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Q: How do I use the power outlets?

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How do I use the power outlets?

A: The power outlets allow you to use electron...

The power outlets allow you to use electronic devices in your vehicle, as long as the car is turned on. Items such as cell phones can be charged with the power outlets. Your car has four power outlets: 1. One directly beneath the CD slot. 2. One inside the center console storage compartment. 3. One at the rear end of the center console storage compartment. 4. One in the rear cargo area. To use these power outlets, simply plug a standard plug into the outlet.

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