Q: How do I use the power sockets?

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How do I use the power sockets?

The power sockets allow you to power certain electronic devices. Your vehicle can have two power sockets: one in the center console panel, and one in the center console compartment. To use the power sockets, pull off the covers and plug in your devices. The sockets will only work when the ignition is turned to ACC or On. Tip The power being supplied by the power sockets should not exceed 120 watts.

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