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Q: How do I use the engine Start/Stop button?

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How do I use the engine Start/Stop button?

A: The engine Start/Stop button allows you to ...

The engine Start/Stop button allows you to turn on or turn off your vehicle without using a key. To start the engine, simply press the Start/Stop button once. To turn off the vehicle, press the button again. Tip The shifter must be in the P position in order for the vehicle to start.

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