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Q: How do I use the coin holder?

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How do I use the coin holder?

A: The coin holder can hold several coins for ...

The coin holder can hold several coins for toll booths, paid parking or just for spare change. You pull down the lid to open the door while you press down on the button.

Tip

Don’t open the coin holder until you are stopped and the car is in park.

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