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Q: How do I use the tailgate step?

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How do I use the tailgate step?

A: The tailgate step can be used to make the t...

The tailgate step can be used to make the tailgate more accessible. With the step, you are able to get in and out of the tailgate easier. To use the tailgate step.

  1. Pull down the tailgate.

  2. Move the yellow latch to the unlock position.

  3. Turn the center molding and pull the tailgate step out.

  4. Pull out the step panel to make the step wider.

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