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Q: How do I use the rear seat warmers?

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How do I use the rear seat warmers?

A: The rear seat warmers are controlled by the...

The rear seat warmers are controlled by the Rear Seat warmer switches, which are on the inside of both rear doors. To use a rear seat warmer, press the corresponding switch. Press the switch again to turn off the warmers.

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