Q: How do I use the tow feature?

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How do I use the tow feature?

The tow feature is turned on by pressing the Tow switch on the instrument panel, at which point the Tow/Haul light will illuminate. Press the Tow switch a second time to turn the feature off. Tip Never use the tow feature in icy weather.

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