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How do you adjust the power front seat?
Depending on the trim level of your car, you may have a power front seat rather than a manual seat. This offers more customization in terms of seating position, as well as less effort required to adjust the seat. Here’s how to work it:
Locate the Oblong control on the side of the seat.
Lift the front to tilt the front of the seat up.
Lift the back to raise the back of the seat.
Slide it forward or back to move the seat forward or back.
Lift or lower the middle to raise or lower the entire seat.
Use the back recline control to adjust the seatback position (tilt it forward or backward as needed).
Press the Power Lumbar control to adjust the lumbar support in the back of the seat.
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