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Q: How do I use the heated seats?

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How do I use the heated seats?

The front seats have a heated seat feature, which heats the seats to keep you warm during cold days. Operating the heated seats is very easy: 1. Make sure the vehicle is turned on. 2. Locate the Heated Seat buttons, which are on the center console. The button closest to the driver controls the driver’s seat, while the button closest to the passenger controls the passenger’s seat. 3. Press the HI (High) or LO (Low) part of either Heated Seat button to turn the heated seat on. An indicator will illuminate to confirm that the heated seat is on. 4. When you wish to turn off the heated seat, return the button to its original position.

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