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Q: How do I use the power outlet?

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How do I use the power outlet?

A: The power outlet is located at the base of ...

The power outlet is located at the base of the center console, in front of the shifter. When the car is in ACC or On, the outlet can be used to power a 12 V appliance that runs on less than 10 A. To use the outlet, simply remove the lid and plug in the appliance.

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