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Q: How do I use the power reclining seatbacks?

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How do I use the power reclining seatbacks?

A: It is very easy to use the power reclining ...

It is very easy to use the power reclining seatbacks to recline the seat to an ideal position.: 1. Locate the power recline control switch, which is on the outboard side of the seat, next to the power seat controls. 2. Tilt the power recline control switch backward to recline the seat, or forward to raise the seat.

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