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Q: How do you adjust the cruise control speed?

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How do you adjust the cruise control speed?

A: Once you set the cruising speed in your car...

Once you set the cruising speed in your car, you can adjust it up or down depending on your needs. There are several ways to do this:

  1. Press the +/resume button to speed up

  2. Tap the +/resume button to speed up only a little

  3. To decrease your speed, push the -/set button

  4. Tap the -/set button to decrease your speed only a little

Tip

If you hit the brakes and turn off the cruise control, you can press the resume button and the car will return to its previous programmed speed (as long as the cruise control system is still active).

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