Q: How do I use the seat heaters?

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How do I use the seat heaters?

A: The seat heaters can heat the two front sea...

The seat heaters can heat the two front seats to provide added comfort. The heaters are controlled by the seat heater buttons, which are located just below the climate controls. Press the L (Left) button to turn on the driver’s seat heater, or press the R (Right) button to turn on the front passenger’s seat heater. When the heaters are on, an indicator light on the switch will illuminate.

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