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Q: How do I use the flash-to-pass feature in a 2012 Ford Explorer?

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How do I use the flash-to-pass feature?

A: The flash-to-pass feature flashes your high...

The flash-to-pass feature flashes your high beams headlights briefly. To use this feature, pull the Turn Signal lever towards you slightly, and quickly release.
Tip This feature can be used even when the headlights are not on.

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