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How do I use the turn signals?
Turn signals are an important safety feature that alerts surrounding drivers when you are planning to turn. To signal a right turn, pull the turn signal lever (located on the left side of the steering column) up to the second detent, where it will lock into place. To signal a left turn, push the lever down to the second detent, where it will lock into place. A blinking arrow will illuminate on your instrument panel to confirm that the turn signal is on. After making the turn, your turn signal should naturally turn off and return to its original position. If it doesn’t, manually return the lever to the center position. Tips Not only are turn signals important safety features, but their use is legally required.
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