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Q: How do I use the seat heaters?

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How do I use the seat heaters?

A: The front seats have seat heaters that allo...

The front seats have seat heaters that allow your seats to be heated while you drive. The seats are controlled by the heated seat switches, which are on the center console. Press the LO button on the switch to heat the respective seat at a low setting, and press the HI button to heat the seat at a high setting. When in the low setting, the seat will stay heated continuously. When in the high setting, the heater will turn on and off. Tip The driver’s seat has heaters in both the seat cushion and seat-back, while the front passenger seat only has a heater in the seat cushion.

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