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Q: How do I use the lane change signal?

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How do I use the lane change signal?

A: To signal right lane change, lightly pull u...

To signal right lane change, lightly pull up on the turn signal lever (located on the left side of the steering wheel), and release the lever when you wish to stop signaling the lane change. To signal a left lane change, push down on the lever until you wish to stop signaling the lane change.

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