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Q: How do I use the USB port?

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How do I use the USB port?

You can connect USB devices (such as iPods and flash drives) to your vehicle via the USB port. To do so, first unclip the USB connector from the port on the center console, and then loose the USB adapter cable. Finally, plug the cable from the device into the USB connector.

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