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Q: How do I use the front reading lights?

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How do I use the front reading lights?

The front reading lights are available so that you can have light in the cabin of your vehicle even when it is dark out. They also double as the courtesy lights when your car is unlocked. The front reading lights are located on the overhead console. Each light has a button; to turn the light on, press the button. To turn the light off, press the button a second time.

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