Q: Q: How do I use the coat hook?

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How do I use the coat hook?

Your car has a coat hook that you can use for hanging clothes. The hook is located on the grab handle above the left rear door. To access the coat hook, manually pull it down. The coat hook will fold back up when you are done using it.

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