. Use your foot to push the Box Side Step under the truck when done.

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